Chantilly Arts and Elegance Richard Mille

The 2015 edition of Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille will be composed of rarely exhibited cars.A large period of the history of the automobile will be covered with, in particular, the class of "Car of the ACF Grand Prix" whose first edition dates back more than a century (1906).

The monsters of the competition will definitely be honored with the categories "Bugatti: The Racing Car", "Formula 1 from 1966 to 1972" and "Grand Tourism, from the city to the track." Machines from tours and rallies will face even within the same class, "Jean Todt: 40 years of race".

Finally, less athletic creations find their place in the categories reserved for "The Famous Ladies' Cars ", for "iconoclasts Interiors" or the "Europeans chassis and American Engine".Ten Classes• The Automobile Club de France Grand Prix Cars• The Untouched Cars from the Interwar Period• Tribute to Bugatti: the Racing cars• The Iconoclastic Interiors• The Famous Ladies' Cars• European Chassis & American Engine• Grand Touring cars: From the city to the track• Formula One Grand Prix Cars from 1966 to 1972Special Classes• Jean Todt: 40 years of Motor Racing• Tenth class disclosed during Rétromobile show (February 4, 2015)Collectors wishing to file an application can now complete and return the file available here: open the page.Last September, the Concours d’Etat brought together a hundred cars among which was distinguished for the Best of Show: a Delahaye 135M Cabriolet bodied in 1938 by Figoni et Falaschi, owned by the great American collector Peter Mullin and his wife Merle.A Concours, Three Challenges With its success, the progress of an "Elegant Sunday in the Countryside" will always offer in 2015 its competition on the bottom of many animations. Indeed, the Jury will award its prices for the following three challenges:• The Concours d'Elegance which rewards the combination of a car manufacturer (concept car) and a fashion house (top model).• The Concours d’Etat which enshrines the "Most Beautiful Car in the World" in each of the classes and will distinguish a "Best of Show".• The Grand Prix Club that honors the quality of exhibited cars and the best director on the occasion of a "Lunch on the Grass".