Don’t know about you, but I’m getting really sick of winter. Seems the only time the sun shines is when it’s too cold to go outside. So here’s something to look forward to, even if it is several months away.
The Historic Motor Sports Association (HMSA) has declared Ferrari to be the feature marque at this summer’s 2014 Sommet des Lègendes, to be held July 11-13 at the Circuit Mont-Tremblant. They’re expecting to have Ferrari makes that have competed in the FIA Manufacturers Championship of Makes (Testa Rossa, 512 series, 250P series, etc.), as well as production based Ferrari race cars from the ‘60s and ‘70s (250 GTO, 365 GTB/4 and BB/LM) on the track. A Ferrari only race is in the works.
Of course there won’t only be Ferraris out, cars from all the HMSA classes are welcome. See their website for details, but that includes early Grand Prix cars and both purpose built and production cars from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s. More information can also be found on the Circuit Mont-Tremblantwebsite. I see they have a few other events scheduled, including a Spring Classic on the May long weekend, and a Ferrari Festival in late June.