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Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance August 16, 2015
Report by Cam Hutchins naacc.ca webmaster and NAACC Photographer
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The 65th Annual Pebble Beach Concours d Elegance was held on August 16th 2015 and was  the first time I had seen the sunrise at the event. Held on the 18th Farirway of the fabled Pebble Beach golf course, the morning mist was absent this year allowing for a golden sunrise to light some of the greatest cars in the world.

The Concours held on Sunday, is the culmination of almost a week of activities held during "Car Week" on the Carmel Montery penninsula. On Thursady prior to the event a "tour D Elegance" starts at the paddocks for the Concours and the cars drive south towards Big Sur and then have a leisurely lunch in Carmel allowing for many fans to see the cars. The Tour allows participants to earn extra points in case of a tie on the Sunday.

On Friday this year the competition Ferraris went on a drive throiugh 17 mile drive to recreate the former Peblle Beach races held onthe 17 mile drive back in the 50's. Saturday evening the Auctions started at the Polo Grounds of the Pebble Beach Golf course and I got to see a Ferrari sell for $15 million plus commission.

But the big show is Sunday. I was up at 4:30 a.m. and off to the Main Event. The Pebble Beach Concours D Elegance is arguably the most famous car show in the world and one of my fellow photographers stepped it up this year by actually presenting a Ferrari for a friend of his. DIrk de Jager of Belgium is used to arriving early as a photographer to get a coveted Hagerty's "Dawn Patrol" hat and was the first car to be driven onto the field. If any of my friends need a car presented at Pebble Beach, let me know for next year.

A few cars were owned by Canadians including the 1932 Auburn 8-100A Union City Body Co. Speedster owned by Gerry Hockin of Burlington, Ontario. Toronto's Brent Merrill's 1935 Packard 1207 Twelve Coupe Roadster and Pickering's Denis Bigioni's 1948 Talbot Lago T26C Grand Prix Racer also graced the fairway. The 1953 Abarth 1100 Sport Ghia COupe of Grant Kinzel from Calgary was a great car in a very tough class with 6 other entrants...the likes of Aston Martin DB2's and Alfa Romeo 6C's and a Delahaye...but it still won the judge's hearts and placed first in the Postwar Early Class.

The far end of the Fairway is reserved for one of the featured classes and this year it was for Ferrari's that had raced at Pebble Beach...the rule about not showing cars more than once a decade must of eliminated many cars as so many competiton Ferrari's have been shown recently.

The Custom cars at that end were also well received....but one car was still under wraps when I had to head back towards the exit on my way back to the races at the Mazda Laguna Seca racetrack.

On the way back to the exit I got to meet Nadia Comaneci and Ion Tiriac and see his 1952 Rolls Royce Phantom IV Hooper Sedanica de Ville.

The photos are proof of why some people including Jay Leno state that this is the best cvar show in the world.

 

Traditions of a Concours d’Elegance   Part One

Ferraris in the Forest at Pebble Beach August 16, 2015

 

Rob McLeese is the Assistant Director of Media Relations at the National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada (NAACC)

 

Rob McLeese's report on the Competition Ferraris re-enacting a  race  through the forest that was first run 65 years ago at the inaugural Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (August 17, 2015) -- An Italian Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Cabriolet that once turned heads and garnered top prizes in the classic era glided to victory at the 65th Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance on Sunday.

 

The competition drew 219 cars from 16 countries and 29 U.S. states to the 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links. It also raised over $1.8 million to help people in need. Through the Pebble Beach Company Foundation, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, these charitable funds will benefit 100 local charities.

 

The winning car is built on an extremely long 145-inch 1924 Tipo 8A chassis, which was acquired in the early 1930s by Swiss Carrosserie Worblaufen to be used as the basis for a new sport cabriolet. The finished car was displayed at the 1932 Geneva Auto Show and won the Grand-Prix d'Honneur at Cannes in 1933. After being shown, the car passed through the hands of just three owners prior to being purchased by current owner Jim Patterson of Louisville, Kentucky.

 

Asked what he loved most about the massive cabriolet, Patterson chose to focus on its small details. "I love the cigarette lighters," he said. "You should see them! I wondered a while ago if they worked, and I've got a blister on my finger to show they do."

 

The car's win at Pebble Beach marked the second win for Patterson. His 1933 Delahaye D8S De Villars Roadster was named Best of Show in 2010. "I won here in 2010 with an all-white car, and now I've won with an all-black car. I don't know if I've run out of colors or what," he joked.

 

There were many strong contenders for Best of Show this year, including a 1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Kellner Torpedo Phaeton owned by Doug Magee Jr. of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire; a 1937 Delahaye 145 Franay Cabriolet owned by Sam & Emily Mann of Englewood, New Jersey; and a 1953 Abarth 1100 Sport Ghia Coupé owned by Grant Kinzel of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

 

Concours Chairman Sandra Button said the win by the Isotta Fraschini wasn't a surprise given its provenance: "From the moment that Cesare Isotta and the Fraschini brothers founded their company, they were known for building prestigious cars, and this particular car is very stylish and very powerful. Even when resting on the stage, it seems to be in motion, and it is filled with emotion. There is a lot of passion in this car."

 

Ferraris were featured in great numbers this year, along with classic era duPonts, antique Popes, British prewar sports cars and postwar Cunninghams. Special classes celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Shelby GT350 and the 75th anniversary of the Lincoln Continental, and Mercury Customs were displayed for the first time.

 

Complete List of 2015 Winners

 

Best of Show

 

1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A F. Ramseier & Cie Worblaufen Cabriolet

Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky

 

Best of Show Nominees

 

1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Kellner Torpedo Phaeton

Doug Magee Jr., Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

 

1937 Delahaye 145 Franay Cabriolet

Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey

1953 Abarth 1100 Sport Ghia Coupé

Grant Kinzel, Calgary Alberta, Canada

 

Most Elegant Awards

 

J.B. & Dorothy Nethercutt Most Elegant Closed Car

1932 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Figoni & Falaschi Pillarless Berline

Don Williams, Danville, California

 

Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible

1937 Delahaye 145 Franay Cabriolet

Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey

 

Most Elegant Open Car

1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Kellner Torpedo Phaeton

Doug Magee Jr., Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

 

Strother MacMinn Most Elegant Sports Car

1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta

Jon Shirley, Medina, Washington

 

Special Awards

 

Alec Ulmann Trophy

1929 Hispano-Suiza H6B Hibbard & Darrin Cabriolet de VIlle

H. Hulsbergen, Freienbach, Switzerland

 

Ansel Adams Award

1923 Mercer Series b6 Sporting

Kirk M. Pumphrey, San Jose, California

 

Art Center College of Design Award

1955 Maserati A6G 2000 Zagato Coupé

Jack Croul, Corona Del Mar, California

 

Briggs Cunningham Trophy

1953 Cunningham C-5R Roadster

The Revs Institute for Automotive Research, Inc., Naples, Florida

 

Chairmans Trophy

1926 Renault 45MC Manessius Cabriolet de Ville

George F. Wingard, Eugene, Oregon

 

Charles A. Chayne Trophy

1902 Panhard et Levassor Type B1 Saloon

Merle & Peter Mullin, Oxnard, California

 

Classic Car Club of America Trophy

1931 duPont Model H Merrimac Sport Phaeton

Richard Riegel, Bedford Hills, New York

 

Dean Batchelor Trophy

1951 Mercury 1CM Bob Hirohata Custom Coupe

Jim and Sue McNiel, Orange, California

 

Elegance in Motion Trophy

1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Gran Sport Touring Spider

The Keller Collection at the Pyramids, Petaluma, California

 

Enzo Ferrari Trophy

1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta Competizione

Big Fork Holdings, LLC., Menlo Park, California

 

FIVA Prewar Trophy

1921 Stutz K Bearcat

Wayne Carini, Portland, Connecticut

 

FIVA Postwar Trophy

1956 Jaguar D-type Roadster

Roger Hoffmann, Point Reyes Station, California

 

French Cup

1939 Bugatti Type 57C Vanvooren Cabriolet

Margie & Robert E. Petersen Collection, Los Angeles, California

 

Gran Turismo Trophy

1952 Cunningham C-4R Competition Roadster

The Simeone Automotive Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

Lincoln Trophy

1933 Lincoln KB Dietrich Five Passenger Convertible Sedan

John P. Shibles, Sea Grit, New Jersey

 

Lorin Tryon Trophy

General William Lyon, Newport Beach, California

 

Lucius Beebe Trophy

1952 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV Hooper Sedanca de Ville

Ion Tiriac, Monaco

 

Mercedes-Benz Star of Excellence Award

1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Roadster

Miyabi Collection, Honolulu, Hawaii

 

Mille Miglia Pre-War Trophy

1939 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Touring Coupé

David B. Smith, Medina, Washington

 

Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy

1931 Invicta LS Carbodies Coupé

Richard & Susanne Stephens, Woodside, California

 

The Phil Hill Cup

1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico Vignale Spyder

Les Wexner, New Albany, Ohio

 

The Revs Program at Stanford Award

1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Kellner Torpedo Phaeton

Doug Magee Jr., Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

 

Road & Track Trophy

1965 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350

John Atzbach, Redmond, Washington

 

The Tony Hulman Trophy

1948 Talbot-Lago T26C Grand Prix Racer

Denis Bigioni, Pickering, Ontario

 

The Vitesse - Elegance Trophy

1946 Delahaye 135 MS Pourtout Coupé Aérodynamique

Neal & Susan Ryan, Smithtown, New York

 

CLASS AWARDS

 

Class A-1: Antique

1st:     1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Kellner Torpedo Phaeton, Doug Magee Jr., Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

 

2nd:    1910 Speedwell Model 10-L Burr Landaulet Town Car, Mike & Sharon Silvera

 

3rd:     1903 Thomas Model 18 Shelden Rear Entrance Tonneau, Ronald & Sandra Hansen, Fillmore, California

 

Class A-2: Pope

1st:     1912 Pope-Hartford 27 Pony Tonneau, Kirk and Ross Bewley, Sacramento, California

 

2nd:    1909 Pope-Hartford Model S Toy Tonneau, Chris Kidd and Barry Hon, Monrovia, California

 

3rd:     1904 Pope-Toledo Type IV Rear Entrance Tonneau, Gary & Sheryl Hunter, Arcadia, California

 

Class B: Vintage

1st:     1920 Stutz Series H Bearcat, Stanley & Merle Bauer, Beverly Hills, California

 

2nd:    1923 Mercer Series 6 Sporting, Kirk M. Pumphrey, San Jose, California

 

3rd:     1923 Duesenberg A Millspaugh & Irish Five Passenger Touring, Gregory & Claudia Vanley, Los Angeles, California

 

Class C-1: American Classic Open

1st:     1931 Chrysler CG Imperial LeBaron Dual Cowl Phaeton, Aaron & Valerie Weiss, San Marino, California

 

2nd:    1938 Graham Model 97 Saoutchik Convertible, Edgar Masters, Copake Falls, New York

 

3rd:     1936 Cadillac 90 Fleetwood Convertible Sedan, Dave & Linda Kane, Bernardsville, California

 

Class C-2: American Classic Open Packard

1st:     1934 Packard 1107 Twelve Convertible Victoria, Laura & Jack B. Smith Jr., Elkhart, Indiana

 

2nd:    1933 Packard 1005 Twelve Convertible Victoria, Jean & Don Ghareeb, Birmingham, Alabama

 

3rd:     1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Sedan, Tony & Jonna Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado

 

Class C-3: American Classic Closed

1st:     1930 Stutz MB Weymann Monte Carlo, Joseph Cassini III & Margie Cassini, West Orange, New Jersey

 

2nd:    1932 Packard 904 Deluxe Eight Dietrich Stationary Coupe, N. Gene & Sally A. Perkins, Greenwood, Indiana

 

3rd:     1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Stationary Coupe, Samuel Lehrman, Palm Beach, Florida

 

Class D: duPont

1st:     1931 duPont Model H Merrimac Sport Phaeton, Richard Riegel, Bedford Hills, New York

 

2nd:     1929 duPont Model G Merrimac Special Sedan, Lammot J. du Pont, McLean, Virginia

 

3rd:      1929 duPont Model G Waterhouse Roadster, Kelly Kinzle, New Oxford, Pennsylvania

 

Class G: Duesenberg

1st:     1934 Duesenberg J Walker-LaGrande Convertible Coupe, Harry Yeaggy, Cincinnati, Ohio

 

2nd:    1934 Duesenberg J Walker-LaGrande Convertible Coupe, General William Lyon, Newport Beach, California

 

3rd:     1931 Duesenberg J Derham Tourster, Lee R. Anderson Sr., Naples, Florida

 

Class H-1: Rolls-Royce Prewar

1st:     1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Brewster Special Permanent Newmarket, Orin & Stephanie Smith, Vero Beach, Florida

 

2nd:    1932 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Figoni & Falaschi Pillarless Berline, Don Williams, Danville, California

 

3rd:      1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Brewster Newport, Peter & Marijane Thornton, Key Largo, Florida

 

Class H-2: Rolls-Royce and Bentley Postwar

1st:     1952 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV Hooper Sedanca de Ville, Ion Tiriac, Monaco

 

2nd:     1953 Bentley R-Type Continental H.J. Mulliner Sports Saloon, Destriero Limited, Monaco

 

3rd:      1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud James Young Coupé, G. Bradford Klein and Victoria Hansen, Los Angeles, California

 

Class I: Mercedes-Benz

1st:     1928 Mercedes-Benz 680S Tourer, The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California

 

2nd:    1936 Mercedes-Benz 500K Tourer, Thomas & Rhonda Taffet

 

3rd:      1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Roadster, Miyabi Collection, Honolulu, Hawaii

 

Class J-1: European Classic Early

1st:            1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A F. Ramseier & Cie Worblaufern Cabriolet, Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky

 

2nd:    1932 Austro Daimler ADR8 Keibl Karosseriewerk Limousine, The Nethercutt Collection - Helen & Jack Nethercutt, Sylmar, California

 

3rd:     1929 Bentley 4½ Litre Vanden Plas Four Seater, Private Collection, N/A, N/A

 

Class J-2: European Classic Late

1st:     1937 Delahaye 145 Franay Cabriolet, Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey

 

2nd:     1939 Bugatti Type 57C Vanvooren Cabriolet, Margie & Robert E. Petersen Collection, Los Angeles, California

 

3rd:      1939 Bentley 4¼ Litre Park Ward Sports Coupé, Robert Mirvis, Los Angeles, California

 

Class K-1: British Prewar Sports Cars Early

1st:     1927 Bentley 3 Litre Vanden Plas Sports Tourer, Private Collection, N/A, N/A

 

2nd:     1926 Bentley 3 Litre Speed Model Vanden Plas Tourer, Christian Philippsen, Monaco

 

3rd:      1932 Invicta S Carbodies Tourer, Steve Hamilton, Carson City, Nevada

 

Class K-2: British Prewar Sports Cars Late

1st:     1937 Jaguar SS 100 Roadster, Jaime & Cecilia Muldoon, Guadalajara, Mexico

 

2nd:     1938 Alvis Speed 25 Offord & Sons Open Two Seater, James B. Sprague, Washington, NA

 

3rd:      1934 SS Cars SS1 Tourer, Colin & Anne Stewart, Blairgowrie, Scotland

 

Class L-1: Prewar Preservation

1st:     1906 Pierce Great Arrow 40-45 7 Passenger Touring, Leonard-Steven Schuster, New York, New York

 

2nd:     1927 Hispano-Suiza Type 49 H.J. Mulliner Sport Saloon, Dr. Marco Gastaldi, Monaco

 

3rd:      1904 Pope-Hartford Model B Rear Entrance Tonneau, Doug Magee, Jr., Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

 

Class L-2: Postwar Preservation

1st:     1956 Jaguar D-type Roadster, Roger Hoffmann, Point Reyes Station, California

 

2nd:     1956 Maserati A6G 2000 Frua Coupé, Jonathan & Wendy Segal, San Diego, California

 

3rd:      1965 Porsche 356SC Karmann Coupe, William E. "Chip" Connor, Reno, Nevada

 

Class M-1: Ferrari Grand Touring

1st:     1957 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet Series I, Peter S. Kalikow, New York, New York

 

2nd:     1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Scaglietti Spyder California, Marc Fisher, Greenwich, Connecticut

 

3rd:      1960 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Pinin Farina Coupe Aerodinamico Prototipo, Lee & Joan Herrington, Bow, New Hampshire

 

Class M-2: Ferrari Competition

1st:     1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta Competizione, Big Fork Holdings, LLC., Menlo Park, California

 

2nd:     1956 Ferrari 250 GT Alloy Boano Coupe, James H. Fuchs, Brookfield, Wisconsin

 

3rd:      1959 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Scaglietti Spyder California Competizione, Audrey & Martin Gruss, Palm Beach, Florida

 

Class M-3: Ferraris in the Pebble Beach Road Races

1st:     1954 Ferrari 500 Mondial Pinin Farina Spyder Series I, Thomas R. Peck, Irvine, California

 

2nd:     1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico Vignale Spyder, Les Wexner, New Albany, Ohio

 

3rd:      1955 Ferrari 857S Scaglietti Spyder, Les Wexner, New Albany, Ohio

 

Class M-4: Ferrari Preservation

1st:     1964 Ferrari 250 GTL Scaglietti Berlinetta Lusso, Private Collection, N/A, N/A

 

2nd:    1961 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Pininfarina SWB Coupe, Rick & Angie Workman, Windermere, Florida

 

3rd:      1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Scaglietti Berlinetta, John & Heather Mozart, Palo Alto, California

 

Class N: Designs by Carrozzeria Touring

1st:     1939 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Touring Coupé, David B. Smith, Medina, Washington

 

2nd:    1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Gran Sport Touring Spider, The Keller Collection at the Pyramids, Petaluma, California

 

3rd:     1962 Pegaso Z-103 Touring Panoramica Coupe, Wicked Machine Works

 

Class O-1: Postwar Early

1st:     1953 Abarth 1100 Sport Ghia Coupé, Grant Kinzel, Calgary Alberta, Canada

 

2nd:    1946 Delahaye 135 MS Pourtout Coupé Aérodynamique, Neal & Susan Ryan, Smithtown, New York

 

3rd:      1950 Aston Martin DB2 Saloon, John Grono, Singapore,

 

Class O-2: Postwar Late

1st:     1954 Fiat 8V Supersonic Ghia Coupe, Marc Behaegel, Gent, Belgium

 

2nd:    1954 Fiat 8V Zagato Coupe, David Sydorick, Beverly Hills, California

 

3rd:      1957 Siata 208S Motto Spyder, Jan De Reu, Knokke, Belgium

 

Class O-3: Postwar Racing

1st:     1965 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe, Kazuo Maruyama, Tokyo, Japan

 

2nd:    1955 Porsche 550RS Spyder, Ugo Gussalli Beretta, Brescia, Italy

 

3rd:      1959 Lister Costin Roadster, Jeff Lotman, Los Angeles, California

 

Class P: Postwar Cunninghams

1st:     1951 Cunningham C-2 Roadster, T. G. Mittler, Santa Fe, New Mexico

 

2nd:     1954 Cunningham C-3 Vignale Coupé, James W. Taylor, Gloversville, New York

 

3rd:      1952 Cunningham C-4R Competition Roadster, The Simeone Automotive Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

Class R: Mercury Customs

1st:     1951 Mercury 1CM Bob Hirohata Custom Coupe, Jim and Sue McNiel, Orange, California

 

2nd:     1949 Mercury 9CM Sam Barris Custom Coupe, John Mumford, Portola Valley, California

 

3rd:      1950 Mercury OCM Wally Welch Custom Coupe, Justin Mozart, Palo Alto, California

 

Class S: Shelby GT350 50th Anniversary

1st:     1965 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350, John Atzbach, Redmond, Washington

 

2nd:    1965 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350 Prototype, Mark Hovander, Seattle, Washington

 

3rd:      1965 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350, Bobby Rahal, Chicago, Illinois

 

 

 

 

Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance August 16, 2015

Press release from Pebble Beach

Once each year in August about 200 of the most prized collector cars and motorcycles in the world roll onto the fairway of what is often called the best finishing hole in golf — the famed eighteenth at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Tire meets turf and transformation occurs: the stage is set for one of the most competitive events in the automotive world. The occasion is the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

 

Originally a small social event paired with a road race through the pine and cypress forests of Pebble Beach, the Pebble Beach Concours has grown into the top-ranking collector car competition in the world. People from all over the globe come to compete in or simply witness and enjoy the Concours here at Pebble Beach.

 

The Concours is not a contest of speed, but of elegance. Automobiles and motorcycles are judged for their historical accuracy, their technical merit and their style—and the best garner reward and recognition.

 

The 2015 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance will feature the following marques and special classes:

 

• Ferrari

• duPont

• Pope

• Designs by Carrozzeria Touring

• Postwar Cunninghams

• Mercury Customs

• British Prewar Sports Cars

• Lincoln Continental 75th Anniversary

• Shelby GT350 Mustang 50th Anniversary

 

 

Entry applications go out in November and are due in January. Applications are then vetted before the Concours Selection Committee meets in late March to review them. In April, the best cars receive a formal invitation to participate in the Concours.

 

The success of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance rests in large part on the knowledgeable experts who help to select and judge the automobiles and motorcycles invited to appear on our show field. These experts also make a significant contribution to the automotive world as a whole by helping to establish an accurate record of these vehicles. Click here to MEET THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE CONCOURS.

 

The automobiles on our show field and the new cars on our concept lawn cover more than a hundred years of automotive style and technology. Our automotive past is ever expanding and this Concours is committed to celebrating automotive excellence both past and present. Increasingly, as in the early days of the Concours, innovative concepts and new cars debut at Pebble Beach. Click here to view the CONCEPT CARS unveiled at the 2014 Concours.

 

Thousands of enthusiasts will be on hand to celebrate the collector and concept cars at the 2015 Concours and enjoy the company of others who share their passion. Below is the schedule of events for Concours Sunday at Pebble Beach. To find out more about what to do, what to wear, what to bring, what is available on the 18th fairway, and some fun ideas for what to do during the day, see our VISITOR’S GUIDE.

 

We have two ticket options for the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance:

 

Club d’Elegance Ticket Package

General Admission Tickets

 

To find out more information about these tickets, go to TICKETS in our Visitor’s Guide.

 

TAKE A TOUR THROUGH THE 60 YEARS OF THE CONCOURS.

 

So, WHAT MAKES A CONCOURS CAR?

2015 CONCOURS DETAILS

Sunday, August 16

Dawn Field opens to entrants

8:30 a.m. Judging commences

10:30 a.m. Field opens to spectators

1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Awards are presented

 

www.pebblebeachconcours.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

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