• The 2019 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance continued to grow in stature this year, but it was the symbiotic cluster of elite auctions that threw up the most interesting results. The collector car market is undergoing generational change, attracting a younger clientele driving prices below $500,000.
  • One of two major automotive Concours d'Elegance and supercar shows held in London last weekend, Salon Privé ran two events: the Chubb Insurance Concours d'Elegance and the Concours Masters Celebration of 70 Years of Porsche.
  • The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance was held last Sunday, with 209 of the most celebrated examples of automotive art displayed on the 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Course, just outside Monterey in California. ​Here are the pick of the pics taken by Angus MacKenzie and Somer Hooker at the event.
  • Rétromobile has been running since 1976, when the most expensive car in the world cost less than $100,000 and long before the term retro had become fashionable. It is one of those places where auctions truly can throw up some remarkable objets d'automotive art. This year it did not disappoint.
  • Monterey Car Week saw more auctions and more cars sold than ever before, but just failed to top last year's sales total. Here's our initial analysis and all the links to the cars which sold into the million dollar club.