The I.C.E.


After a forced two years-hiatus, The I.C.E. — International Concours of Elegance — St. Moritz finally staged on the spectacular 45 centimeters-thick, frozen surface of Engadin’s most glamorous lake: the perfect set for an entire day of beauty and elegance, seasoned with genuine automotive passion.

More than 50 dream cars, split in five categories, took part to the event, riding around the icy track for two consecutive sessions, capturing the attention of enthusiasts, public and media who came massively from all over the world.

The high level of cars competing for the win made the work of the jury quite difficult, having to choose and announce the winners after a long deliberation.

Here’s the visual list of the winning queens, prize by prize, class by class.

Best in Show

1933 Alfa Romeo Tipo B/P3

Jet set on ice

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose Alloy

Stars on wheels

1968 Lamborghini Miura P400, chassis 3586, star of the opening scene in Peter Collinson’s The Italian Job

Vintage road racing

1967 Morris Mini Cooper S ex Works

Barchettas on the lake

1953 Jaguar C Type, owned by the same family since 1970s

Vintage Grand Prix

1939 Maserati 4CL


1963 Ferrari 250 GTO, chassis 4219 GT

Spirit of St. Moritz

1971 Fiat 130 Villa d’Este

After the prologue edition happened in 2019, we had to wait two years in order to realize this dream, born exactly 37 years ago. It’s the result of the patience and the work of those who collaborated. We would like to thank the automotive partner, the sponsors and the exhibitors which have renewed their trust. A special thanks goes to all the media, photographers and influencers who follow us and to the large group of enthusiasts of all ages and nations who, with their enthusiasm, contribute year after year to make The I.C.E. St. Moritz the beating heart of a Top of the World event

Marco Makaus, creator and patron of The I.C.E.