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Concorso d'Eleganza Major Awards
Concorso Major Awards – 97 points or higher qualifies a car for Major Award consideration
Concorso Class Awards – Platino (Platinum) – 97 points or higher; Multiple awards in each class
Your Ferrari Is Judged Solely Against Itself not against any other cars in your class. There are multiple Platino winners in each class. Your Ferrari only needs 97 points or higher for a Platino and be eligible for Major Awards.
The Tour of Palm Beach Cups
Presented at The Breakers Party Friday evening.
The Grand Touring Cup
Presented at The Breakers Party on Friday evening, for Peoples’ Choice Finest Ferrari.
Best of the Best Award
If you win a 2021 Best of Show at the Cavallino Classic Concorso, you are eligible for consideration for the 6th Annual Peninsula Hotel Best of the Best Classic Award. The Best of the Best is chosen from only 8 of the top Concours around the world, and the Cavallino Classic is honored as one of these select shows.
Classic Sports Sunday
Major Awards Decided by Peoples’ Choice:
- Best of Show
- Finest GT
- Finest Competition
- Most Elegant
- Most Unique
- Ladies’ Choice
- Gentlemen’s Choice
- Personal Favorite “If I could take one home…”
Marque Awards Decided by a Committee of Expert Judges
- Best in Class
- Multiple Excellence in Class
Proposed Marque Classes
pre-war & post-war class for each
best of the best
2020 Cavallino Classic Best of Show Wins Peninsula Classics Best of the Best Award
1954 750 Monza Prototype, s/n 0428 MD, Takes Top Honors
The Annual Best of the Best Award is for the Finest Automobile chosen from the Bests of Show from only the 8 leading Concours d’Elegance shows in the world.
- 2005 to 2014 – Sponsored by Louis Vuitton
- 2016 to 2020 – Sponsored by The Peninsula Hotels
For the entire Best of the Best history, the Cavallino Classic has been one of those 8.
The Cavallino Classic was once again invited to be part of the Annual Best of the Best Awards presented The Peninsula Hotels. A selection is made of the Bests of Show from the 8 finest Concours Shows in the world. A Committee of International Judges then decides who is the Best of the Best.
Our 2020 Best of the Best Winner
The Cavallino Classic Best of Show is the 1954 750 Monza Prototype, s/n 0428 MD, from Tom Peck. Our congratulations!
The Cavallino Classic has won 3 times, in 2012, 2019 and 2020.
- The 2019 Cavallino Best of Show was the 1958 335 Sport, from Andreas Mohringer, and it won the 2019 Peninsula Classics Best of the Best Automobile in the World.
- The 2012 Cavallino Best of Show was the 1962 250 GTO, from Charles Nearburg, and it won the 2012 Louis Vuitton Classics Best of the Best Automobile in the World.
We thank all our Cavallino Classic Best of Show winners for entering Ferraris each year worthy for consideration for this Award.
A Concours Show becomes one of the Best Eight for many important reasons, including:
- It has achieved a recognized brand status for quality and sustainability.
- It has a proven attendance of important individuals & collectors who attend every year.
- It has a proven attendance of the highest quality classic automobiles.
- It has a strict and comprehensive judging system.
- It has superb organization.
- It is held in a destination known for beauty and hospitality.
Please see the quick video of the reveal from February 9. More details to come as we get them.
concorso ferrari judging
An Unrivalled Experience
The power of 97
What does it mean?
The Cavallino Concorso d’Eleganza is the one true place to solidify your car’s reputation, with the ultimate accolade – 97 points gives you a Platino Award!
Important Note: Your Ferrari is judged only against itself, not against the other Ferraris in its class. The classes are grouped so that the judges have sufficient time to devote to each Ferrari entered for judging.
The Cavallino Classic subscribes to the judging guidelines as formulated by the International Advisory Council for the Preservation of the Ferrari Automobile (IAC/PFA).
These guidelines have been found to be the most logical, the most comprehensive, and the fairest of any other proposed format. The Committee was formed over two dozen years ago by a group of enthusiasts whose goal was to improve judging standards at Ferrari shows.
“The key purpose of the Concours is to promote the preservation of the Ferrari in its original state. Therefore, the primary focus of the judges will be on originality, authenticity and condition….”
Please see the IAC/PFA Judging Guidelines here.