On Sunday, September 4, the two-day Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille Chantilly Antique Car Show ended. On this autumn weekend, the entire Chantilly castle has become an open-air museum with antique car treasures. This event revives the glorious traditions that originated in France, and combines the most unique avant-garde concept cars designed by car manufacturers with stylish and elegant living styles. In just two days, the exquisite car exhibits opened the eyes of the Quartet guests.
Mr. Richard Mille and more than 13,500 people celebrated the holding of the third Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille Concoursd’Élégance. This is one of the most exquisite competitions in the world, where media guests and collectors meet unexpectedly. Many Richard Mille friends and partners of the Richard Mille brand have also been invited to celebrate this wonderful moment-including Jean Todt, Michelle Yeoh, Cyril Kongo, Wyd • Wayde van Niekerk and John Malkovich, an internationally renowned film star, producer and director who has recently joined the Richard Mille family of Richard Mille.
The weekend’s event elegantly showcases the past, present and future. On September 3, the first day of the auto show, the classic car rally started. On this sunny day, many of the world’s most gorgeous cars debut. A major innovation this year is the addition of a second rally, limited to supercars from the 1980s to the present. The 25 racers are all male. They drove their peerless cars, explored the countryside of Chantilly, enjoyed climbing the Pondron mountains and riding on the Mortefontaine test track. pleasure.
Visitors flocked to this 155-hectare (383-acre) park and garden designed by Lenault on Sunday just to see the world’s most gorgeous and extremely rare car manufacturing technology: from World-renowned designers’ body manufacturing technology, glorious classic racing cars and works brought by the greatest designers of this era. Distinguished Italian manufacturer MV Augusta unveiled the new ‘atelier’ motorcycle designed by Zagato, which all visitors and the media admired. Built by Milan’s master-class bodybuilder, its first show in Chantilly.
At the same time, the third Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille Chantilly Antique Car Show celebrates the 50th anniversary of FIA President Jean Todt’s career, and he has written many magnificent poems in motorsport. This time he reunited with his previous car, including the famous Scuderia F1, Peugeot 205 T16 and 504 RallyeGroupe 4. These cars have helped him win the championship in his past career.
There are also many workshops and exhibitions at the Chantilly site. It aims to commend the characters in the history of automobile development and interpret the art of French life. All this attracts a large number of visitors who travel with their families. The ‘The Grand Condé, rival of the Sun King’ exhibition held in the National Gallery of Modern Art showcased to the public more than 120 works of extraordinary significance and historical documents, including outstanding works borrowed from famous museums in France and other countries.
Of course, the top priority of Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille’s Chantilly Antique Car Show must be the exciting competition. During Sunday’s celebrations, 40 experts, including Jean Todt, were invited to serve as judges for three car races. The three races are the Concours d’Élégance, which determines outstanding car designers and their futuristic cars; the Concours d’État for classic cars, and the Club Awards ( Grand Prix des Clubs), which rewards those clubs that collect classic cars and reproduce their historical value.
DS E-Tense and its car models received the highest honor and highest award at the event: the classic Coucous d’ Élégance. The model’s clothing was designed by women’s clothing brand Eymeric François. This award brings together the most stylish aesthetic and concept cars. Then, a hundred cars competed for the Concours d’ État, and the criteria included any restoration work, the condition of the car, and historical significance. Richard Mill’s ‘Best of Show’ award was given to the Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B, which was produced in 1938 and used a tourist car body. The Concours des Clubs brings together 800 cars from 40 different clubs. In addition to assessing the car’s appearance, repair quality, and assessing the vehicle’s stage setting, it was like ‘an elegant picnic on the grass.’ The winner this year is
Amicale Tricyclecariste de France club.
Mr. Richard Mille and Peter Auto are pleased to announce that the fourth auto show will continue to be held in Chantilly Castle on September 10, 2017. Guests are welcome to reunite the weekend and experience the gorgeous automotive world.