Owning a classic car and experiencing the fascination of automotive history is something special. But experiencing it up close and personal within an international network of classic car fans, alongside the pioneers and idols of historic motor sport, is a genuine highlight for any classic fan.
The Credit Suisse Classic Car Program creates a forum for this, and the ever-expanding network of classic car enthusiasts throughout the world is testimony to a quite extraordinary fan club.
Since 2004, the Classic Car Program has been the author of its own success. In just a few short years, Credit Suisse has transformed customers and co-workers who share a fascinating passion into genuine fans. Their very own rallies, sponsorship of outstanding classic events, and its own collection of historic vehicles underline Credit Suisse’s commitment to the classic car scene.
CLASSIC CAR COLLECTION OF ITS OWN
Credit Suisse’s deep involvement with the international classic car scene is documented by its own vintage car collection. Three Porsche 356s and an Austin-Healey Sprite Mkl (below) feature regularly in the Classic Car Program and are driven by Credit Suisse customers and employees at beautiful rallies.
EXCLUSIVE CLASSIC CAR RALLIES
In addition to sponsoring international classic events at Goodwood, Monaco and Pebble Beach, Credit Suisse organises two of its own classic car rallies every year, inviting around 30 international teams to special locations on each occasion.
Whether tricky mountain trials in the Swiss Alps, sun-soaked coastal roads on the French Riviera or narrow village lanes in the Italian provinces, there is something to cater to every taste. The classic car owners enjoy a great time, both on the road and at gorgeous venues. They witness many unforgettable moments and funny stories, making it easy for them to foster their personal network.
Further information on the Credit Suisse Classic Car Program can be found at: www.credit-suisse.com/classiccars
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