The 50th Edition of Concours d’Elegance will be held on September 26, 2021, at Nairobi’s Ngong Race Course.
This annual series organized by the Alfa Romeo Owners Club cancelled the 2020 edition due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
“It is likely that the motorsport calendar for 2021 will be nearly a replica of what it should have been this year had the disruption not occurred. Accordingly, the Alfa Romeo Owners Club anticipates that the Golden Jubilee Africa Concours d’Elegance will be listed for September 26th, 2021,” Peter Wanday, Chairman Alfa Romeo Owners Club and Bob Dewar, Concours d’Elegance Event Organiser said in a joint statement.
Concours d’Elegance is a term of French origin that means a “competition of elegance” and refers to an event where prestigious vehicles are displayed and judged. The centre piece is the judging of 70 classic and vintage cars and 40 motorcycles.
The regulations are approved by the Kenya Motor Sport Federation (KMSF) for cars and the Motorcycle Sports Federation of Kenya (MSFK) for motorcycles and the Concours is recognized and sanctioned by FIM. AFRICA.
In addition to the assessment of the classic and vintage cars and motorcycles, there are 28 Motor Trade stands, a MotorSport Arcade, a Classics Car and Motorcycle Sale section, and a collection of old machinery and equipment under the amptly named Heritage Collection section.
Over the years, the event has attracted entries from Argentina, Australia, England, Germany, Malawi, Mauritius, Mexico, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zanzibar and Zimbabwe.
John Wroe’s 1930 Ford Model A won the 2019 CBA Concours d’Elegance a position he shared with his daughter Veronica Wroe on 275 points.