Each year, a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania plays host to one of the best concours that you've likely never heard of.  Held on the grounds of the oldest foxhunt in the United States, the Radnor Hunt Concours d'Elegance features vintage and current vehicles from most high-end manufacturers, with this years focus on Packard and Alfa Romeo.  Even still, Audi presence at the event was quite strong, making the Concours a must-see for fans of the brand with four rings.  Luckily for us, Denis Podmarkov was kind enough to send over his images from the show.


When thinking about a Concours, the latest and greatest from any given brand is usually toward the end of the list of things to expect.  And for the most part, that's still very much correct.  Radnor Hunt is quite literally packed with vintage metal of all makes and eras, including a display of horse drawn carriages and coaches.  But for those among us who're more into the latest and greatest, Radnor's got you covered in that category as well.


Audi brought quite a few new models for display on the show grounds, including a new TT roadster, as well as the Q7, R8, facelifted A6, Q5 and much more.  In addition to the brand's display, more Audis could be found in adjacent lots, thanks in part to a cruise organized by the Audi Club of North America's Mid-Atlantic chapter.


Thanks to Denis Podmarkov for attending and contributing the photographs for this story. To see more from the Radnor Hunt Concours d'Elegance, click here .