Gallery and videos from 2021 Concours of Elegance

Check out all our vids and pics from the fabulous 2021 Concours at Hampton Court Palace

This was my third year attending the Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court and it’s safe to say it’s become my favourite classic car event of the year now. The weather is always great, the variety and quality of cars is sensational, the setting is spectacular and quite simply all the best people come here!

This year I got to meet a childhood hero – the incredible Aston Martin Bulldog (now reborn) in person, got my first look at the brilliant Lotus Emira (and enjoyed a splendid lunch with the Lotus team) and found an unexpected star in the form of a hot-rodder classic Lancia Aurelia. Plus 95 British cars. Thanks so much to my buddy Reza Adil for all his help producing this content – see all our pics and videos:

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1979 Aston Martin Bulldog Concept Car Reborn

Interview with Richard Gauntlett (son of former Aston Boss Victor Gauntlett) at 2021 Concours of Elegance

This is the original 1979 Aston Martin Bulldog concept car now fully restored and reborn, debuting yesterday at the 2021 Concours of Elegance and set to re-attempt it’s 200mph record run. I loved this thing as a kid and had a picture on the wall. Here I interview Richard Gauntlett, son of former Aston boss Victor Gauntlett, he talks me around the car, demonstrates the gullwing doors and explains why this car is still so cool! #BCGEvents

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Classic Indian Royal Rides at the London Concours of Elegance

Two very special vintage cars with very royal and historic Indian connections

At the world-renowned Concours of Elegance held at Hampton Court Palace over the weekend, two of the spectacular array of exquisite vintage and classic cars stood out for their unique connection to India. One was a one hundred year-old Rolls-Royce heavily modified by the flamboyant Maharaja Sir Bhupindra Singh, the other a rare 1904 Napier L49 sold to the then richest man in the world, the Nizam of Hyderabad.

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