Latest round of results announced from Concours Virtual

The latest round of results from the 2020 Concours Virtual have been announced. This week the judging focused on Class F: Golden Age of Detroit and Class G: Concept Cars of the 1970s. The calibre of the entrants was impressive and the judges had some difficult choices to make. But the results are in and the winners have been announced.

Class F: The Golden Age of Detroit

1949-1964 brought together some of the most over the top and fabulous designs from one of the greatest periods of American car design. The optimism and glamour of the American dream were reflected in the fins, the chromework and the sheer size of the cars, many of which were represented in this class, sponsored by Chattanooga Motorcar Festival.

Latest round of results announced from Concours Virtual
The impressive 1949 Cadillac 62 Club Coupe which won both the Judges’ and the people’s vote

Ultimately the judges’ vote went to the stunning 1949 Cadillac 62 Club Coupe owned by Loren Hulber. Inspired by the P-38 Lightning, it set the design standards for GM for many years and was a huge departure from anything gone before. Visitors to the site agreed and also awarded the Cadillac first prize.

The full results are as follows:

Judges’ Vote

  1. 1949 Cadillac 62 Club Coupe
  2. 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
  3. 1961 Chrysler 300G

People’s Vote

  1. 1949 Cadillac 62 Club Coupe
  2. 1962 Ford Thunderbird 2-door hardtop
  3. 1959 Chevrolet Impala Coupe

Class G: Concept Cars of the 1970s

Moving onto the next class category, the judges were treated ti the Concept Cars of the 1970s. This exciting category brought together seven of the greatest concept cars from key manufacturers of that iconic decade. With BMW Classic the sponsor of the class, their own BMW Turbo was excluded from the judging, but was still highly commended by the judges, which included Andrea Zagato and Lyn St. James.

Latest round of results announced from Concours Virtual
The iconic 1970 Lancia Stratos Zero took home the Judges’ top vote

The Judges went for the truly outstanding Lancia Stratos Zero, one of the most historically important concept cars ever created. Amazingly for what was a show car it is still in running order and remains beautiful and stylistically fascinating.

The full results are as follows:

Judges’ Vote

  1. 1970 Lancia Stratos Zero
  2. 1970 Chevrolet Aerovette
  3. 1970 Vauxhall SRV

People’s Vote

  1. 1971 Alfa Romeo Caimano
  2. 1970 Lancia Stratos Zero
  3. 1970 Chevrolet Aerovette



70 Years of F1 and Junior Concours Contenders Revealed

Class O: Junior Concours, sponsored by R & T Crew, celebrates the pedal and mechanical cars of childhood, from the mass -produced Austin J40 to the extremely rare Motorscoot Motokar. A fun class, which has attracted some very serious cars and some very competitive collectors.

Latest round of results announced from Concours Virtual
The fun and futuristic looking 1955 Giordani Reattore is just one of the contenders in the Junior category

The full list of contenders is as follows:

  • 1964 Viking Craft Quarter Midget
  • 1949 Austin Pathfinder
  • 1927 Bugatti Baby
  • 1935 Steelcraft Pontiac
  • 1939 Motoscoot Motokar
  • 1949 Murray Torpedo
  • 1952 Jaguar XK120 Junior Racer
  • 1955 Giordani Reattore
  • 1964 AEC K Type Bus
  • 1920 Bugatti Brescia
  • Austin J40

The next class to be revealed is Class J: 70 Years of the Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship. Some of the most important Formula 1 cars are on show in this class, sponsored by Hexagon Classics. From the very first BRM Type P15 Chassis Number 1 (1950), which Fangio considered ‘the best Formula 1 car ever made’ to the breathtakingly beautiful 1991 Ferrari 643, which featured as a work of art in the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Latest round of results announced from Concours Virtual
The mighty 1950 BRM Type 15 V16
Latest round of results announced from Concours Virtual
The legendary 1991 Ferrari 643

The full list of contenders is as follows:

  • 1950 BRM Type 15 V16
  • 1962 BRM P578 Grand Prix Car
  • 1974 Shadow DN3
  • 1977 Wolf WR1
  • 1978 Lotus 79/3
  • 1980 Williams FW078
  • 1985 Williams FW10
  • 1991 McLaren MP4/6
  • 2003 Williams FW25
  • 1991 Ferrari 643

The results of these important and historic categories will be announced in due course.

First round of Concours Virtual results are in

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