Enzo Ferrari died in August 1988, and that year, McLaren won 15 of 16 Formula 1 races. In the Italian Grand Prix at Monza held just four weeks after Enzo’s death, the McLaren of Ayrton Senna was in the lead ahead of the Ferraris of Gerhard Berger and Michele Alboreto. With to laps to go, Senna made a critical error and crashed. This left Berger and Alboreto to finish first and second in the first Italian Grand Prix after Enzo’s death. The tifosi swarmed the track and the cars, reinforcing the legend of Ferrari. This is the car that Gerhard Berger drove to victory on that fateful day.
The Arizona Concours d’Elegance stepped up for its second year, building on the strong success of its first 2014 event, and with the historic Arizona Biltmore again providing the stunning Art Deco backdrop inspired by Frank Loyd Write. The two Saturday seminars, one held by the Phoenix Automotive Press Association as an auction preview and the other hosted by Lyn St. James, Elegance at Speed racing-car design forum, were very well attended. Sunday’s attendance was a sellout for the 2015 Concours.
The beneficiary of the Arizona Concours, Make-A-Wish Arizona, raised more than $70,000 in donations. The Arizona organization is the founding chapter of the national foundation that grants wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions.
The Arizona Concours d’Elegance, a premier event that serves as the start of the famous Classic Car Week in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area, benefits Make-A-Wish® Arizona, the founding chapter of the national organization [...]