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Malta Classic 2018 held across 4 days between the 11th and 14th October was another exhilarating national event hosting 70 pre-1975 classic cars.

In its 11th year, Malta Classic welcomed thousands of spectators in the form of car enthusiasts, visitors and families to a celebration of the World’s most iconic automobiles and a true test of vintage speed and style.

The Overall winner for Malta Classic in its 11th year is Joseph Huber with a 1934 Riley TT Sprite.

Mtahleb Hill Climb by Thomas Smith on the 11th October 

1st Place: Michael Pace with a 1975 Honda Civic (Blue) Time: 81.487 seconds
2nd Place: Lucas Pace with a 1975 Honda Civic (White) Time: 82.153 seconds
3rd Place: Micky Hay with a 1973 Fischer Reynard Fury Time: 82.293 seconds

Concours d’Elegance by Mdina Glass on the 12th October 

Winner of the Popular Classics Category: Salvu Galea with a 1973 Ford Escort 1300L

Winner of Unrestored original condition: Mark Vella with a 1973 Volvo 144

Winner of the Pre-War Category: James Armeni with a 1929 Ford Model A Roadster Type 40B

Winner of Elegance Category: Clement de Piro with a 1948 Bentley R Type

Winner of Race Car Category: Egon Hofer with a 1969 Ferrari 212E

Winner of Best Restoration Category: Noel Vella with a 1967 Triumph Spitfire

Winner of the Best dressed category:  Hugh & Judy Mayes

Mdina Grand Prix – 13th & 14th October

Overall Malta Classic Mdina Grand Prix Winners:

1st Place: Joseph Huber with a 1934 Riley TT Sprite. 

2nd Place: David Stephenson with a 1928 Bugatti T35

3rd Place: Vincent Tourneur with a Porsche 356 Speedster 

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