Concours of Elegance

FRIday 30TH AUGUST – SUNday 1st SEPTEMBER 2024

The Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace brings together a selection of 60 of the rarest cars from around the world – many of which will never have been seen before in the UK.



VIP Area at Concours of Elegance


The exclusive Concours of Elegance Hospitality Enclosure is on the East front lawn of the Palace. A stunning marquee and garden, incorporating a private lounge area, provides guests with a perfect view of the cars. Our fully inclusive Hospitality Enclosure ticket includes: morning tea, coffee and pastries, the Charles Heidsieck Champagne Reception, a 3-course lunch with fine wines, coffee and petit fours, afternoon cream tea, reserved VIP parking and a souvenir catalogue (1 per 2 guests).

Gooding & Company is celebrated for its world-class automotive auctions and unparalleled hospitality in the collector car market, offering a wide range of services including private sales, appraisals, and collection management. In 2022, Gooding & Company sold the most valuable car at auction in the UK at Hampton Court Palace.

Gooding and Company Auction
Gooding and Company Auction
The Chubb Interviews
Chubb Area at Concours of Elegance
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Whether you own a cherished classic car or a large collection of rare supercars, Chubb’s motoring policies set the benchmark for quality insurance cover.


Pre-order a Fortnum & Mason picnic and enjoy lunch in the fabulous gardens of Hampton Court Palace.

Picnic Table
Fortnum and Mason Picnic Basket
Charles Heidsieck Area at Concours of Elegance
Enjoying a Glass of Charles Heidsieck Champagne

For 2024, the Thirty under 30 concours returns, created especially for the next generation of motoring enthusiasts. Any motor car made between 1900 and 1999 is welcome, shining a light on the future of our collective, diverse motoring passions.

Thirty Under 30 Winner on Stage
Thirty Under 30 Award Winner
Junior Concours Winner
Junior Concours Winner


For our smallest motoring enthusiasts, the Concours of Elegance 2024 will once again see the return of twenty spectacular half and three-quarter scale cars nestled among the priceless collection of the world’s rarest and most collectable automobiles.


There is a wide variety of food and drink for visitors to enjoy at the Concours of Elegance. From VIP Hospitality packages and Fortnum & Mason Hampers to the Charles Heidsieck Champagne Bar and Jim and Tonic to espresso coffee and a range of street food vendors.

Pimms at Concours of Elegance
Food and Drink at Concours of Elegance
Frazer Le Mans Coupe
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A category that pays homage to Dorothy Levitt, once known as ‘the fastest girl on earth’. A racer and pioneer born in 1882, Levitt challenged societal norms about the role of women. The Levitt Concours gathers cars of all ages, owned and driven by women.

LATEST NEWS FROM Concours of Elegance


A few more images of the breathtaking, unique 1956 Maserati A6G/54 Zagato Berlinetta that will be on display at our show later this summer. Zagato’s bespoke A6G/54 Berlinettas were all hand-crafted between 1954 and 1957, featuring a shapely and extremely lightweight aluminium body, along with the now distinctive "double-bubble" roof. These elegant aluminium Berlinetta bodies were cloaked over mechanicals that were closely related to the completion cars of the day, offering a compelling cocktail of style and motorsport capability to contemporary buyers. Under the bonnet, the A6G/54 was powered by a 2.0-litre, dual overhead camshaft inline-six engine, derived from Maserati's renowned A6GCS and A6GCM competition cars. Presented by @alangesoehne


The glorious 1957 Ferrari 500 TRC Sports Racer – one of just 17 produced - which starred as part of our Ferrari 75th anniversary celebrations back in 2022. The TRC was developed in 1956 in response to the FIA’s newly issued regulations, replacing its predecessor, the 500 TR. The TRC sported a highly-strung four-cylinder engine, producing 190 bhp from just 2.0-litres of displacement, a remarkably high specific output for the 1950s. The 500 TRC is significant as the very last of the 4-cylinder Ferrari race cars, marking the end of a highly-successful chapter in Ferrari’s storied racing history. Pic: @timscott Presented by @alangesoehne


CONFIRMED for Concours of Elegance 2024: 1954 Cooper Jaguar T33 This car was commissioned by Jaguar works driver and Le Mans winner Peter Whitehead, who wanted a new sports racing car to take on the D-Type and C-Type Jaguars. With a space frame tubular chassis, as well as independent suspension and double wishbones with telescopic dampers all round, it was a very advanced machine for the time. Powered by the venerable 3.4-litre Jaguar XK engine, it was very swift, being some 50kg lighter than the D-type.


CONFIRMED for Concours of Elegance 2024: 1956 Maserati A6G/54 Zagato A spellbinding 1956 Maserati A6G/54 Zagato Berlinetta - one of just 20 such cars produced - has joined the lineup for this year’s show. This exceptionally rare car, a stand-out example of Italian automotive artistry and engineering brilliance, will star alongside over 60 of the world’s most significant motor cars, all drawn from the leading private collections around the globe. Presented by @alangesoehne


CONFIRMED for Concours of Elegance 2024: 1960 Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato This fine example of one of the most desirable classics of all will be on show at Hampton Court later this summer. This is a significant car, just the second DB4 GT Zagato produced. Presented by @alangesoehne

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