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Dream collector cars return to the heart of the city for London Concours 2023

One of our favourite and most intimate events of the year will make a triumphant return as London Concours 2023 floods the Honorable Artillery Company with supercars and classic icons from June 6th to 8th. As an official media partner, Classic Driver will host a very special talk.

This year’s edition of the London Concours is set to be another breathtaking event. Held in the heart of London on the immaculate lawns of the Honorable Artillery Company, supercars and classics alike will form the centrepiece of one of the year’s greatest garden parties, just in time for Summer to sweep away the British Isles’ usually rainy weather. As always, quality over quantity is the name of the game at the London Concours, with nothing but the most dream worthy collector cars allowed entry. This year’s event will pay special tribute to the 60th anniversary of Lamborghini, with a stunning array of raging bulls, as well as 125 years of the iconic motorcycle manufacturer Norton. 

Of course, there will be plenty more metal to admire, with a number of intriguing classes on display. The ‘Bespoke Automotive’ class will showcase the finest examples of coach building and individuality, while ‘Make Green Great Again’ will welcome a verdant ensemble of perfectly-specced automobiles, including a stunning Porsche Carrera GT Zagato and a beautiful Verde Francesca Ferrari 488 GTB. Other intriguing classes include ‘Golden Age Coupes’, which welcomes icons from the 1950s and 1960s such as a Ferrari 250 SWB and Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing, while everything from a VW Golf Rallye to a Porsche 959 will star in the ‘Built to Race for the Road’ category. 2023 will also welcome a new class of ‘Wild Cards’, which will showcase the best automotive oddballs that were too exciting to turn away. 

We at Classic Driver simply can’t wait to attend this year’s London Concours as the event’s official media partner. We’re also excited to announce that our very own JP Rathgen will be hosting a talk with Lord Hesketh on Tuesday, but if you can’t wait you can read more about the history of Hesketh Racing right here. So, if you’re looking for a wonderful outing in the centre of England’s capital, you can’t do better than the 2023 London Concours! 

Photos by Rob Cooper