ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for the second annual Concorso Ferrari Palm Beach, presented by Ferrari Club of America (FCA), Palm Beach Chapter.
When: Saturday, November 16, 2019
Where: at the beautiful Abacoa Golf Club, Jupiter, FL.
The Concorso is open to FCA members and Ferrari only and the number of entrants must be limited. Judging by experienced FCA judges will be optional for any entrant with a Ferrari more than five years old and conducted generally using IAC/PFA guidelines. The Concorso Committee has made some changes that will make the 2019 Concorso more exciting for attendees.
The Concorso will again honor POST (Pediatric Oncology Support Team), headquartered in West Palm Beach. Scott Shrader was named co-chair of this year's Concorso.
Register Your Car for Judging: Click to Register (more than 5 years old model).
Register Your Car for Display Only: Click to Register (any Ferrari and all newer models).
Volunteer: We have great volunteer opportunities, to volunteer or be a committee member for this special event. Click to Volunteer
Sponsor: Limited sponsorship opportunities exist, to explore the options, email us at email@example.com.
Registration fee per Ferrari is $50 which includes the event poster.
Concorso Ferrari Palm Beach 2018 was attended by more than 1500, participants or attendees brought more than 100 Ferraris.
Sixty one historic, classic and modern Ferraris were displayed on the green at the beautiful Abacoa Golf Club, Jupiter, Florida. This first Concorso honored POST (Pediatric Oncology Support Team), headquartered at St Mary's Medical Center, West Palm Beach.
Although every registered Ferrari was special, the following were included on the Concorso show field: 1956 290MM (Mille Miglia winner); 1959 250 PF Coupe; 1960 250 GT SWB Berlinetta; 1967 275 GTB/4; 1972 Daytona Coupe; 1991 F40; and 2003 Enzo among many others.
Larry Wilson"s beautiful 1972 246 GTS Dino was presented by representatives from McPherson College (https://www.mcpherson.edu/category/auto-restoration/). The Ferrari Club of America sponsors scholarship opportunities at McPherson in connection with their highly regarded automobile restoration program.
Don Fort's beautiful 1973 365 GTS/4 (Daytona Spider) won Best of Show and Platino (Platinum))