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Vintage Ferrari Concours Judging Returns to Monterey

Concorso Italiano is excited to announce the return of Ferrari Club of America-Pacific Region Vintage Ferrari Concours (VFC) judging. Tish Thinesen, the FCA-PR Director of Concours, will lead the judging effort with the support of an experienced and highly talented team of judges. The VFC judging is open to all pre-2009 Ferraris and will be judged using the International Advisory Council for the Preservation of the Ferrari Automobile (IAC/PFA) Guidelines.

Ferrari owners who want their cars judged in the VFC are strongly urged to register immediately. Ferrari owners who have previously registered their automobile should call Concorso Italiano to sign up for registration. There is only a limited amount of space available in each class. The judging fee is $35. If you are not already registered, please register today. Be sure to click the box requesting your car to be judged.

This takes place on Saturday, August 19, 2017 at Black Horse Golf Course in Monterey Bay California, where Concorso Italiano will once again be a key part the traditional Monterey Automobile Week. Concorso Italiano’s unique format features more than 800 - 1000 vehicles of Italian origin, and its atmosphere is on the vehicles on display, conversations between people who love and appreciate them, and elements of Italian style such as fashion, food, music and art – all of this on the beautiful grounds of the Black Horse Golf Club.

2017 Vehicle Registration Options:

  • Italian Vehicle ($150.00) - Includes admission for the driver and one passenger as well as snacks and coffee in a marque specific Hospitality Tent.

  • Global Exotics Display ($160.00) - The Global Exotics display is brought to you by Heacock Collector Car Insurance. Includes admission for the driver and one passenger as well complimentary snacks and coffee in the Global Pavilion Hospitality Tent.

  • Italian Motorcycle Registration ($75.00) - Includes admission for the driver as well as complimentary snacks and coffee in the hospitality tent.

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Images from Keith Bluemel, Olivier Bidaud, Vincent Yernaux, Hugo Garritsen.

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