Posted by on Sep 13, 2017

To be invited to the celebrations for Ferrari’s 70th anniversary in Maranello was one thing, but then to be invited to be a member of the Jury of the Concorso d’Eleganza was something else. As we all know, Enzo Ferrari (1898 – 1988) was the man who gave his name to the production of some of the world’s fastest and most beautiful sports and racing cars ever built. The leading Italian coachbuilders, Carrozeria Touring, Pininfarina, Vignale and Ghia competed to make ever more desirable bodies for these amazing Ferrari chassis. Ferrari’s history is imbued with legendary automobiles of style and performance. It was fitting then that to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the marque established by Il Commendatore, that the automotive world gathered together in Italy to pay tribute to these magnificent masterpieces of engineering.

Presenting 2nd place prize for the Open Air Power Class to Tom Hartley Jnr and his 1963 250 California Spider