PHOTOS: How the 51st Edition of Concours d'Elegance went down

John Milya (left) received an award for Best Elegant Dress cars category from Justus Kenyory, Head if Finance SGA Kenya. [Elvis Ogina, Standard]

"It's a very good feeling, very special to me. My efforts have finally paid off," he said.

Dominique Antoine, who rode a 1925 Triumph 550 SD bike, won the bikes category, also for the first time. He had come close to winning in previous attempts but had never clinched the top prize. He was ecstatic and proud of his accomplishment.

Motor enthusiast Rob Collinge showing off his ride at the 51st edition of Concours d'Elegance. [Elvis Ogina, Standard]

On Sunday, September 24, the 51st edition of Concours d'Elegance went down at the Ngong Race Course in Nairobi.

The event attracted cars and fashion enthusiasts from across the continent, who witnessed the crowning of the overall winners in both categories.

Felistas Gitau (centre) Deputy MD Farmers Choice with Sarah Nduku (from left) Loice Shiguu, Lucy Odote, and Catherine Mutheu. [Elvis Ogina, Standard]

The event has seen about 70 classic and vintage cars as well as some 40 motorcycles lined up for judgment.

Experts inspecting one of the cars at the 51st edition of Concours d'Elegance.[Elvis Ogina, Standard]

It also has a variety of entertainment for children, live music, a fly-past, and a car and motorcycle parade.

Paul Aineruhanga of Locks Avenue entrepreneur with his 1989 Honda shadow 1100 cc. [Elvis Ogina, Standard]

Part of its highlight is the judgment of the 70 classic and vintage cars and 40 motorcycles under regulations approved by the KMSF.

John Milya ,his son Liam Milya next to his Daimler Sovereign 1974 series 2 at the judging stage. [Elvis Ogina, Standard]

The event not only showcases classic automobiles but also has a variety of spectator attractions including a children's center.