This year, the Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s in Plymouth, the classic car extravaganza long held at Meadow Brook Hall in Rochester Hills, will put a latest twist. On July 29, proprietors of typical cars from throughout the country will have the possibility to drive on Michigan International Speedway.
A particular “100 Years of Indy” class of 33 vintage Indy cars, which will be on exhibit for the Concours show, will be part of the racetrack affair. Spaces in the track affair are restricted.
Classes will be built up based on the competence of the cars, preparation and protection. Every group of cars to strike the track will be of the same vintage and presentation levels. Groups will series from 8 to 15 cars. Every car is anticipated to obtain a minimum of four separate runs on the raceway.
The Concours d’Elegance of America will go to the Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth this coming July 31.