Bespoke Handling returns to the UK concours circuit for 2023, proudly extending its relationship with Thorough Events and the continued sponsorship of both the London Concours and Concours of Elegance. This year, Bespoke Handling will also be helping to bring even more colour to one of London’s greenest spaces. Among the selection of rare and exciting cars on display at the Honourable Artillery Company will be a carefully curated collection within the ‘Make Green Great Again’ class, showcasing the best examples finished in various shades of luscious green.
“Artillery Garden is one of the most beautifully maintained patches of greenery in London, and green is a colour that holds a significant amount of heritage in British automotive history, both in racing and with some iconic road cars, so we are very proud to be supporting the ‘Make Green Great Again’ class for the London Concours,” explained Bespoke Handling Chief Executive Officer, Gary Ayles. “We proudly run a fleet of dedicated enclosed vehicle transporters which are all finished in green, so we have an affection for the colour, and the selection of cars which have been selected for the class will certainly showcase it in its best light.”
The 2023 London Concours takes place 6-8 June and, as with previous years, will bring together a world-class selection of rare and exciting cars from owners and collectors across the three days. In a continuing role of Official Transportation Partner, Bespoke Handling will provide logistical support, managing and coordinating the transportation of these vehicles on behalf of owners, exhibitors, and manufacturers, at one of London’s most iconic venues.
Andrew Evans, London Concours Director added: “We’re excited to partner with Bespoke Handling again for London Concours 2023. They’re always a delight to work with; a highly knowledgeable, deeply passionate team operating at the very top of their field. We couldn’t have asked for a better partner for the hotly anticipated ‘Make Green Great Again’ class, and look forward welcoming guests the Honourable Artillery company at the start of June.”