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Cavallino 2014 Part 1: Palm Beach International Raceway

by pete on February 4, 2014

Maserati 300S at the Palm Beach International Raceway.

Story and photos by Alessandro Gerelli

Even though the Cavallino Classic event is now in its 23rd year, it is still very young and healthy.

As usual, the four days were very busy with Thursday and Friday reserved for track time at Palm Beach International Raceway.

On Saturday, the main exhibition at The Breakers Resort takes place, this year’s theme being the 50th birthday of the Ferrari 275 GTB.

And finally, on Sunday everyone gathers at Mar A Lago for an exhibition of cars produced up to the 1970s, and a charity brunch. As usual it was a great success of weather, people and, last but not least, of cars!

A sign of the times perhaps, but at PBIR, there are few old Ferraris (and only a couple of Maseratis), and an increasing number of more “recent” Ferrari sports cars.

Next week we’ll take a look at the best from Cavallino at the Breakers.

The Daytona interests two of Florida's more interesting birds.

Appropriate tags for a Ferrari from New Hampshire.

1952 Ferrari 625/500 4 cylinder engine.

Talbot Lago engine. What a relief to find some spots of oil!

The Talbot Lago takes to the track.

Newer Ferraris like this F40 were more prevalent.

And this Ferrari FXX.

Alfa Tipo B engine.

Tipo B, side 2.

Ferrari 250 GTO #4757 GT.

250F makes an appearance on the track.

Major work in progress for Ferrari cabriolet #2499.

Alfa 8C 2300 MM.

Ferrari parking only.

Ferrari 250 SWB.

Ferrari 512 BB LM.

Ferrari 250 GTO #3705GT.

Ferrari 512 M, ex-Donohue.

Getting to the bottom of things.

The bottomless cockpit belongs to this delightful Aston Martin.

F40 lineup.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Paul Ebeling February 4, 2014 at 4:22 pm

Pete, super article and photos. All the best, Paul

Jack Middleton February 5, 2014 at 11:14 am

Pete, Mark’s last named is misspelled. It should be DONOHUE. Great article, many thanks, JACK

pete February 5, 2014 at 11:46 am

Thanks Jack, and we corrected the error.

Ed Gilbertson February 8, 2014 at 2:46 pm

Some really great pictures, Pete. Sherry and I have been involved in all 23 Palm Beach Cavallino Classics and are ready to go again.

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