Past Best in Show cars will return to Concours of Elegance, when it celebrates its 10th anniversary on 2-4 September 2022.
The event will take place at Hampton Court Palace, in west London, and will welcome almost 1000 vehicles over the three days.
The class of previous winners will join a display of more than 70 cars, including Prince Charles’ Aston Martin DB6 Volante, all vying for 2022’s coveted Best in Show award.
The 1930 Bentley Speed Six ‘Blue Train’ Coupé will be hoping to emulate its success at the event’s 2013 edition.
This car wears impressive Gurney Nutting-designed coupé coachwork and is powered by a 6½-litre, Le Mans-spec engine.
The Bentley earned its nickname after Woolf Barnato – a former chairman of the company – declared at a party that he could beat a train from Cannes to Calais in his Speed Six Coupé.
He backed up his claim by not only beating the train to Calais, but also making the journey across the channel and back to London before the train had pulled into the station.