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Classic Car Program

Introduced in 2004, the Credit Suisse Classic Car Program has become immensely popular. Over the past decade, Credit Suisse has built a network of friends and enthusiasts who share a passion for classic cars. Its partnership of outstanding classic events, including its own rallies and its collection of historic vehicles, underline Credit Suisse’s commitment to the classic car scene.

Friends of the program include Derek Bell MBE, Jochen Mass and Alain de Cadenet. Credit Suisse also continues to support and celebrate some of the leading historic motoring events, including the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique and Goodwood Revival.

“For the tenth consecutive year, it is our pleasure to present you the Classic Car Auction Yearbook, the trusted auction guide for classic car enthusiasts that started 25 years ago. We thank our co-authors Adolfo Orsi and Raffaele Gazzi for yet another exceptional edition. Sponsoring the Auction Yearbook is an integral part of Credit Suisse’s long-standing commitment to the classic cars scene.”


Chief Executive Officer

Credit Suisse International Wealth Management

Adolfo Orsi


"On Living Between Ferrari and Maserati"


Partner of Leading International Classic Car Events

The Grand Prix de Monaco Historique, legendary historic racing weekend, is held every other year on the world-renowned Formula 1 race track. During the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique, Credit Suisse hosts racers, VIPs and media at the Credit Suisse Drivers Club. The Club also stages the Credit Suisse Historic Racing Forum.

Credit Suisse’s other classic car sponsorship is the iconic Goodwood Revival which encapsulates the original period of Goodwood Motor Racing (from 1948-1966). The event is widely accepted as the most unique historic racing festival in the world. As part of its continued partnership with the Goodwood Revival, Credit Suisse helped preserve the Goodwood Motor Circuit’s historic Race Control building, which was reopened after extensive restauration in 2013. The building has long been an iconic feature overlooking the Circuit, and Credit Suisse Race Control forms a central part of Credit Suisse’s activities during the Revival.

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Credit Suisse Classic Car Program