This year will be the 23rd annual Greenwich Concours. Recognized as one of the premier concours in the country and the largest in the Northeast, Greenwich is unique in that it is two concours back-to-back. Saturday is the Concours Americana for American cars and motorcycles, while Sunday is the Concours International for imported marques.
2018 will be a celebration of Briggs Cunningham with a special display of Cunningham production cars and team race cars. As a special tribute, all of the Cunningham cars will be displayed along the waterfront on both Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday will also feature cars of John Fitch, competition motorcycles and a circle of supercars, both American and foreign. With a Saturday ticket, one can also preview the cars for auction in the Bonhams tent.
On Sunday, there will be a special display of Jaguars, with a focus on the prewar SS cars, prewar MGs, and competition motorcycles. Bonhams has been selected by the estate of Carroll Shelby to offer for sale two dozen cars from the personal collection of the late racer and designer. The Bonhams auction begins at noon on Sunday and requires a separate admission – or you can watch through the open side of the tent.
Surrounding the show field will be displays of new cars including BMW, Cadillac, Lincoln, Tesla, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lexus, Acura, Karma, Genovation and Miller Motorcars – with Ferrari, Bugatti, Pagani, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, McLaren, Bentley and Maserati. There are even opportunities to test drive some of these new vehicles. Incredible yachts will also displayed at the Delamar Hotel docks.
Visit greenwichconcours.com for more information.