There used to be this guy called Rob on the I-Club, went under the name of Volvo Killer. He used to do a lot of Scooby work on the side at the shop he worked at. He used to give me pretty good deals, but I am not sure if he still does that stuff, or even works there. The shop was called European auto.
yeah I noticed You should of come to the Ferrari Open Track Day at summit point, the F40 and 333SP were jaw-dropping, as well as the challenge cars, both 355 and 550. the RUF 3400S was just insanely fast. The array of cars there would make any man happy, if you know what I mean I got alot of it on video.
Tim and I were shocked you did'nt come out.. I mean some of the best Ferrari's ever built, including a 333SP and Justin "ferrari" Coleman does'nt show... what a shame we saw a 99 RS with gold rims and a bigger wing, thought it was you so we ran over to it but nope, some non i-clubber. It did had a REAL Prodrive RB5 wing. I got really jealous at that...
I've just lost interest in the whole meet thing to be honest. I went a whole year without a drivers license and in that time I guess I just lost interest. Now that I am driving again, there's just not that much interest in getting involved again.
The Ferrari thing sounded cool, I would have liked to have seen that. I know the guy you are talking about. He is a tech at Ferrari of Washington. One Saturday afternoon me and my wife were looking in the front window of the dealer (Just off 28) cause it was closed, when a blue RS comes around from the back. The guy pulls up and we start chatting about our cars. Anyway, to make a long story short, he gives us this private tour of the dealership, shows us all the cars, opens up the F40 for us so we see inside. Takes us to where they work on all the race cars for the Ferrari challenge. It was sweet. I think he goes with the trucks to all the Ferrai challenge races in the country, awesome job he has.