Date: June 5 – 6, 2019
Time: 10am – 8pm (both days)
Location: The Honourable Artillery Company, Armoury House, City Road, London, EC1Y 2BQ
A garden party like no other, the London Concours will bring some of the world’s premium cars to the beautiful setting of the Honourable Artillery Company’s gardens.
The London Concours targets collectors and enthusiasts who appreciate fine quality automobile craftsmanship, head to the Concours for a display of the best cars you may ever see.
Located in the heart of our capital, the London Concours will host some of the most luxurious vehicles ever to be made. The concours will see 80 of the world’s most prestigious cars gather together in a historic location; including some themed displays chosen by motoring magazine, Octane.
In the London Concours classes, you will see some of the greats, including:
The Italian Job Miuras
In 1966 at the Geneva Motor Show, the Lamborghini Miura impressed the supercar world when it raced onto the scene. It has since seen some of the greatest supercars follow its design with its rear, mid-engine layout which has become the go-to formula to create some of the best supercars ever made.
Once the world’ fastest production car, the Miura will be honoured at the London Concours show with an amazing eight examples for you to cast your eyes upon. Not only this, 2019 will mark 50 years since the premiere of ‘The Italian Job’. Despite the Mini Cooper being one of the main classic car faces from the film, it was in fact the Miura that captured the imagination of petrolheads in the film’s opening scene.
Whether you think the Ferrari Dino was the most iconic vehicle of all time, or whether you think the Jaguar E-Type FHC Flat Floor gives a run for its money, you will sure get your fix of iconic machines at the show. In the Icons category you will be able to see:
Footman James is sponsoring the Icon’s class and will be attending the London Concours in association with official show partner, Azur, who is one of the world’s largest and best-respected insurance companies today. Footman James have a close relationship with Azur, who help provide Footman James with high-quality features for their private client insurance policies, for owners of prestigious vehicles and high value collections.
Julian Balme is this year’s automotive enthusiast who will be bringing a long some of his most prized possessions, including the stunning 1954 Lincoln Cosmopolitan.
Made in Germany
Mercedes brings us their greatest hits, including the Mercedes – Benz SLR McLaren 722 Coupe.
The Beast of Turin
One of the favourites amongst classic car enthusiasts, 2018’s ‘Best in Show’ at the London Concours will be returning. The 28.5 – litre Fiat S76 will be shown in its full glory at the concours, where guests will be able to experience the beast themselves.
A special celebration of Ferrari will be at the London Concours this June. Solely dedicated to the greatest Ferrari’s ever manufactured, the display will look back at the past 70 years and showcase an astonishing ten Ferraris, including the 1949 Ferrari 166 Inter. One of only 38 166 Inter Ferraris, the 166 was developed alongside the 166MM racing car. Powered by a 2.0 litre V12 engine it produces around 155bhp, but the Ferrari features a wheelbase stretched by 300mm to make space for small rear seats.
With the V12 powered layout at the front, the design of the Ferrari 166 Inter became a hallmark, utilised by other iconic Ferraris, such as the Ferrari Daytona and the Ferrari 599 GTO for instance, which you will also be able to see at the show.
On hand you will have some of the best specialist dealers around, including Aston Martin Specialists Nicholas Mee, Thornley Kelham, Blizzard Motor Cars, Evolution E-Types and Jensen International Automotive.
You can purchase your tickets now for general admission, or you can take a look at the London Concours’ hospitality packages:
All costs include adult day admission.
Please note: All costs are per person (pp) and exclude VAT.
For all hospitality enquires, please contact Gilli Cuthbert at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02031 428 542