TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE FROM MAY 2019
OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
All events that take place in the streets of Knokke-Heist during the ZOUTE GRAND PRIX® are freely accessible to everyone, with the exception of the ZOUTE SALE® by Bonhams and the ZOUTE CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE® by Degroof Petercam, .
The exclusive cars of the ZOUTE TOP MARQUES® are lined up along the Kustlaan and the Zeedijk. They can be admired from 7 a.m. until midnight. The start and finish of the ZOUTE RALLY® can be followed live at the Zeedijk across from the Albertplein (on Thursday 10, Friday 11 & Saturday 12 October). The same location is used by the paricipants of the ZOUTE GT TOUR® by EY and the ZOUTE CONCOURS D'ELEGANCE® by Degroof Petercam on Sunday October 13 to show their automobiles.
ZOUTE CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE®
by Degroof Petercam
The general public has the opportunity to admire the cars in the ZOUTE CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE® by Degroof Petercam at the Royal Zoute Golf Club between 10:30 am and 7pm on Saturday and between 9.30am and 3.30pm on Sunday.
We will be presenting a limited number of exceptional cars over the weekend of the Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 October. This year, the concours has a number of eye-catching firsts for the public.
The spotlight will be turned on the Formula 1 icons and the BMW M1, and a particular attention will be called to the 70th anniversary of Porsche and Land Rover. Visitors can admire the selection of more than 70 elegant world-class pre-war and post-war cars at the Royal Zoute Golf Club in Le Zoute. For the first time, the vehicles will not only be shown on Fairway 1, but also on Fairway 18!
During this two-day event, the classic cars will be submitted to the judgement of an international jury of experts. Alongside the classical mentions and trophies, exclusive special prizes will be provided by Degroof Petercam and Lebeau-Courally.
Children aged 10 and over are welcome. For the safety of everyone involved and the classic cars, we are unable to let the under 10s into the event.
The concours d’élégance is held on a golf course, so dogs cannot be admitted.