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Ferrari 410 Superamerica PF Coupe s/n 1449SA
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CONCOURS FIELD

CLASS 1 - PRE 1956

166 MM Barchetta Touring

0058M Lorenzo Zambrano


CLASS 2 - 250 AND EARLIER

250 GT PF Cabriolet  S2

2587GT Robert Weiss

250 GT PF Cabriolet  S2

3655GT Bud Strotheide


CLASS 3 - 275/330

275 GTB

07633 Ted Waibel

275 GTS

07653 David Fitelson

275 GTS

07787 Peter McCoy

275 GTS

08631 Tim Reynolds

275 GTB/4

10303 Tino & Lynn Migori

330 GTC

11449 Jim Walters


CLASS 4 - 365/SA/SF

410 Superamerica

0715SA Chris LaPorte

410 Superamerica

1449SA Peter Kalikov

500 Superfast

5981SA Elliott Grossman

500 Superfast

8083SF Mike & Becki Dunn

365 GTB/4

14303 Larry Carter


CLASS 5 - EARLY 2+2

330 GT 2+2

07725 Susan Scheussler

330 GT 2+2

07761 E. Jeffrey Barney

330 GT 2+2

09235 David Hoffman

365 GT 2+2

11151 Bert & Bobbi Smith

365 GT 2+2

11727 Bill Bowdish


CLASS 6 - DINO

246 GT

02654 Steve Schwartz

246 GT

03068 Mike Epifanio

246 GTS

07954 Michel Houx

208 GT4

11168 Janice Kirkpatrick


CLASS 7 - 308

308 GTB

19551 Art Zafiropoulo

308 GTS

24081 John Asselta

308 GTS

24691 Kurtis Mitchell

308 GTB

29139 Anthony Singer

308 GTS QV

46913 Tom Olin


CLASS 8 - 328

328 GTS

61071 Pete LoBianco

328 GTS

65269 Tim Greenshields

328 GTS

79210 Peter Johantgen


CLASS 9 - 348/355

348 Challenge

93016 Pete LoBianco

348 Speciale

95114 Alan Neal Wilson

348 Challenge

98197 Walt Cunningham

F355 Berlinetta

101029 Samuel Steinberg

F355 Berlinetta

102271 Stim Kennedy


CLASS 10 - 512

512 Bbi

43799 Richard Baumgart

512 TR

95229 Lou Ficco

512 TR

97029 Jeff Ippoliti

F512 M

100797 George & Janet Desko


CLASS 11 - 288/F40

GTO

57697 Wesley Hatakeyama

F40

86056 Gerald Vincent Johnson

F40

86954 Gordon Clark


CLASS 12 - LATE 2+2

3.2 Mondial Cabriolet

75815 Robert Lewis

Mondial t Cabriolet

85307 Lou Menditto


CLASS 13 - RACING

750 Monza

0538M Todd Morici

312 PB

0880 Bill Noon


Other Ferraris Of Note On Display And In Attendance

500 Mondial  Spider

0468MD Jon & Mary Shirley

250 GT SWB Berlinetta

2689GT Greg Whitten

250 GTO ('64 body style)

3413GT Greg Whitten

250 GTO

3729GT Jon & Mary Shirley

250 GT Lusso

? John Tarr

250 GT Lusso

5597GT Wayne Harvey

330 GTS (Harrah Targa Top)

10913 Bob Donner

365 GTB/4C Conversion

13771

365 GTB/4

15747 xx Turner

GTO

56653

F40

82728

348 Challenge

93016

F40 LM

97904 Ferrari Florida

F355 Challenge

? R. Zinzell

360 Challenge

118780 Ron Adams

F50 GT1

001 Art Zafiropoulo

312 F1

0007 Todd Morici

642 F1

122 Tom Murphy


MAJOR AWARDS

Coppa GT - Concours, Road Test & Track Evaluation

348 Challenge

98197 Walt Cunningham

512 TR

97029 Jeff Ippoliti

328 GTS

61071 Pete LoBianco


Enzo Ferrari Memorial Award - Best Of Show

410 Superamerica

1449SA Peter Kalikov


Luigi Chinetti Memorial Award - Outstanding Ferrari Road Car

166 MM Barchetta Touring

0058M Lorenzo Zambrano


Phil Hill Award - Outstanding Ferrari Competition Car

750 Monza Spider

0538M Todd Morici


National Preservation Award - Outstanding Unrestored Ferrari

512 Bbi

43799 Richard Baumgart


Classic Ferrari Award - Outstanding Restoration of Pre-1974 Ferrari

500 Superfast

8083SF Mike & Becki Dunn


Forza Ferrari Award - Outstanding Ferrari Built In the 1950s

750 Monza Spider

0538M Todd Morici


Ferrari Legend Award - Outstanding Ferrari Built Before 1956

166 MM Barchetta Touring

0058M Lorenzo Zambrano


Strada Automobili Award - Outstanding 250 GT + Owner Involvement

250 GT PF Cabriolet S2

2587GT Robert Weis


Grand Touring 2+2 Award - Outstanding 2+2 Ferrari Driven Regularly

Mondial t Cabriolet

85307 Lou Menditto


Dino Ferrari Award - Outstanding 2-Series Dino + Owner Involvement

246 GT

03068 Mike Epifanio


Contemporary Ferrari Award - Outstanding Ferrari Built 1975 And Later

GTO

57697 Wesley Hatakeyama


Forte Award - Outstanding Flat 12 Ferrari

312 PB

0880        Bill Noon


Alla Vettura Pronta Per Il Salone Award - Best Prepared 8 Cylinder Ferrari

F40

86056 Gerald Vincent John


Ferrari Formula Award - Outstanding Formula Ferrari

312 F1

0007 Todd Morici


All'abitacolo Piu Autentico Award - Outstanding Authentic Interior

330 GT 2+2

07761 E. Jeffrey Barney


Keith Bluemel

Colorado Springs, 5 - 9 July, 2000

The Ferrari Club of America held their Year 2000 Annual Meet in Colorado Springs with the majestic Rocky Mountains as a backdrop to the proceedings. The venue for the gathering was the five star Broadmoor resort hotel to the west of the city, nestling at the foot of the majestic mountain range that contain the 14100 feet high Pikes Peak, famous for the annual 4th July hillclimb, known as "The Race To The Clouds".

Event registration commenced on Wednesday 5 July, but many participants arrived the day before to witness the hotel's spectacular Independence Day firework display across the lake, accompanied by a live orchestra on the terrace.

There were no specified activities on the registration day, so once participants had registered, they were free to avail themselves of the extensive hotel amenities, browse the club's silent auction display and mercado area, or simply go sightseeing, of which there were plenty of varied attractions close by.

Thursday was concours day held in the grounds of a country club on the Broadmoor estate, and as can be seen from the list of cars entered, attracted quite a broad range of Ferrari production over the years. Apart from the concours examples, there were a number of display only cars that swelled the numbers and added breadth to the gathering. One of the most unusual and rarest examples that appeared, was the rarely seen in public 330 GTS Harrah Targa, chassis number 10913, that appeared in the December 1969 edition of "Road & Track" magazine. The period conversion work was done in the Harrah Collection workshop in Reno, Nevada, and features a brushed stainless steel roll hoop and black vinyl covered removable roof panel, that stows in the boot when not in use, with a long flowing tinted rear screen, very much in the mould of the Porsche 911 targa models of the period. The current long time owner is Robert (Bob) Donner who has it on the appropriate Colorado license plate "TARGA". The work may offend purists, but it was a period transformation at the whim of the original owner, and is a unique example of how one man wanted his Ferrari to be that little bit different, in the spirit of the specialist coachwork creations of the fifties. However, everybody in attendance welcomed the opportunity to see this rare car, and were extremely grateful to Bob Donner for bringing it out for display. Although early cars were relatively thin on the ground there were examples of both eleven louvre and triple louvre 500 Superfast, and a fine pair of black 410 Superamericas, for lovers of the leviathans. The racing aspect was not ignored, with Symbolic entering a 312 PB, and Formula One representation was courtesy of Todd Morici with his 312 F1 and  Tom Murphy with his 642 F1 car. The major awards are appended below, apart from which there were individual class awards, plus eight Coppa Bella Macchina awards for those scoring 95 points or more in their class and 100% in the road test on Friday morning.

On Friday morning participants had the choice of a morning tourist rally taking in some of the regions spectacular scenery, or a drivers school at Pikes Peak International Raceway on a combined oval and infield circuit. Here Derek Bell tried his hand at the wheel of Art Zafiropoulo's F50 GT1. With an artificial chicane on part of the banking and using conservative rpm, he lapped within 10% of the outright record held by a Ferrari 333 SP, making one wonder what might have been had the project reached fulfillment.

The weekend was primarily circuit activity at PPIR, with the participants split into groups that reflected the type of car and level of driving ability, with sessions set aside for passenger rides. It is not ever day that one can experience the music of a V12 F1 engine at full song, particularly in the United States, so the laps put in by Tod Morici in his 312 F1 were greatly appreciated by all, as were the fewer laps of the Tom Murphy 642, which was experiencing some gear selection problems. Art Zafiropoulo had tweeked the suspension settings of the F50 GT1 to suggestions from Derek Bell, and put in a large number of laps in the awesome car, feeling that the set-up changes had worked, making the car more comfortable to drive. Everybody appeared to be having fun exercising their machinery without the constraints of speed limits, of note being Elliott Grossman in the 500 Superfast. The worst casualties during the whole weekend were a loss of some tyre rubber in spins from a couple of drivers, with fortunately no major mechanical maladies or bent panelwork.

The gala dinner and concours prizegiving took place at the International Centre adjacent to the Broadmoor on the Saturday evening, and next year's venue was anounced to be in Texas in June, so if you want to savour Ferrari Texas style, note the date in your diary now.

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