Prancing in Pasadena, Concorso Ferrari Takes Over Colorado Boulevard Tomorrow

Once a year, a section of historic Route 66 that runs through Pasadena, California becomes awash in red. And tomorrow is that day. Starting at 10 AM and stretching until 3 in the afternoon, Colorado Blvd. will be closed to traffic between Raymond and Pasadena Ave. so that approximately 140 of Enzo’s finest may prance and preen on the pavement.
The annual Concorso Ferrari event is put on by the Ferrari Club of America Southwest Region, an organization whose membership is open to Ferrari owners and aspirants alike. The organizers estimate that there more than 10,000 attendees viewed the Italian iron last year, and with such highlights as an uber-rare 1956 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta, penned by Carrozzeria Zagato, there’s no reason not to expect similar crowds this year.
So if you like Ferraris, or just want to get out of the house, and you happen to be in the LA area tomorrow, come on by – it’s free. And if attending in person isn’t in the cards, don’t worry I’ll be there and so will my camera. Evviva per il rosso!

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  1. Alff Avatar

    Fat Stef sends his regrets.

  2. west_coaster Avatar

    And there are two categories: restored and unrestored.
    Oh, not just for the cars. For the owners' wives.