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Heveningham Concours 2024: Gallery and winners

Photography: Heveningham Concours

A panel of judges for last weekend’s Heveningham Concours – containing legendary car designers Peter Stevens and Tony Hatter, racing driver Marino Franchitti, Prodrive chairman David Richards and Octane founder David Lillywhite – declared the line-up of cars at this year’s event the ‘best ever’. The panel worked tirelessly to decide which cars would be crowned winners of the various classes – including some all-new categories for 2024.

The cars on show to the 10,000 visitors ranged from an 1899 Panhard et Levassor to a 2024 Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale. As well as legendary road cars, several competition icons were represented on the lawns, from a 1932 Alfa Romeo Tipo B Monoposto that competed in the Indy 500 five times, to the current Ford Puma Hybrid Rally1 WRC – which was also the star of Heveningham’s ‘Horspower Hill’ live action demonstration run.

One of the highlights of the competition cars was the magnificently beaten-up 1965 Sunbeam Tiger, which had just completed the epic Peking to Paris rally in the hands of touring car driver Patrick Watts.

The 2024 Heveningham concours winners

“The Stylish Years” (pre-war 1886-1945): 1939 12 Rapide Drophead Coupe by James Young

“The Dawning of a New Era” (post-war 1946-1965): 1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Roadster

“Emerging Style” (post-modern 1966-1999): 1968 Alpine 220)

“Speed and Beauty Combined” (performance 1966-1999): 1972 Lancia Fulvia Sport 1600 Zagato

“Faster, Faster” (performance 2000-2024): 2015 Jaguar C-X75 Spectre Stunt Car

“Take Me Ohm” (hybrid and electric): 2022 M-Sport Ford Puma WRC

“The Challenge of Tarmac or Dirt” (race and rally): 1956 Maserati 250F

“Need for Speed” (record breakers): 1922 AC works racing car

Other special awards included “Best in Show” for the Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Roadster, while the 1934 Lockheed Model 12A Electra Junior won the Hanna Aviation Trophy in the Aviation Concours, which took place during the same weekend, as well as the Heveningham Country Fair.

Mrs Deanna Peters won the coveted award for the most stylish car owner, while the most impressive car on Horsepower Hill was judged to be the Ferrari SF90, alongside the 1934 Bentley Barnato-Hassan Special in the “Jalopies” category.

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