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Labor Day Weekend, 2014-08-30, Saturday: Crystal City Ferrari Show

  The Crystal City Ferrari Show is part of our yearly Labor Day Festivities at Corning, NY. It takes place at the Historic Downtown District on Market Street after a day of driving and racing at Watkins Glen International. This year’s Ferrari Show was attended by thousands, according to later official local police estimate. It was also covered in the ... Read More »

Cast & Blast Event at Orvis-Sandanona

The weather was perfect on Sunday, June 29, 2014, with warm sunny skies as members of the Empire State Region and their guests converged at Orvis-Sandanona in Millbrook, NY for the inaugural Cast & Blast event.  Included were two new members who had become members of FCA/ESR in the last few months.  Orvis-Sandanona, the oldest private shooting preserve in New ... Read More »

Ferrari & Race Events in the Area 2014

Lots of Events Coming in 2014! 6/8 – Montreal F1 Grand Prix Viewing Party. We’re joining other car enthusiast clubs in NYC. It starts at 1:30 pm at Feile, 131 West 33rd Street, New York, NY. Email Melissa Anderson at for details. 6/11-6/15 – Ferrari Club of America National Meet in Leesburg, Virginia. Concours will be at Creighton Farms Golf Club. ... Read More »

Friends and Ferraris: ESR Regional Director, Roland Veit

An Interview with Roland Veit – ESR Regional Director (Reprinted with permission from Prancing Horse Magazine) Friends and Ferraris might well be Roland Veit’s theme. In the late 1970s, a friend in his native Switzerland lent him a 308 GTB for a couple of weeks. Some friend! Roland said, “The GTB turned heads everywhere in and around the Alps. There ... Read More »

Labor Day Weekend 2011: Empire State Region

Watkins Glen, Corning NY and the Empire State Region made for a Spectacular Labor Day Event. Ninety seven cars with over 150 occupants and guests joined the festivities, some driving down from Canada while others from as far away as Virginia, the Carolinas and Florida. Team Pilota made the trip from New England and in usual fashion brought not only ... Read More »