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We’re ready to celebrate British Racing Legends at FuoriConcorso 2024

Last weekend, Guglielmo Miani and friends kicked off this year’s FuoriConcorso with a tour from St. Moritz to Lake Como. Themed ‘British Racing Green’, the glamorous concours event will celebrate some of the most iconic British racing cars, teams and drivers. But that's not all...

There are few more evocative colour names than those to be found in the world of classic cars. From ‘Giallo Fly’ to ‘Tour de France Blue’, and from ‘Rosso Corsa’ to ‘Grand Prix White’, they all relate to special cars and we all have our favourites. However, arguably the most famous automotive colour of them all is of the verdant variety: British Racing Green. That is the shade which has inspired the theme of this year’s FuoriConcorso.Taking place on May 25 and 26, this latest edition of the event will honour Britain’s vibrant and fascinating racing history with an array of British racing cars, finished in both ‘BRG’ and other shades. Displayed on the lush grounds of the Villa del Grumello and Villa Sucota, attendees can expect to be blown away by the contrast between jaw-dropping coachwork and the glittering backdrop of Lago di Como.  

And while most of the racing cars starring the show are far from road legal, the FuoriConcorso crew did not want to miss on their annual road trip from St. Moritz to Lake Como. So they just gathered a group of friends and asked them to bring a special green car along the way. And while FuoriConcorso founder Guglielmo Miani arrived in his trademark Bentley Turbo RT Mulliner to lead the pack, the line-up included a rather stunning Pininfarina Battista, a charming classic Porsche 911 Targa and a matte green, track-ready Lotus Exige 430 Cup.  And judging from the snapshots they shared with us along the way, they rather enjoyed the trip.

Visitors to this year’s FuoriConcorso will be able to see a number of iconic racing cars from the United Kingdom, ranging from the recreation of an F1 starting grid and a collection of Aston Martin models from the 1950s, to Le Mans racers. Other marques on show that are synonymous with ‘BRG’ include – of course – Bentleys of the pre-war era, the amazing V16-powered BRM racers and some of Lotus, McLaren and Jaguar’s finest creations.

Adding to the allure, there will also be a few British gems from the past that many visitors may never have previously encountered. A teaser to this year’s FuoriConcorso theme can already be found at the Larusmiani boutique in Milan’s fashionable MonteNapoleone district – the Marlboro-liveried, smoking-hot BRM P160E that was raced to global fame by Clay Regazzoni in the early 1970s.

Created by Guglielmo Miani in 2019, the main FuoriConcorso event presents different special exhibition each year to highlight a different aspect of automotive history through a spectacular array of rare, important and often seldom seen automobiles, custom cars and prototypes. A series of side events have also developed, which this year include ‘Conversation Programmes’ panel discussions on the subjects of Formula One and collecting cars, as well as another dedicated to the often mystical art of automotive photography with special tips on how to capture ‘BRG’ in just the right light. And last but not least, FuoriConcorso will for the first time see the launch of highly-anticipated new collector cars, including the AGTZ Twin-Tail created by Zagato and La Squadra. We cannot wait!