Concours events, which began in Paris in the 17th century, were a way for aristocrats to parade their horse-drawn carriages during summer weekends and holidays. While the mode of transportation has changed, the aim remains the same: displaying classic automobiles for the enjoyment of the public. Last month, with permission from the ruling government, London hosted a socially-distanced Concours across two days in the beautiful gardens of the historic Honourable Artillery Company Headquarters. Over 120 cars, from the automotive classics of the 50s and 60s to more recent icons, were presented to the public. The Peak highlights four of our favourites from the show on the following page.