The 2022 African Golden Concours d’Elegance closed on Sunday 25 September 2022 at Ngong Racecourse with Adrian Lowe declared the winner.
The event was revived for the first time in 2019 when Wroe drove a spectacular convoy in a Ford Tudor Modela 193 after the Covid-19 outbreak.
Alfa Romeo’s Club President Peter Wandey was overjoyed after this year’s competition.
“The level of preparation has increased considerably, which is great. Some vehicles that previously could not make it to the podium are now on the podium. During COVID-19, individuals work in cars and bicycles. I believe there was no choice.
The 1990 Lancia Delta Integrale makes its debut this Sunday at the Golden Africa Concours d’Elegance. Come see our gorgeous line-up of classic and vintage cars and motorcycles and enjoy a family day out! 🎟Ticket sales: https://t.co/EUqztkE6z4 #competition kenya pic.twitter.com/ODGy9H9AP4
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At the 50th Concours d’Elegance, riding enthusiasts of all ages enjoyed themselves in the glitz and surroundings of Ngong Racecourse.
Lowe scored 282 points for displaying a 1930 Ford Tudor to beat 70 enthusiasts at the 2022 Concours d’Elegance on Sunday 25th September 2022 at Gon Racecourse in Nairobi. did.
Since its inception in 1971, Kenya’s Concours d’Elegance has been held annually. Sponsored by FIM Africa and the Kenyan Motor Sport Federation and organized by Alfa Romeo Owners Club Kenya. The event now attracts an average of 10,000 visitors, making it the largest automotive event in Kenya. African Commercial Bank is the sponsor (CBA).
Catherine Ndung’u, EABL Marketing Manager for the Beer Category, said at the event that this premium opportunity reflects the White Cap Crisp brand’s pillars of luxury, fashion and gastronomy.
“Consumers are always changing. Through venues like the Concours d’Elegance, as a brand we aim to offer our customers a first-class experience,” Ndungu said.
The Alfa Romeo Owners Club hosted the event, which was open to all types of cars and motorcycles.
Argentina, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Malawi, Mauritius, Mexico, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zanzibar and Zimbabwe have submitted entries to the competition over the years.
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