Concours d'elegance Paleis Het Loo 2014 made it to the final 6 in the International Historic Motoring Awards 2014. We are proud of this achievement specially if you look at the competition joining us on this list. Thank you all for your support!
HIGHEST NUMBER OF VISTORS EVER AND WORLD CLASS WINNERS: CONCOURS D' ELEGANCE PALEIS HET LOO 2014
Aided by a unique collection of classic and modern cars and of course the beautiful weather, the eleventh edition of the Concours d'Elegance Het Loo Palace in Apeldoorn attracted a whopping 21,500 interested visitors. A new record for the biennial event. The sublime Hispano Suiza Cabriolet de Ville from 1929 by Hans Hulsbergen was named Best of Show. Classic cars see a growing interest from the general public. The huge crowds on the lawns and basse court of the Palace Het Loo supported this statement. For the first time more than 20,000 car enthusiasts visited the festival in Apeldoorn. A total of fourteen awards were handed out to a wide variety of winners in various classes, including 100 Years of Maserati, Gentleman's Sportscars, Renault Post War and other beautiful pieces from the broad history of the automobile. And that is exactly what the Concours d'Elegance Het Loo Palace in Apeldoorn is all about: a fantastic collection of great classic cars at a very special location: the gardens of the royal Palace. The organization of the event is done by two petrol heads with an excellent feeling of quality and car culture. And with their long track record they know exactly how to meet the expectations of visitors, participants and sponsors and how to make them come back next time for another successful episode of car culture in the lowlands. In short: great event, beautiful scenery and an organizer deserving to win.