A Photo Gallery From Classic Days At Schloss Dyck 2018
Sponsored by Michelin
Two weeks ago, I was kindly invited by Michelin to attend the Classic Days in Schloss Dyck, a very traditional German event in the surroundings of a pristine castle in the west of Germany, which bears some similarities to the Goodwood Festival.
I tried to make it as early as I could on Friday so that I catch the cars in motion and take the best pictures I could. It did pay off as I managed to be there while the event was virtually empty, giving me lots of space to try different shots of the masterpieces there – lots of the cars participating in the exhibition I hadn’t seen before in real life.
As I mentioned before, the place was full of other masterpieces of the automotive history; here is my selection of photos to relive what was the Classic Days Schloss Dyck 2018!
On Saturday very early in the morning, I had the chance to have a talk with the owner of the famous green 300SL Gullwing with an original engine- never restored and with only two owners in its history, it was fascinating to hear a lot of racing stories and experiences with this car. In his company were his wife and the funniest dog, naturally posing for every single shot. (Lucky dog)
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Amazing photos! ??