More than 250 of the world’s finest classic automobiles will be on display at the 20th Greenwich Concours d’ Elegance, May 30-31 in Roger Sherman Baldwin Park on a verdant peninsula in Connecticut’s Greenwich Harbor. One of those, the only Ferrari P3/4 racecar ever built, will be driven to the event by its owner, this year’s Grand Marshal, Jim Glickenhaus.
Glickenhaus is renowned among automotive connoisseurs — especially Ferrari collectors — for restoring, preserving and driving some of the world’s rarest sports and racing cars. He will drive, not trailer, the 1967 Ferrari P3/4 — one of the world’s most valuable Ferrari racecars — from his home in nearby Rye, New York, to the Concours grounds. His very special Ferrari, chassis No. 0846, won the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona and also raced that year at both the Targa Florio and Le Mans.
The Greenwich Concours has always uniquely presented two separate concours fields over its annual weekend: On Saturday, the Greenwich Concours Americana features American cars, and Sunday’s Greenwich Concours International is exclusively for imported sports, competition and touring cars. Each day features some 125 cars and awards trophies for Best-of-Show, Peoples’ Choice and various classes. For complete information, including driving directions, please visit www.GreenwichConcours.com.