The Pebble Beach Competition Deregans is a major event that will be held in August every year to decorate the finale of the Monterey Car Week. Classic cars carefully selected from all over the world gather and become the best competition. And 2020 will be more intense than ever to win the best of show.
Because, at the 70th memorable Pebble Beach Concour de Legance scheduled for August 16, 2020, all the winning cars will come together.
“These cars are all special ones, embodying the elegance of each era and the cutting-edge technology of those eras. They created a new era and also won awards here at Pebble Beach. “ It's a long history, and in a way, it represents us, the competition is a celebration for these cars, '' commented Sandra Button, chairman of the competition. did.
Of course, other vehicles compete for beauty at the venue. Cars created by Pininfarina, founded in 1930, compete in multiple classes, and Tarbo Lago Gran Sport appears in a special exhibition. Many vehicles equipped with Porsche 917, Carrera Panamericana, and Miller engines will be exhibited. From the antique era, early electric cars were selected, and after the war, a new Iso Rivolta class was prepared. The contents are as follows.
As featured in Steve McQueen's movie “Le Mans of Glory”, Porsche won the first time in 917 in Le Mans 24 hours in 1970 and 1971.
Pininfarina's 90th anniversary
This famous Italian design team has been making cars that are still loved, such as Ferrari, Alfa Romeo and Maserati. It now belongs to the Mahindra Group in India, and its affiliate, Automobili Pininfarina, also manufactures electric vehicles.
Early electric cars
Electric cars appeared in the middle of the 19th century, and at that time it was thought that electric cars swept over gasoline cars.
Tarbo-Lago Grand Sports
Grand sports with a design that combines speed and luxury. According to the concept, it is a more powerful and beautiful car at that time.
Known as the most dangerous race in the world, Carrera Panamericana is a border-to-border open road race that took place in Mexico from 1950 to 1954. Harry Miller's car, known as the genius of the Miller machine, has won the Indy 500 10 times and his engine (the Offenhauser engine based on Miller) has won 29 more times.
From 1953 to 1974, Iso, led by Renzo Livorta and his son Piero, continued to make elegant and technical high-performance cars.
2020 will be an outstanding event. I hope you will visit the memorable year and see a lot of special cars.