All too many supercar owners keep the doors closed on their prized automobiles and do not let them see the light of day, but when rain is in the forecast, even the most daring owners may have to do it as well. Nevertheless, at this year’s Ferrari Concours at the Reading Country Club in Pennsylvania, many owners of a prancing horse decided to make the trip out through the elements.
The 29th gathering of Ferrari’s had a smaller turnout than in previous years, but that was to be expected with the conditions being the way they were the morning of the event. Ultra-rare classics like the F40 were absent unlike the previous year, as much of the event was dominated by F355s, Testarossas and 575s, among others. Algar Ferrari of Rosemont, Pa., lugged a brand new F12berlinetta to the event, along with the scarce 599 60F1 edition. Joining the V12 berlinettas was a rosso mugello 599 GTO which was roped off during the event as it commanded great attention.
Along with the Ferrari group, a few other marques joined the field in accompaniment. Local dealerships McLaren Philadelphia and Maserati of the Main Line were in attendance with some signature cars. A rosso vik Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Spyder Performante, an alumnus of McLaren Philadelphia’s pre-owned inventory, also made its way onto the course to claim the crowd for the raging bull.