The 2022 edition of the historic Krems at the Cernobbio Hotel saw the French sports car built by Fanforen win the “Best Show” award. “It’s the most elegant,” says Lorenzo Ramaciotti, head of the jury.
Cernobio – The 1937 Bugatti 57 S by Andrew Bisker has won Concorso d’Elegance Villa d’Este 2022. The Bugatti 57 has always been an icon of style and one of the most expensive models in the world Reinterpreted in this version with a mathematical version (And that explains why the initials are S) thanks to the 3.2-liter V8 engine and short, high-performance chassis body, created by French vehicle maker Vanvooren and inspired by the lines of the Art Déco cultural and artistic movement.
looking for elegance
Elegance was precisely the criterion that guided the jury chaired by Lorenzo Ramaciotti to assign the most prestigious award, the title of “Best Show” to the Bugatti 57S.
“Elegance is what sets our competitors apart and is a selection criteria that has allowed this competition to become the most important and sought after in the world,” says Corriere Motori Lorenzo Ramaciotti, former head of design at Pininfarina and the Fiat Chrysler Group. .
50 cars divided into seven classes
Andrew Pisker 57 S got the best of it About fifty fierce opponentsCars are among the most valuable and valuable ever built, often worth a millionaire. Seven chapters division of samples shown for the 2022 edition, including one dedicated exclusively to BMW M, the sports division of the Bavarian manufacturer (Event Partner) which this year celebrates its first 50 years of work.
It was the same for Ferrari, which has had a dedicated class for 75 years and eight competing models including the legendary 365 P Berlinetta Speciale Three Seats from 1966, one of two models that once belonged to Gianni Agnelli and Luigi Chinetti (historic Reds importer in the USA).
May 22, 2022 (change on May 22, 2022 | 17:05)
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