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This exclusive Concours d’Elegance, presented by Cartier at the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed, featured a fantastic selection of classic cars. Here are all of the winners.

More than 200,000 people visited the Goodwood Festival of Speed last weekend, but away from the tyre-smoking action on the hill, and the high-adrenaline jumps of the gravel rally stage, a rather more sedate event was taking place on secluded lawn of the Goodwood Estate: The 22nd Cartier Style et Luxe concours d’elegance.
 
For 2017, the secluded event celebrated ‘Peaks of Performance – Motorsport’s Game-Changers’, with each of the classes inspected by a panel of VIP judges. This included Rowan Atkinson, Ross Brawn, Ian Callum, Tony Chambers, Lord Norman Foster, Nick Foulkes, David Gandy, Carmen Jorda, Nick Mason, Catie Munnings, Gordon Murray, Marc Newson, Mike Rutherford, Lord Snowdon and Lucy Yeomans.
 
The best of show award was given to a 1957 Ferrari 250GT Pininfarina Cabriolet.
Results:

Classe 1 FULL STEAM AHEAD - 120 Years of the Stanley Motor Carriage

Winner : Stanley Motor Carriage Company B Type de 1903

Classe 2 THE BEST CAR IN THE WORLD - Rolls-Royces Sublime Silver Ghost

Winner : Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Brewster Landaulet de 1920

Classe 3 -ADD-VANTAGE MR BROWN! - The Bespoke DB Aston Martin

Winner : Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato de 1961

Classe 4 MARANELLO'S MASTERPIECE - The Fabled Ferrari 250

Winner : Ferrari 250 GT SWB de 1962

Classe 5  TRIDENT TESTED - The Intercontinental Maserati GT

Winner : Maserati 3500 GT de 1959

Classe 6  CHEEKY CINQUECENTO - 60 Years of the Fiat 500

Winner : Steyr Puch 500 Modell Fiat de 1957

Classe 7 -GAME-CHANGERS - Genesis of the Hypercar

Winner : McLaren F1 de 1955

Best of Show :

Ferrari 250 GT Pininfarina Cabriolet Série 1de 1957

 

© Bruno Dugauquier