The 44th Concours d’Elegance organised by the Alfa Romeo Owners Club (Kenya)

The Commercial Bank of Africa will kindly host the launch of the 2015 CBA Africa Concours d’Elegance regulations and the Premiere of the TV programme. This major motoring and social occasion will be held on Thursday February 26th in the Panafric Hotel at 6:30 p.m.

If you wish to avoid traffic problems you are welcome to arrive early to link with the Alfa Romeo Owners Club Committee and Concours officials.

A list of the 20 classes for all makes and types of cars and motorcycles is attached to this bulletin together with an entry form. Please complete the form and submit your entry on, or before February the 26th.

The printed regulations will be available in the near future and will be circulated to potential entrants before the launch function. Meanwhile the regulations are available on the event website www.concourskenya.com .

TAKE HOME 20,000 SHILLINGS

Following the TV Programme Premiere there will be a lucky draw for three prizes of 20,000 shillings each. Competitors who have submitted their Concours entries on, or before the gathering at the Panafric on February 26th will be eligible for a chance to take home one of the three prizes of 20,000 shillings.

 

NO INCREASE IN ENTRY FEES

There has been no increase in the entry fees for the 2015 CBA Africa Concours d’Elegance. The normal entry fee remains 3,500 shillings per vehicles and competitors entering more than one vehicle will pay a fee of 3,000 shillings for each of the additional entries.

MORE AWARDS FOR NEWCOMERS

To continue developing the mix of seasoned and new competitors and to bring to the Concours cars and motorcycles which have not been seen before at the Nairobi Racecourse additional prizes have been introduced for 2015.

 

Already the highest placed newcomers are recognised by the presentation of the Peter Hughes Memorial trophies and cash prizes and this year there are awards for the best car and motorcycle making a first appearance at the Racecourse, or contesting the Concourse after an interval of five years, or longer. There will also be prizes for the car and motorcycle competitors who have made the greatest improvement since the previous year’s Concours.

SEARCHING FOR A CLASSIC?

If you are searching for a classic car it may be worthwhile to look at three which are on offer in Mombasa. There are being sold by Julian Fay who can be contacted by phoning 0734337785.
UGANDA VINTAGE AND CLASSIC AUTO SHOW

This year’s Uganda Vintage and Classic Auto Show (the Uganda equivalent of the CBA Africa Concours d’Elegance) will be held at the Sheraton Gardens in Kampala on Saturday July 11th. This worthwhile event is run by a group of cheerful hardworking motoring enthusiasts who have involved Michael Hughes, Brian Nicol, Peter Wanday and Bob Dewar in previous years.

It is hoped that Kenya based Concours competitors will travel to Kampala to contest the 2015 Uganda Vintage and Classic Auto Show. The brief regulations and entry details are available from the secretary Sheila Otim. The email address is sheilaotim@yahoo.com and the phone numbers are +256 782 110 742. It should be noted that entries are limited to cars made in 1990, or earlier.

 

LOOKING FORWARD

We are greatly looking forward to seeing you on Thursday February 26th at 6:30p.m.in the Panafric and to receiving your entries for the 2015 CBA Africa Concours d’Elegance.