The 2023 Greenwich Concours is near

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It’s nearly June, which means its almost time for the beloved Greenwich Concours d’Elegance. The show has been held annually since 1996 in Greenwich, Connecticut, located just 30 miles from the heart of New York City and overlooking the Long Island Sound. This year, it’s happening June 2-4.

Full disclosure: Hagerty has been an active sponsor and participant in the Greenwich Concours for many years. The deep tradition of the Concours combined with Hagerty’s mission to save driving for future generations created an ideal opportunity for the purchase of the event in 2019. “Outstanding events like the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance get people excited about cars, and that’s what it’s all about. That’s how we’re going to save driving and car culture for future generations,” said Hagerty CEO and Concours Chair McKeel Hagerty.

Saturday features the new Concours d’Sport, with cars from, and inspired by, the world of motorsports, followed by Sunday’s traditional Concours d’Elegance, highlighting post-war American, Italian and English automobiles and more.

Connecticut native Wayne Carini, the acclaimed restorer and Hagerty Drivers Club columnist, will be Grand Marshal, and the show will include a special class of cars from his private collection, including many seen on his TV series, Chasing Classic Cars.

Greenwich Concours Carini
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There are six featured classes for Saturday’s Concours d’Sport: Racing Legends, RADwood street cars built for the track (homologation specials), Cars of Greenwich Avenue, Supercar Celebration, British Racing Green (English modern), and On Fire (rods and customs).

For Sunday’s Concours d’Elegance, featured classes include prewar Alfa Romeo, Class of ’63, East Coast Coachbuilder’s Classics, Greenwich Beach Cruisers and two motorcycle classes: Exotic Italian and Best of Britain. Organizers are planning for 150 cars each day, with a total of 15 judged classes on Saturday, 18 on Sunday. There’s also a special afterglow party Saturday night on the waterfront.

For additional information on the show and how to attend, visit

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