Period Motoring Attire sponsored by the State of Illinois
For the person who was wearing appropriate dress that in the view of the judges symbolises the motoring attire worn in the Veteran era.
Winner: Chris Bates, participating with a 1904 De Dion Bouton
Historic Veteran Car Award sponsored by Hiscox
For the car with the most impressive provenance in either continued ownership, historical connections, or an unrestored vehicle.
Winner: 1900 Renault, entered by Antonio Calleri (Italy)
Original and / or Unrestored Veteran Car sponsored by Bonhams
The vehicle which most accurately represents the specification of the vehicle when new, in every detail, this may be an unrestored vehicle.
Winner: 1902 Columbia (electric), entered by Bernard Holmes (GB)
The Judges Overseas Award sponsored by Abels Moving Services Limited
An award with no specific or technical criteria, given to an overseas participant as selected as the judge’s favourite of the day for whatever reason – as they see fit.
Winner: 1903 Vabis, entered by Surahammars Kommun (Sweden)
Concours d` Elegance Light Vehicle Award sponsored by Goose Live Events
For the small vehicle which embodies the spirit of the Veteran era, in composition of the coachwork, paintwork, upholstery.
Winner: 1901 Georges Richard, entered by Tim Summers (GB)
The Spectators Choice Award sponsored by Bonhams
As voted by the public for their favourite Veteran of the day.
Winner: 1904 Albion, entered by David Pain (GB)
Concours d`Elegance overall winner
The overall winner as nominated by the Judges.
Winner: 1903 De Dion Bouton, entered by Harold Pritchard (GB)