Concours D’Etat - Rules 2017

Objective

The Club’s foremost objective in organising Concours events is to encourage the owners of Aston Martins to preserve, maintain and present their cars in as clean and near original condition as possible.

Classes

The entry will be divided into the following classes:

ClassDescription
Pre-War: Aston Martin models from B&M up to Speed models, Spa models and Atom
Feltham: Post-War Aston Martins from 2 litre to Mark III
Newport Pagnell 6cyl: DB4 up to DBS models
Newport Pagnell 8cyl: DBSV8, V8, V8 Zagato, Virage and Vanquish models
Bloxham: DB7 variants
Gaydon: DB9, AMV8, V12, DBS, Cygnet, Virage, One-77, Vanquish, greater than 3 years old
Modern: DB9, AMV8, V12, DBS, Cygnet, Virage, One-77, Vanquish, less than 3 years old
Lagonda: Post-War Lagondas
Associate: Other Classic marques entered by AMOC Members
Pride of Ownership: Aston Martins in more regular use or modified from character of original model
Competition Cars: Aston Martin racing and competition cars
Entry on the Day: Aston Martins entered on the day
Invitation: Cars entered by the invited Club for the specific meeting
Elite: Previous winners of the first eight Classes above

With the exception of entries in the Lagonda Class, which is also open to Members of the Lagonda Club, and the Invitation Class which is open to members of the invited club, the entrant must be a current Member of the Aston Martin Owners Club. The entrant must be the owner and attend the event in person rather than the restorer or agent and be on hand while the car is being judged to assist the judges. There is a need for transparency in the presentation of a car and a restorer’s work should be noted. Overall mileage of the car may be taken into account at the discretion of the judges when comparing a recently produced model with a much older one.

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