London Concours 2022
June 28 @ 10:00 am - June 30 @ 6:00 pm£40.00
A DISPLAY OF SOME OF THE WORLD’S FINEST CARS IN THE INTIMATE SETTING OF THE GARDENS OF THE HONOURABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY.
The London Concours, presented by Montres Breguet, is a luxurious automotive garden party hosted right in the heart of the City of London from Tuesday 8th – Thursday 10th June – Tuesday is a VIP day by invitation only. This hugely exciting automobile extravaganza will see 80 of the world’s most precious cars gather in the gardens of the historic and beautiful Honourable Artillery Company Headquarters and will include a ferocious collection of horsepower arranged in specially curated and themed displays chosen by the editorial panel of Octane Magazine. The two public days offer entertainment on the lawns, beautiful retail chalets with luxury brands and artisan goods, and a delicious selection of food and beverages to match. If you are looking for a unique backdrop for a business meeting with either breakfast or lunch included, then London Concours is your solution. We very much look forward to welcoming you to the Artillery Gardens this summer.
The classes for 2022 will include ‘The Hypercars’, ‘The Italian Berlinettas’, ‘Great British History’, ‘Great Marques: Mercedes-Benz’, ‘Fins & Chrome’, ‘Japanese Jewels’ and ‘Le Mans Racers’
THE COLLECTOR’ CLASS TO CELEBRATE RODGER DUDDING
Star cars from Dudding’s Studio 434 collection to appear at HAC
For 2022, the London Concours’ class, ‘The Collector’ will feature star cars from Rodger Dudding’s Studio 434. Running from the 28th-30th June at the Honourable Artillery Company, this summer’s event will assemble the finest examples from Dudding’s astonishing array of machinery – which now numbers well over 400 motor cars in total.
The collection began in the 1970s, initially with a Jensen Interceptor FF and Dudding’s father’s Morris Minor. It is now thought to be the largest privately assembled collection in the UK, if not Europe. The enthralling selection of metal, amassed over decades, is a bold individual collection, one that charts the history of British and European motoring through the ages – giving a unique sense of how cars have evolved from the early 1900s to the present day.
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