The finest classic, luxury and sports cars were on display at South Africa's premier classic-car event
Concours South Africa has attracted a wide audience since the first event in 2016, proving that many South Africans have a shared passion for classic cars. This year's event, which took place from 30 August to 1 September, has been the biggest yet. The venue was a new, dedicated 8 ha site in Steyn City in Midrand, overlooking the Nicklaus Design golf course and award-winning clubhouse. Entries were limited to 100 cars, ensuring that only the top classic cars feature.
Car enthusiasts were treated to a host of special highlights at this year's event
One of the highlights of this year's event was the induction into the South African Hall of Fame of two renowned figures in the motor industry – Basil Green, known for his work with the Ford Capri Perana, and Graham Duxbury, one of South Africa's best-known motorsports commentators and winner of the famed Daytona 24-hour race in the US.
Another special highlight at this year's event was a display of legendary South African race cars, including Tony Viana's Winfield BMW and Jody Scheckter's Group 5 Zakspeed Ford Escort. Made-only-in-South-Africa cars like the Ford Capri Perana, 333 BMW and Alfa GTV6 were also on display. The Daytona Group showcased an array of cars, including a McLaren Senna, no less than five Rolls-Royce models, a superb selection from Aston Martin and a Pagani.
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