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Coastweek -- 1966 PEUGEOT - Tor Allan drives his Peugeot 404 for judging at the 2017 CBA Africa Concours d’Elegance.  He is expected to enter this fine car in this year’s event which will be held by the Alfa Romeo Owners Club on September 30th at the Nairobi Racecourse.
All Set For 2018 CBA Africa Concours D’elegance

Coastweek -- Advanced preparations for the 2018 CBA Africa Concours d’Elegance are underway with the approved regulations posted on the event website

Rated as the classiest event on the Kenya Motor Sport Calendar this edition will be the 48th in the annual series organized by the Alfa Romeo Owners Club and the seventh to be sponsored by CBA.

September 30th has been listed as the date for the Concours by the Kenya Motor Sport Federation (KMSF).

Potential competitors in Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda will soon receive the list of classes and entry forms by post and email.

Later the printed regulations will be issued in time for the official launch in March.

Last year 31 competitors from outside Kenya subjected their cars and motorcycles to the scrutiny of the judging team.

The objective of the Concours is to reward the owners of well-kept cars and bikes of all makes and types and give them the opportunity to win the overall awards and the prizes for the top three places in each of the 20 classes.

Competitors will also benefit from the results of the analysis carried out by the officials showing which features of the cars and bikes require upgrading for better results in the future.

Judging for cars commences with an inspection of the underside using the Total Quartz inspection ramp.

Afterwards the cars are driven in front of the racecourse grandstands for checks on the external paint work, the interior and boot and the engine.

Participants wearing costumes are assessed after the completion of the technical checks. Motorcycles are marked in a similar way in the racecourse parade ring.

Recognizing the harsh economic situation in Kenya and the region the entry fee remains the same as last year.

To qualify for the Concours cars must be made in 1993, or earlier and motorcycle must be three, or more years old.

For many years the final car class to be judged has been for vehicles made in 1940, or earlier. This is rated as the most important and prestigious category.

A similar arrangement for motorcycles has been introduced by a class for machines made not later than 1960. This will draw two wheeler enthusiasts to the parade ring as the judges check the “Golden Oldies”.

Entries for the event can be made online, or posted with the alternative of delivery to the Concours office at the Bob Dewar Publicity suite on the Second Floor of Block G in Norfolk Towers, Kijabe Street.

The email address is and telephone enquires may be
made by calling landline 3316160, or 2229793, or mobile 0733732032.

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