Classes and Awards
Awards will be adjusted according to entries.
"Open" refers to a convertible automobile, not a "Closed" hard top.
Partnering Sponsors Awards
* The term "Grand Saloon" refers to large European sedans or Cabriolets, regardless of manufacturer, ie. Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Daimler.
** A "Porsche Outlaw" is a Porsche-manufactured automobile that has had mechanical, cosmetic, or body modifications made to the way the car ORIGINALLY left the factory. Ruf modified cars are considered Outlaws. Becks are not!
*** A Preservation Class car should have the original matching numbers chassis, body, and engine, or correct engine type for the year that it was manufactured. Of course, the more original the better, but a limit of 20% max repair work can be done, if necessary, on interior, bright work, body, and paint. All mechanical parts need to have been be replaced in kind. It cannot be a replica, clone, or tribute car.
**** If your entry was built in 1998 or later, your entry will belong in one of these two classes.