Villa_D_Este_2015_0

After the exhibition and the parade in Villa d’Este on Saturday and the
parade in Villa Erba on a sunny Sunday the results for Vintage Cars and
public referendum for modern “Concept Cars” of the Concorso d’Eleganza
Villa d’Este 2015 are as following.
 
Trofeo BMW Group
 
Best in Show by the Jury
      Alfa Romeo, 8C 2300, Spider, Zagato, 1932, David Sydorick, US
 
Coppa d’Oro Villa d’Este
Best of Show by Public Referendum at Villa d’Este
      Ferrari, 166 MM, Barchetta, Touring, 1950, Clive Beecham, UK
 
Trofeo BMW Group Italia
By Public Referendum at Villa Erba
      Ferrari, 166 MM, Barchetta, Touring, 1950, Clive Beecham, UK
 
Trofeo BMW Group Ragazzi
By Young People’s Referendum
      Pegaso, Cupula, Coupé, Enasa, 1952, Evert Louwman, NL
 
Design Award for Concept Cars & Prototypes
By Public Referendum at Villa Erba
Bentley Motors, EXP 10 Speed Six, Coupé PHEV, 2015, Luc Donckerwolke, UK
 
Class Winners and Mention of Honor
 
CLASS A: FLAMBOYANCE IN MOTION
Class Winner
      Mercedes-Benz, 540 K, Special Roadster, Mercedes-Benz, 1937, Michael Kaufmann, AT
 
Mention of Honor
      Farman, A6B, Coupé de Ville, Million Guiet, 1925, Petr Turek, CZ
 
CLASS B: ANTIDEPRESSANTS
Class Winner
      Alfa Romeo, 8C 2300, Spider, Zagato, 1932, David Sydorick, US
 
Mention of Honor
      Mercedes-Benz, 380, Special Roadster, Erdmann & Rossi, 1933, Saulius Karosas, LT
 
CLASS C: PHANTOM STORY
Class Winner
      Rolls-Royce, Phantom III, Drophead Coupé, Vanvooren, 1937, Anthony Bamford, UK
 
Mention of Honor
      Rolls-Royce, Phantom I, Roadster, Murphy, 1929, Robert Matteucci, US
 
CLASS D: MADE TO MEASURE
Class Winner
      Ferrari 250 GT Europa, Berlinetta, Vignale, 1954, Jaime Muldoon, MX
 
Mention of Honor
      Pegaso, Cupula, Coupé, Enasa, 1952, Evert Louwman, NL
 
CLASS E: GENTLEMEN'S RACERS
Class Winner
      Maserati A6G/2000, Berlinetta, Zagato, 1956, Jim Utaski, US
 
Mention of Honor
      Ferrari, 166 MM, Barchetta, Touring, 1950, Clive Beecham, UK
 
CLASS F: HOLLYWOOD ON THE LAKE
Class Winner
      Lancia Aurelia B52, Spider, Pinin Farina, 1953, Orin Smith, US
 
Mention of Honor
      Ferrari 250 GT California, Spider, Scaglietti, 1958, Staffan Wittmark, SE
 
CLASS G: GT MAN HAS ARRIVED
Class Winner
      Ferrari, 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider, Scaglietti, 1972, Detlef Hübner, DE
 
Mention of Honor
     Rolls-Royce, Silver Cloud II, 4-door Convertible, H.J. Mulliner, 1961, Fred Kriz, MC
 
CLASS H: HOW FAST IS FAST ENOUGH
Class Winner
      Lamborghini, Miura SV, Berlinetta, Bertone, 1971, Graham Robertson, UK
 
Mention of Honor
      Lamborghini, Countach LP 400, Berlinetta, Bertone, 1976, Albert Spiess, CH
 
CLASS I: TWO SEATS AGAINST THE STOPWATCH
Class Winner
      Maserati, 60/61 Birdcage, Spider, Allegretti, 1959, Andreas Mohringer, AT
 
Mention of Honor
      McLaren, M1-A, Open Prototype, McLaren, 1964, Egon Zweimüller, AT
 
Special Prizes
Trofeo FIVA (To the best preserved pre war-car)
 
      Farman, A6B, Coupé de Ville, Million Guiet, 1925, Petr Turek, CZ
 
Trofeo ASI (To the best preserved post war-car)
 
      Lamborghini, Countach LP 400, Berlinetta, Bertone, 1976, Albert Spiess, CZ
 
Special Prizes by the Jury
Trofeo BMW Group Classic (For the most sensitive restoration by the Jury)
 
      Ferrari, 212 Europa, Berlinetta, Vignale, 1952, Bradley Calkins, US
 
Trofeo Rolls-Royce (To the most elegant Rolls-Royce by the Jury)
 
      Rolls-Royce, Silver Cloud II, 4-door Convertible, H.J. Mulliner, 1961, Fred Kriz, MC
 
Trofeo Vranken Pommery (To the best iconic car by the Jury)
 
      Porsche, 911 Carrera RS, Coupé, Porsche, 1973, Marco Betocchi, IT
 
Trofeo Foglizzo (The best interior design by the Jury)
 
      Alfa Romeo, 6C 2500 S, Cabriolet, Pinin Farina, 1946, Christopher Ohrstrom, US
 
Trofeo Roeckl (For the best overall appearance of car, driver and passenger by the Jury)
 
      Mercedes-Benz, 770K, Cabriolet D, Mercedes-Benz, 1937, Mikhail Opengeym, RU
 
Trofeo Auto & Design (To the most exciting design by the Jury)
 
      Pegaso, Cupula, Coupé, Enasa, 1952, Evert Louwman, NL
 
Trofeo Automobile Club di Como (To the car driven from farthest away)
 
     Isotta Fraschini, 8A SS, Convertible, Castagna, 1930, Karol Pavlů, SK

 

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