As summer comes to a close, it’s time to look forward to the autumn season, and with that, a lot of events to consider.
First up, next weekend, is the Lime Rock Historic Festival. While it’s a bit of a drive from the Delaware Valley, it’s one of the best vintage racing events on the east coast. A couple DVAROC members will be racing there and you’re welcome to hang out with us. But wait, there’s more…. Sunday, the track is closed to racing due to a longstanding agreement with the local town. But that means the track turns into an amazing display of cars, including some incredibly special Alfas from the Larry Auriana collection.
Then, closer to home, is the Radnor Concours on Sunday, September 10th. Think of this one as Pebble Beach comes to Chester County.
The following weekend is the Coatesville Vintage Grand Prix on Saturday, September 16th. And, while the “racing” isn’t quite Lime Rock quality, the access to the cars and the hometown feel to the event make it worth stopping by.
Then, my favorite event of the year, the DVAROC Fall Picnic comes up on Sunday, October 8th. Mark your calendar now to attend. Remember, if you have any Alfa related trinkets you’d like to donate as door prizes, we’d be most grateful.
Lastly, in addition to events, I wanted to mention that Jeff Heckman is parting out a 1988 Black Spider Veloce. If you need anything (except the windshield which I already claimed :) give him a call at: 484.802.0087.
I hope everyone has had a great summer. I look forward to seeing you at an event soon!