A look at one of the Northeast's most prestigious events.

The 2022 edition of the Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week has come and gone, leaving fantastic memories, images, and awards behind. For the prominent concourse event, 65 judges from five countries and 180 cars from the USA and Europe showed up in hopes of taking home one of the prestigious class awards.

As the automobiles laid out on the lawn at The Breakers mansion, the former home of the Vanderbilt family, the judges and guests perused around each and every one of them. For the guests, it was a chance to see some incredibly rare models that are hardly ever shown. As for the judges, they peered over every detail in search of the class winners.

For the coveted Best In Show award, which was given to the 1930 Bentley Speed Six owned by William Medcalf of Vintage Bentley (seen above). The People's Choice award was handed to the 1931 Bugatti Type 51 Dubos Coupe from the Nethercutt Collection (seen below).

People Choice award winner

“I am proud of everyone involved with this year’s event and thrilled we were able to give car people the opportunity to get together and share their stories and create new memories,” said Audrain CEO Donald Osborne.  “We were thrilled to share Newport with everyone in attendance and I am sure they came away with a newfound love for our island and the hospitality they received.  Our team will continue to look for ways to elevate the experience for future Motor Weeks and establish our place in the global concours world.”

You can see all of the other winners down below, as well as a gallery of the event. The next Audrain’s Newport Concours d’Elegance will be held on Sunday, October 1 with the 2023 Concours & Motor Week beginning on September 28th.

Class winners:

  • 30 Under 30 American – 1968 Chevrolet Corvette convertible owned by Zachary Klopack
  • 30 Under 30 BMW – 1976 BMW 2002 coupe owned by Bradley Trepanier
  • 30 Under 30 Foreign – 1974 Datsun 260Z owned by Colin Ivan
  • American 1920 to 1932 – 1932 Duesenberg Model J Dual Cowl Phaeton owned by Allen Shay and Kirsten Hansen
  • American 1933 to 1940 – 1938 Packard 1604 by Mayfair owned by The Marano Collection
  • American Luxury 1945 to 1980 – 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II Coupe owned by John and Jim Keesee
  • American Sports Cars 1945 to 1980 – 1965 Ford Mustang convertible owned by Karen & Bruce Weiss
  • Aston Martin – 1933 Aston Martin Le Mans Roadster owned by Mitch & Wendy Gross
  • British Sports Cars 1945 to 1980 – 1966 Ford GT40 Mk I owned by Janus Associates
  • Cadillac – Standard of the World – 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham owned by John Boccardo & Derek Esplin
  • Custom Cars pre-1975 – 1938 Lincoln Zephyr owned by David Jolly
  • Early Brass Era – 1908 Rochet-Schneider owned by Marilyn Schuster
  • Elegance & Speed – 1967 Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada owned by Doug Cohen
  • European Luxury 1920 to 1935 – 1930 Bentley Speed Six Saloon owned by William Medcaf/Vintage Bentley
  • European Luxury 1935 to 1940 – 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Sports Tourer owned by Rob Kauffman/RK Motors
  • European Luxury 1945 to 1970 – 1948 Delahaye 135 MS Cabriolet owned by Mark O’Neill
  • European Sports 1920 to 1940 – 1931 Bentley 4 ½ Litre Supercharged Vanden Plas Tourer owned by Peter Goodwin/Time to Drive Holdings, LLC
  • European Sports 1945 to 1980 – 1980 BMW M1 Coupe owned by Neal Heffron
  • Ferrari – 1952 Ferrari 212 Inter Low Roof Coupe owned by Brad and & Buzz Calkins
  • Jaguar – 1935 SS Cars Limited SS1 Airline Saloon owned by Jim & Lisa Hendrix
  • Motorcycle – 1977 MV Agusta 750 S America owned by John Lawless
  • Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost – 1912 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost London to Edinburgh Tourer owned by Ann Brockinton Lee/The Robert M. Lee Collection

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