10 years of commitment to classic cars.
Through its unique Classic Car Program, Credit Suisse has engaged with the classic car and historic motor sport communities for many years by organizing bespoke classic car rallies, as well as by supporting some of the world’s leading historic motoring events.
This includes the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique, the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and the Goodwood Revival, where Credit Suisse helped to restore and officially reopen the motor circuit’s iconic Race Control building in September 2013.
Throughout 2014 Credit Suisse celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Classic Car Program internationally by passionately supporting and participating in some of the leading historic motoring events:
During the 2014 Grand Prix de Monaco Historique in May (9-11), Credit Suisse again built the Drivers Club as a ‘Chalet Suisse’ and presented the 4th Credit Suisse Historic Racing Forum. The Monaco Classics rally took place in parallel, with the Credit Suisse Classic Car Rally Parade on Saturday on the legendary Monaco race track providing a unique rally highlight. Sir Stirling Moss led the Parade in a 1959 Maserati 3500 Vignale driven by Classic Car Auction Yearbook publisher Adolfo Orsi.
At the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance weekend in August (14-17), Credit Suisse guests participated in the Tour d’Elegance and the Concours on Sunday, and Credit Suisse became a partner of the successfully launched Pebble Beach Classic Car Forum.
The Goodwood Revival in September (12-14) also saw a full program of activities including the 5th Credit Suisse Historic Racing Forum in the restored Credit Suisse Race Control building. The panel discussion was broadcast by Goodwood Radio and can be downloaded on this website.