El Villa d 'Este Elegance Contest it took place during the past days 24, 25 and 26 of May. As you know, it is about of the reference event in Europe, based on the historic competition that has been held since 1929 in the incomparable geographical setting of Lake Como, in Italy.
The contenders there are always 50 classics of 'black leg', which compete in eight categories for the Best of Show and other minor prizes. This year, the jury could not resist the presence of a Alfa-Romeo 8C 2900 B Berlinetta Touring from 1937, one of the kings of the tumultuous decade that preceded World War II.
For its part, the public votes a second price known as Gold Cup, which has fallen in this edition in the same car. And it is that the master lines of Touring, in combination with the avant-garde engineering, they are frankly difficult to resist.
Already in a third level, the youngest fans awarded their specific price to the Lamborghini Marzal, colorful prototype of the house of Sant 'Agata Bolognese from 1967. It was not easy for him, since the Ferrari 512S Module, fortunately already recovered from its spectacular fire.
Without wanting information about the rest of the prizes awarded, we invite you to click here. Next, we leave you with the magnificent photo gallery that our colleague Unai Ona has prepared.
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