The first Sunday C & C of 2020. After raining most of Saturday afternoon and evening, Sunday was mercifully dry, but cold and windy. Still, we had a pretty good turnout! Alan Olson again drove his Aston, and I drove my Elise. No other Lotus folks there today.
We had a good turnout today. A large part of Sunday turnouts has to do with following a bad-weather Saturday. It rained Saturday morning, so Katie's was pretty quiet yesterday.
Whatever the reason, we had a (relative) lot of people and cars. The Bobs - Scates and Collum - drove their Lotus. Other Lotus guys drove their alternate rides - Alan Olson in his DB9, and Ivan drove his 911.
This has developed into a really nice, small but mellow get-together. Always several nice cars, and the people are great! We meet at 8:00AM, and have a light breakfast at Cameron's, then go out and talk cars.
Another good turnout at Cameron's. Any time you have two special edition Vipers, it's not a bad get-together. We had two Lotus there today, and three Lotus owners; I was joined by Alan Olson in his DB9, and Bob Scates drove his Esprit.
Wow - it's already March, 2020! A good turnout, led by our friend Paul's new acquisition - a '67 VW Beetle. We actually had two Beetles there today, as well as a Ford GT and a Ferrari Maranello. Plenty of nice vehicles to see...
As it turns out, this event was a nice drive, and I saw a few friends while I was at the charity C & C at Two Silos in Manassas.
The first picture - 'what are the top two kitcar designs in the world?' Answer - 1.) Cobra 2.) Seven.
The second picture - Zakk's Elise.
The third picture - a nice Healey Bugeye.
Looks like they collected a good amount of money, at $20 per car in attendance, for St. Jude Children's Research Center.