The 14th edition of the Classic Days, taking place at Schloss Dyck in the Rhineland region of Germany, just completed successfully over the weekend. As one of the most significant outdoor classic car events in the country, it attracted 40,000 visitors to enjoy some time between old racing machines, rare classics and entertainment.
Classic Days 2019 was more laid back and fun-driven compared with other classic car events, but it still attracted plenty of icon vintage cars to participate. One of them was the 1937 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 Aerodinamica Spider, a one-off prototype that is considered the very first modern mid-engine sports car. The castle filled with several pre-war Bentleys, an example of Bugatti Type 35, a few rarely seen Facel-Vegas, to name a few. For those who are more into speed and thrill, racing legend Arturo Merzario driving around in his 1975 championship-winning Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 TT 12 would be a scene difficult to forget. As well as the sight of the Lancia Sport Zagato Prototipo, the lineup of DTM race cars and the orange stand of 72 STAGPOWER which intended to bring back the spirit of Jägermeister Racing.