Rolex Monterrey Classic Car Contest Completed

More than 550 classic cars challenged the Laguna Seca Speedway for a total of 2.238 miles, with a total of 11 curves and challenging spiral turns, this event is the most popular of its kind. One of the famous events. The four-day Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion was successfully concluded on Sunday, August 19, at the Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey, California. More than 550 classic cars challenged Laguna Seca Speedway for a total of 2.238 miles, with a total of 11 corners and challenging spiral turns. This event is one of the most famous events of its kind.
    The Rolex Monterrey Classic Car Competition invites classic cars and riders from all over the world to participate, showing the car’s glorious past to the car audience, and also encouraging owners to continue to care for and preserve precious vintage cars, so that future generations can also enjoy.
    The theme of this year’s Rolex Monterrey Classic is to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Shelby Cobra, and to commemorate the legendary driver Carroll Shelby (1923-2012). The most notable among the many events was the Shelby Cobra event on Saturday. Forty-five CSX 2000 and CSX 3000 original Shelby Cobra cars participated in this commemorative race, and their position is reminiscent of the style that these cars won many times decades ago.
    In Sunday’s event, eight pre-World War I vintage cars attracted the attention of the audience, and the oldest among them was the 1907 Renault Grand Prix driven by Alan Travis.
    As always, many racing enthusiasts gathered here during the Monterey Classic Car Week. In addition to watching the races and exhibitions, the rich party programs really made the fans happy. This year also holds the world’s most elegant exquisite vintage car rally, multi-million dollar auctions and parades.
    Rolex-sponsored Pebble Beach Tour d’ Elegance has always been popular with car fans. This event was first held in 1998 to celebrate the car race with the region’s picturesque racing tracks; pine Berlin, impressive cliffs, the beautiful crescent-shaped bay Carmel-by-the-Sea and more . Vehicles gathered around Collins Field in Pebble Bay that morning, and then they started marching together. The spectacular parade can be watched at many locations along the way. Participants can enjoy a gourmet feast at Carmel, where the vehicle will be displayed on Ocean Drive for two hours before returning to Pebble Bay in the afternoon and celebrating with champagne near the end.
    Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance is one of the most exquisite racing events in the world. Concours is not a racing race. It is an event that appreciates the accuracy, technical level, style, and elegance of selected race cars and motorcycles-the purpose is to praise and encourage the preservation of the world’s greatest vehicles.
    Concours emphasizes attention to detail and the pursuit of excellence, held in Pebble Bay, a resort known for its exquisiteness.
    Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance started in 1950 and has since become the most competitive collectible car show event in the automotive world. The event celebrates charitable fundraising and celebrates some of humanity’s greatest inventions, as well as auctions, sales and special exhibitions of art and vehicles. About 200 of the world’s rarest and most beautiful vehicles are invited to Concours.
   Rolex has supported auto racing since the 1930s. Since then, Sir Malcolm Campbell, a well-known British driver and holder of multiple land speed records, has been wearing a Rolex Oyster watch. He even broke through 300 miles per hour in a Bluebird in September 1935, creating a miracle of speed at that time with an amazing result of 301 mph (484 km / h).
    Today, Rolex sponsors three types of races, including endurance races (such as the 24-hour Le Mans endurance race in France), vintage car events, and vintage car appreciation events. Rolex also sponsors other classic car events including:
Goodwood Revival, England-vintage racing races produced before 1966
    The Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, hosted at the Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey, California, attracts hundreds of vehicles every year. Rolex has been the title sponsor of this event since 2001.