The Footman James Concours d'Elegance

The Chateau Impney Hill Climb will wow visitors with a spectacular display of the most exotic and unusual cars from across the ages.

Concours Winner 2017

The Footman James Concours d’Elegance 2017 raised the bar with a variety of incredible cars from across the ages. As in previous years, the winner was voted for by the public, which was the stunning 1934 Bugatti T57 Atalante. One of only 17 in the world, it is a rare and beautiful vehicle which has been recently restored by Gentry Restorations Ltd.  

Runners-Up

Bugatti Chiron

Ferrari Enzo/Ferrari Dino

Jaguar CX76

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2016 Overall Winner

The Footman James Concours d’Elegance raised the bar with a variety of incredible cars from across the ages. The overall winner, as voted by the public, was the stunning 1932 Alfa Romeo Tipo B P3. It was originally owned by young Spanish nobleman Count José de Villapadierna. While he had modest success in the GP races of the era, he is perhaps better known for stealing his grandmother’s jewels to buy his first race car. In the 1940s, the car was raced in the Indianapolis 500 before being shipped to the UK. Its most recent owner entrusted Neil Twyman, who competed at Chateau Impney in 2015, to sympathetically restore it to its 1940s glory days, and it has since earned titles at Chantilly Concours d’Elegance.

Runners-Up

1937 Bugatti T57

1928 Amilcar C0

1995 McLaren F1 GTR

 
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