In front of the oldest continually operating restaurant in Chicago, the Italian Village on Monroe was the largest ever lineup of Ferrari's on display in Chicago Sunday. Included in the lineup was a 1.5 million dollar Enzo Ferrari.
It was the 16th Annual Ferrari Festival in the Loop hosted by the Italian Village Restaurant and the Ferrari Club of America. A charity event with 100% of all proceeds going to support sponsored Charities: the New Lurie’s Children’s Memorial Hospital and the Inspiration Corporation.
From left to right: Alfredo and Pamella Capitanini, family owners of the Italian Village restaurant with A. Neill Osgood II, Central States Region of the Ferrari Club of America
With over 500 members spanning the states of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri and Ohio, The Central States Region – Ferrari Club of America is the premier community for area Ferrari owners and enthusiasts.
Goals of The Central States Region – Ferrari Club of America:
- Inspire ownership, operation, restoration and preservation of Ferrari automobiles.
- Serve our members as a source of historical and technical information.
- Encourage camaraderie through organized meets, exhibits and a little healthy competition.
- Assist members in locating Ferrari automobiles and parts.
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