"Thanks Mike. If you ever need an "assistant" at your race photo shoots, then give me a shout ;-) Would love to do that. Do I qualify ? See www.pix4kix.com and let me know."
If you're ever out in Colorado please let me know and we'll see about getting you and your camera (or car!) to one of our events. I assist as photographer and chief of marketing and publicity for Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing. You can contact me via email@example.com. I don't have a travel budget to get out to other events yet. If I can ever get the money together to make it to Lime Rock, Watkins Glen or other tracks out your way for photos I'll let you know.
Thank you for being part of our VRL community.
Would you have an interest in learning more about our business
objective - aggregating the supply and demand side of the global
$50 billion car aficionado market?
Warmest personal regards - Stephen
Stephen J. L. Page
The Vintage Racing League
8350 N. Central Expressway
Tower 1, Suite 1500
Dallas, TX 75206
Currently i am the editor of the site. It is really a hobby for me to discuss cars like the 412 that i find interesting.
I would love your comments subjective or otherwise about the 412..actually i expect you to be subjective since it is your car. Otherwise any info about your car is appreciated.
550's are awesome. I have had four Ferrari's in my adult lifetime. Two 8 cylinders and two 12 cylinder's. I dont think I will be without a 12 again. It just defines for me what Ferrari is all about. As for the Barchetta. Well I think its a keeper. In the world we live in today the days of 12 cylinder, topless or convertible, manual stick transmission Ferraris are behind us!! I doubt we will ever see another Ferrari with this combination. Jon
Go to the Groups tab and write Ferrari in the SEARCH box
Press the Ferrari Owners group link.
When you are in the Ferrari Owners Group, press the "Join this Group" link and you will become a member.
Repeat for all the Groups you want to join.
Good luck - Stephen