Our review of the London Concours 2021
It was great that the London Concours 2021 went ahead after the fear of cancellation or postponement due to Covid-19. What an outstanding event and better than ever in my opinion. Well done to all the organisers and people involved to make this such a successful and glorious event.
Some of our favourite photos from the show can be seen above, and all our photos in our London Concours Facebook Album.
We attended on the Tuesday (Media & VIP day) and did our usual walk around the show to give you a flavour of the show if you were unable to make it. Luckily for us the weather was glorious.
The Tuesday was a day intended for Media, VIPs, etc, and it was also the day that the Concours Class winners and show winner were announced.
You can see most of the Concours Class cars as we take a walk around the show (above), but we have more detailed walks around each Concours Class, which you can find here or visit our YouTube channel London Concours Playlist.
The London Concours 2021 was no bigger in size than normal, but there was more food and drink options this year which was good to see. It’s not often I’d mention food and drink, but in previous years there has been a distinct lack of options.
Car of the show as voted by the judging panel was…
1957 Lotus Eleven LM150
My car of the show was…
1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB ‘SEFAC Hot Rod’
The organisers did a great job and we now look forward to the Concours of Elegance in September at Hampton Court. You can be in with a chance of winning yourself a pair of tickets to the Concours of Elegance in September, our competition will be coming shortly. I’d strongly suggest that you follow our regular news and competitions by subscribing to our weekly Newsletter update. We are also on social media too, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
For more London Concours news, views, photos, videos and reviews you can get more information here.
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