The evening will begin at 6:30 PM, at which time you?ll be able to meet the new General Manager, Mr. Philippe Lancksweert, as well as Mr. Alan Woodard, Service Manager and Glenn Weltz, Parts Manager. Past model introductions at the Beverly Hills dealership have been spectacular, with lots of guests, great food, and fanfare.
Ferrari of Beverly Hills is located at 9372 Wilshire Blvd. in the city of Beverly Hills. See the newest Ferrari as well as a completely redecorated showroom and service installation.
Please RSVP to Tammy at the FCA Office (800) 477-7166 x107 or Kathy at Ferrari of Beverly Hills (310) 275-4400.
Bobileff Motorcar Co. is located at 9924 Mesa Rim Road, near the Mirimar area. This is a great opportunity for you San Diego-area members to dust off the steed and meet some new friends.
For more information, please call Judd Goldfeder at the FCA office. For directions to Bobileff Motorcar Co., please call Gary Bobileff at (619) 622-1600.
This event, presented by the Ferrari Owner?s Club is a new type of event for us but promises to be loads of fun. Here?s the deal:
SCCSCC is the Southern California Council of Sports Car Clubs. This sort of slalom, also known under the SCCA name of SOLO II, consists of a road course, laid out in the parking lot at Irvine Meadows/Lion Country Safari, using traffic cones and chalk lines. The correct date, which has moved around a bit, is December 7th, with the first car out at about 10:30 AM. And we care because it is a safe, fun, low cost way to drive the pants off our cars.
The course will be challenging, with many turns and straights ? basically a sea of cones for you to navigate in your Ferrari. You?ll get an opportunity to walk the course and try to commit it to memory and then you?ll get to test your driving skills against the clock and other Ferrari owners.
This is a great competitive event that offers no risk and is easy on the car. The worst you?ll go home with is possibly some "cone blood" on your spoiler. Also, since this is a run/work event, you?ll get an opportunity to watch other drivers techniques and mistakes as you shag some cones.
All you need is a safe car, with normal seat belts and a secure battery. Bring a helmet (Snell or ANSI approved) if you have one, otherwise there should be some loaners at the event. That and $25 gets you into the fun. For more information, contact Diane Millard at (310) 861-6992 or SCCSCC at (818) 249-5761.
All in all, it only takes about half a day and is loads of fun.