Cavallino Classic 2014 – Competition

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I made my way over to the track to catch some of the action. It’s amazing to see cars older than me rip through the track.

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I found a little cut out in the fence and started snapping away.

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Back on the paddock, there were still a few treasures to be found. Some of the cars out doing laps while I was shooting earlier had come in to pit. They didn’t disappoint.

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As we were leaving, there were two more rarities and non-Ferrari cars that I couldn’t pass up:

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I had never seen a 1975 Renault-Alpine A110 Berlinettein in person before, so I was pretty amazed by its size.

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This Porsche 964 had a rear so wide it would make Nakai-san jealous.

I was pretty beat from a full day of incomparable quality and beauty. Never had I seen so many Ferraris in one place. It wasn’t until I did the photo dump that I realized about 80% of the photos I had taken were of RED Ferraris. I had to review the pictures in small doses because after a while, all I could see was red. Though that’s not me saying it’s a bad thing when that red is what is slathered on some of the finest machines ever built!

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Steve (nurgemedia)