Fountain Hills, AZ — Organizers are preparing to welcome another record crowd for Saturday’s 7th Concours in the Hills, featuring famous race cars that include the 1966 Sebring-winning GT40 driven by Ken Miles; Jacques Villeneuve’s championship-winning March Formula Atlantic; the Paul Newman/Scott Sharp Oldsmobile Trans Am; the Lola T70 Can-Am Simoniz Special; the 1982 Eagle Indy car driven by Kevin Kogan; and a 1958 Echidna 58, one of only three built and the 1959 SCCA champion.
If you’re coming to the event, please stop by the Vintage Motorsport/Racer tent to talk with Nick Lish, our Circulation & Promotions Manager. Nick will have free issues and coupons for $5 off the subscription price for both magazines.
Concours in the Hills is now the largest car show of its type in Arizona, drawing entries from all over the state and as far away as California, Nevada and Colorado. Show Founder Peter Volny attributes the success to the venue that includes gently rolling hills surrounding a lake with America’s tallest fountain and a backdrop of rugged mountain peaks.
The show will be officially opened by Arie Luyendyk, Derek Daly, Didier Theys, Paul Tracy, Lyn St. James and Harley Cluxton with the “start your engines” announcement.