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Mar 16, 2019   The 41st Italian Automobile Memorabilia Expo. The 41st Ferrari Literature, Art & Model Expo at Continental Auto Sports will be taking place from 9:00am thru 3:00pm.. This is the definitive Italian automobile memorabilia expo in the midwest set among modern and vintage vehicles. You’ll recognize some familiar faces at the show. The address for Continental Auto Sports is 420 E Ogden Ave, Hinsdale, IL 60521. Please contact Tommy Lowther if you have any questions at 501-593-6220.  [See more...]
 
May 18, 2019   Iowa Chapter-25th Annual Car Show. This is the 25th year that Greg & Jeanie Kalmes have hosted many customers and numerous Car Clubs at their Annual Customer Appreciation Event. It officially starts at 2pm and is over at 5pm, some people do arrive earlier and leave earlier. Their business is St. Donatus Body and Paint in St. Donatus, Iowa which is twelve miles South of Dubuque on the River Road. Please contact Stan Reeg at 563-340-3943 or email him at SReeg@rwbaird.com  [See more...]
 
May 19-21, 2019   Ferrari Club Participating In Audi Club Driver School. Ferrari Club Members can particpate in this event, it's a great way to get you Ferrari on the Road America racetrack. Please read the details below. If you have questions please contact Tommy Lowther at 501-593-6220 or email him at momsairline@gmail.com. WHAT: The 2019 edition of the Audi Club Wisconsin Safe Driving HPDE WHEN: Sunday May 19, 2019 until Tuesday afternoon May 21, 2019. WHERE: Road America Plymouth, Wi WHO: Novice drivers through instructors from the US and Canada who want to increase their skill level in safety focused HPDE using their own cars on one of the world’s best road course venues. YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD TO DRIVE IN THIS EVENT. SUNDAY, MAY 19: Details about the check in site and schedule are being finalized. As in previous years there will be registration, tech check and a driver’s meeting. MONDAY, MAY 20: Will start with a quick meeting, then a classroom session for beginner and intermediate drivers. The rest of the morning will be taken up with in-car exercises led by our instructors. They will demonstrate threshold braking techniques, side to side weight transfer in a slalom exercise and an accident avoidance exercise. Classroom sessions continue on and off through the two days. If you are a novice you will be assigned an instructor to ride with you whenever you are on the track. In the afternoon you will go out onto the track. Your instructor will drive you around in your car to show you the line and acquaint you with the track. Instructors drive you at a reasonable and quite reduced speed, as they want you to learn from the orientation. Then you will begin driving the entire track with your personal instructor coaching you the whole time. MONDAY EVENING will bring our banquet and a time to socialize with the other drivers and instructors from the US and Canada. Our sponsors always have cool Audi stuff that we give away or auction off. The banquet at the Osthoff is $30 per participant. Guest dinners are also $30 each. You’ll be able to enter your choice of entree on the registration form. A vegetarian meal is also available. TUESDAY you will have classroom interspersed with a mystery exercise and lots of time on the track to hone your skills. EVENT REQUIREMENTS Audi Club Membership: Audi Club membership is required for instructors. If you are an instructor but not an Audi Club member go to the national club website audiclubna.org or call 262-567-5476 to join. The cost is $49 per year. This can be paid by credit card. You will need your Audi Club membership number to complete the registration process. Students who are not Audi Club members will be assessed an additional fee that will be used to buy them an Audi Club membership. All brands of car are welcome! Convertibles: No convertibles will be allowed to participate in any ACNA driving school which takes place on a “race track”. This includes TT’s, Boxters, BMW Z3’s, etc. Vehicles with factory roof hoops and/or deployable roll over protection will not be allowed. For the above excluded vehicles to be allowed to participate at a “race track” the minimum requirements are: A four-point roll cage consisting of a main hoop behind the front seats anchored by two rear braces. A four and preferably five-point safety harness for both driver and instructor. Arm restraints are recommended but not required at this time. Removable hard tops are not considered structural roofs. The only exception is if they meet minimum “race track” requirements as detailed above. Helmets: All participants must wear a helmet. Helmets must be Snell 2010 (M or SA) or 2015 (M or SA). Helmets with only DOT specification, regardless of year, may not be used. Helmets with both DOT and Snell specification are allowed as long as they are 2010 or newer. Payment: Fees are only payable online with your credit card when you register. See registration form for details. Audi Club Member – Students $495 Non Audi Club Member – Students $545 (up charge funds will be used to buy you a membership in the Audi Club) Audi Club Member – Instructors – $195 (Instructors must be Audi Club members before registering for the event.) Banquet Only – $30 Sign up at http://msreg.com/2019ACWatRA Questions to Mark at mailto::events@audiclubwisconsin.org or call 414-899-1495 Registration closes on May 15, 2019 at 11:56 PM CDT Many automobile insurance policies now exclude coverage for events that take place on a race track. The only way to know if your policy still covers driving schools is to read your policy. If you find that your policy does not cover our driving schools you may purchase event insurance from http://locktonmotorsports.com  [See more...]
 
Jun 09, 2019   Wisconsin Chapter-F-1 Canadian Grand Prix Viewing & Road Tour Party. A fun road tour and F1 viewing party hosted by David Curro. We will meet at David Curro's home at 8:30 am. David Curro's address is: 15125 Kings Ridge Court Brookfield, WI 53055 Schedule of Events for the day: Road Tour meet 8:30am Tour 8:45am to noon Race 1:00 to 3:00 After party 3:00 to Whenever. Please contact David Curro at 414-915-8379 or email him at dcurro1@wi.rr.com  [See more...]
 
Jul 13, 2019   Wisconsin Chapter-Gilda's Club Fundraiser Car Show At Ruth's Chris Steakhouse. Dear Fellow Members, Our annual charity car show is rapidly approaching Saturday, July 13, 2019. For Wisconsin Members that want to drive together we will be meeting at the Pine Cone Restaurant located at 665 Linmar Lane, Johnson Creek, WI 53038 at 9:30am. We then will leave as a group and travel to Ruth Chris Steakhose in Middleton where the show is held. The show starts at 11am in Middleton. This show is open to all car makes. If you have any questions please contact me at 501-593-6220. For those going on the drive after the show, please note that Botham Winery (our drive destination) will be featuring Sangria and Salsa with live music so bring a blanket and a snack! If you plan on attending please contact Tommy Lowther at 501-593-6220 or email him at momsairline@gmail.com if you plan on attending. Thank you for your help supporting our charity! See you July 13th! Tommy Lowther North Central Region Director Ferrari Club of America 501-593-6220  [See more...]
 
Jul 30, 2019   Wisconsin Chapter-Cruise Night-Exotic Night Featuring Italians. The Brew City Cruise Night cruise-in is a great place to see your old friends and make some new ones! The show starts at 5:30 pm and runs until dusk. We have outdoor drink service courtesy of the River Club of Mequon and their public restaurant, nines American Bistro, is also open for delicious food. You can contact Tommy Lowther at 501-593-6220 or email him at momsairline@gmail.com if you plan on attending.  [See more...]
 
Aug 04, 2019   Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance. Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance will celebrate its 15th year of assembling the finest and most historically significant cars from across the country at Milwaukee’s picturesque lakefront. The Ferrari Club will participate in the The Show & Glow Paddock Event at the show! More details to come as we get closer to this date. Most importantly, since its inception, this event has raised more than $350,000 for local charities that improve the lives of children and families. Sunday, August 4, 2019 10 am to 4 pm Veterans Park, Milwaukee  [See more...]