For the second consecutive year I was fortunate enough to photograph the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance for Teamspeed.com. This year was particularly special as it was the Ferrari 250 GTO reunion. 12 GTO’s valued from $10-$30 million each were displayed on the greens of the Ritz-Carlton Resort in Amelia Island, Florida. In my eyes the Ferrari 250 GTO has long been the most beautiful automobile ever designed and I was honored to be in attendance.
The show field was amazing this year with the winner of Best of Show Concours d’Elegance going to a 1938 Bugatti Type 57C from the Off Brothers Collection of Richland, Michigan and Best of Show Concours de Sport was awarded to the coveted 1962 Ferrari 330 LM / GTO owned by Jim Jaeger, one of the first two four-liter GTOs built by the Ferrari factory.
The image above is of the No. 7 1962 Ferrari 330 LM / GTO, which won Best of Show Concours de Sport. Follow along with my photography on Teamspeed.com.