Hexagon Classics is delighted to reveal its role in a new world-class Concours d’Elegance that can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home. This revolutionary online motoring showcase, The Concours Virtual, will fill the void left by the cancellation of concours events the world over, due to the coronavirus pandemic, while raising money for Unicef.
Running from 30th June until 9th August, 150 cars in 15 classes will be judged by more than 40 experts (including Jay Leno, Dereck Bell, Nick Mason, Vicki Butler-Henderson and plenty more!) who’ll have the tough task of selecting a Best in Show. There’s also a People’s Choice Award and Class Favourites, decided by a public vote.
Hexagon Classics is pleased to announce the sponsorship of the ‘70 Years of Formula 1’ class. With a rich history in motor racing, we began our journey racing D-Type Jaguars. Soon to follow came our entrance into Formula 5000 and, during our most adventurous period entered Formula One in 1973/74, with driver John Watson.
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Alongside our ongoing support for Great Ormond Street Hospital for children, we will be donating to UNICEF. UNICEF is the world’s leading organisation for children, working in 190 countries to reach the most vulnerable and excluded children. Coronavirus is the biggest global crisis for children since World War Two. The outbreak threatens children already weakened by war, disease, hunger and poverty, whose very survival depends on health care, life-saving food, clean water and medical supplies.
Proceeds of the Concours Virtual 2020 will be donated to UNICEF, with the aim of raising £100,000.
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