Next weekend Hagerty will host the 27th annual Greenwich Concours d’Elegance, featuring Connecticut-resident and automotive enthusiast Wayne Carini as Grand Marshal.
Saturday’s new Concours de Sport will feature cars from and inspired by the world of motorsports. Sunday’s traditional Concours d’Elegance will highlight post-war American, Italian and English automobiles and more.
The event will take place in Roger Sherman Baldwin Park on Arch Street in Greenwich.
The three-day event draws nearly 10,000 visitors to celebrate all things car culture.
Friday, June 2
The event starts Friday, June 2 with the Grand Tour-Driving tour that takes Concours entrants across the most beautiful roads of Greenwich and the New York area.
Saturday, June 3
The inaugural Greenwich Concours de Sport will offer a curated selection of some of the world’s most exciting automobiles with a focus on post-war racers, sports cars and modern supercars. Anticipate15 judged classes and a highly curated showfield of 150 cars selected for their style,
performance and innovation all with the backdrop of Greenwich Harbor.
Sunday, June 4
Building upon 27 years of excellence, Sunday’s traditional Concours d’Elegance will feature 18 judged car classes including post war American, Italian and English automobiles, a celebration of the storied Alfa Romeo brand, Brass Era steam cars as well as the Class of ’63 and Woodies. In addition, cars of the Grand Marshal and Greenwich Beach Cruisers.
Both days will feature fan-favorite, complimentary Hagerty Ride & Drive starring an assortment of
enthusiast vehicles both modern and classic, as well as the Future Drivers Club featuring automotive
activities for yet-to-be licensed drivers.
“The addition of a Concours de Sport represents enthusiasts’ call for an additional day of concours
displays and an opportunity to celebrate the rich history of competition central to the Northeast automotive culture,” said Hagerty CEO McKeel Hagerty. “Our purpose at Greenwich, and our company, is to save driving and car culture for future generations. So, for us, it’s all about creating on-ramps for new enthusiasts and honoring tradition with those that know the ritual of the concours world.”
Wayne Carini will be celebrated as Grand Marshal in 2023, and a special class of cars from his private collection including cars seen on his well-known TV show, Chasing Classic Cars will be featured.
“I’ve had the pleasure of traveling the world thanks to this wonderful community, but to be celebrated in my own backyard is something special,” said Carini. “I’m thrilled to gather with the people and cars that have been such a big part of my life and hope to return that positivity to the guests and participants at the Concours this year.”
For details on specific event times, visit Greenwich Concours.