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Netherland's finest classics and hypercars converge at InterClassics Days of Elegance

On June 18-19, the splendid Château St. Gerlach in the Netherlands will host the very first edition of the InterClassics Days of Elegance. Containing a rally, a concours of elegance, an open-air car show, and a luxurious garden party, the event promises to please all car connoisseurs alike.

Château St. Gerlach will welcome a plethora of priceless classics and hypercars on the 18th and 19th of June as InterClassics hosts their first Days of Elegance event. If you find yourself in the Netherlands this June, it’s certainly not to be missed. The highlight of the event is, of course, the Concours of Elegance, which will see cars within five different categories compete for the ‘Best of Show’ award. This will all be judged by an international group of 17 jury members hailing from the USA, Canada, England, Germany, France, and Italy among other countries, all with experience from prestigious competitions such as Pebble Beach, Villa d’Este, Salon Privé, and Schloss Dyck.

The five categories include hardcore racers (up to 1980), gentleman’s sports cars (1950 to 1980), modern sports cars (1980 to present), and luxury touring cars (up to 1970). The ‘When Coachwork Becomes Art’ category will undoubtedly be the contest’s most eye-catching, featuring cars built before 1960, where elegance and breath-taking coachwork was the norm.

However, the Concours of Elegance is just one facet of this exciting event, with a luxury market and Classic and GT Rally also unfolding over the weekend. During the Rally of Elegance, guests will be able to enjoy their cars on the winding roads of the Limburg hills and the Belgian Ardennes.

Driving will only be part of the enjoyment, however, as the event promises plenty of culinary highlights: InterClassics have become rather known for their feasts hosted before InterClassics Classic Car Shows in Maastricht and Brussels. So participants can enjoy a gastronomic Night of Elegance in the newly built pavilion at the St. Gerlach estate and a luxurious lunch at the Spa-Francorchamps race track. For the ‘regular’ daytime visitors, the organizers offer several culinary pavilions and areas. There is a luxurious picnic where one can admire the concours of elegance. At the Future Classic area, visitors can take advantage of an elegant barbeque, offering delicacies like regional asparagus dishes, abbey-raised pork (so called livar) as well as BBQ lobster. 

Clearly InterClassics are clearly determined for their first Days of Elegance event to be a smash hit, and we simply can’t wait to see all the beautiful metal dotted around the lush gardens of Château St. Gerlach. Click here to secure your tickets now!