Couldn't find an official thread on this event... has anyone from the FOC started organizing this yet? It's coming up October 9+10 I'm one of the club organizers for the Car Corral exhibition area, and I know we're looking for a heads-up of how many cars will be showing at the event, during the next few weeks. I've already got my RSVP list for the Corrado Club and SoCalEuro group started... might be time to start an RSVP list here for the Ferraris. Who on here is the organizer each year for the FOC show area? For those who have no idea what this is, here you go: Chrysler Classic Speed Festival Presented by North Island Credit Union A Pacific Life Holiday Bowl Production October 9 & 10 NAS North Island, Naval Base Coronado Staged on the runways and taxiways of Naval Base Coronado with Navy aircraft and ships in the background, the Speed Festival will feature over 200 of the world's top racing machines from years gone by competing on a spectator-friendly 1.6 mile course. These vintage racecars are chosen to compete on the basis of their historical significance and certified authenticity. In addition to the racing action, tour Vendor Village, the Car Club Corral and the Classic Car Collection. Here's the deal: It's THE vintage/classic speed festival, where all the Ferrari 250GTO's, 250 Testarossas, 275 LM's, Porsche 356's, Jag E-types, Cobra 427's, etc etc are brought out and driven like they were meant to. You'll never see such a great collection of race cars actually being raced! The US Navy shuts down a large portion of the airfield at NAS North Island in Coronado and turns it into a 1.6 mile track for the vintage racers. It happens once a year, and it's coming up again this October. The Car Corral is where all the enthusiast clubs get to display their cars as part of the event! FOC always makes a good showing, along with the Shelby and Viper clubs, Porsche club, Corrado Club, BMW Club, etc. I'd recommend starting an RSVP list here in this thread of who is interested in showing their cars. I won't maintain it, but it will be started for whoever does keep track of that.