Awards & Trophies

2022 will be the UK’s eleventh international Concours competition. 60 of the world’s rarest motor cars, ranging from the very earliest pioneering models to the present day are being brought by the major historic car collectors from around the world to compete for the highly coveted ‘Best of Show’ award.

Uniquely, the ‘Best of Show’ winner is determined by the Owners’ themselves. Each owner has one vote to choose the car, other than their own, which they believe to be the finest motor car entered into the Concours. The trophy will be presented to the winner by HRH Prince Michael of Kent at the Concours Celebration Dinner.

The striking silver Pegasus trophy was painstakingly created by sculptor and artist Robert Rattray over the course of six months. Rattray, internationally renowned for his impressionistic works in both silver and bronze, draws inspiration both from the natural world and his rural roots. His other works include the ‘Windsor Greys’ statue (2014), commissioned to commemorate the Queen’s coronation, and unveiled by monarch herself.

2021 Awards

Best in Show
1934 Avions Voisin Type C-27 Aérosport

1907 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost 40/50 HP

1921 Bamford & Martin Aston Martin A3

1932 Alfa Tipo P3 Tipo B

1948 Delahaye 135M Fixed Head Coupé by Chapron

1950 Ferrari 166 Inter Cabriolet Farina

1961 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato

1970 Porsche 917K Rofgo

1997 Ferrari F50 Berlinetta

The Club Trophy
1972 Fiat Dino Spider 2.4

Vauxhall 30/98

Jaguar Trophy
Jaguar E-type #850026

Bentley Trophy
Bentley MkVI Coupe by Freestone and Webb

The Junior Concours
Jaguar E-type

The Bridge of Weir Design Award
1953 Delahaye 135MS CL Speciale Faget-Varnet

Future Classics
2021 Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus 004S

Classic & Sports Car Club Display Award
Saturday: Maserati 3500 GT

Classic & Sports Car Club Display Award
Sunday: Mercedes 190SL

Best of Show 2021 – Hampton Court Palace

1934 Avions Voisin Type C-27 Aérosport