The Greenwich Concours d'Elegance will host its 23rd weekend on June 1-3, 2018. Recognized as one of the most prestigious classic car shows in the United States, the 2018 show will feature production and race cars created in the 1950s by the iconic Briggs Cunningham. Miles Collier, founder of The Revs Institute, has been named the Grand Marshal for this year's event. According to a press release, the Revs Institute in Florida includes cars acquired from the collection of the late Briggs Cunningham, a family friend. The release lists the 1952 C-4R Le Mans roadster from the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Philadelphia and most of the 25 Vignale-bodied C-3 coupes and cabriolets as featured cars in the show. On the Saturday of the two-day event, cars from one of Cunningham's most notable race-car drivers, the late John Fitch, of Lime Rock, Conn., will also be on display. "A highly-respected driver of the '50s and '60s, Fitch was also a safety pioneer and a World War II fighter pilot. The 1966 Fitch Phoenix, owned by Charles Mallory, of Greenwich, Conn., will be part of the display, along with the 1952 Fitch-Whitmore Le Mans Special." "This will be the most comprehensive collection of Cunningham race cars, touring cars and team cars assembled at one time and place, ever, including at the factory," Cunningham collector and historian Charles Schoendorf, of Rowayton, said in the release. "A turnout of cars like this will not happen any time soon again, if ever." Cunningham was an America's Cup skipper, race-car builder, driver and team owner. He Lived in the Greens Farms section of Westport, Conn. from the '20s through the '60s. He died in 2003 at the age of 96. Sunday's Concours will host a special display of Jaguars, with a focus on the rare pre-war SS Cars. The SS 100, SS 90, SS 1 Tourer and SS 1 Coupe are all scheduled to be shown.