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Cortile Cup

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is very proud to announce the the FOURTH ANNUAL "Cortile Cup" for 2014

Awards will be given at 1:30PM on Saturday! Judging will be from 10:00 am to 11:00 am. Winner must be present.

Judges:     Chad Ensz                     Wayne Long                       Steve Barney                        Bruce Hall

Mid-Atlantic Sports Cars will be hosting the “Cortile Cup” which will be awarded to the most significant or exciting Italian car on display during Saturday’s viewing. In addition to this award,

Awards will be awarded for the best-in-class for the following marques:


The judging for these awards will be done by a panel of judges:

Wayne Long is the owner of Mid-Atlantic Sports Cars in Morgantown, WV. Wayne  brings a long history of being involved in the automotive industry. Starting before he was 5 years old Wayne attended sports car racing events with his family. Richard Whiteman, Wayne’s Uncle, raced Sprite’s and Fiats (OSCA) at SCCA events as Wayne grew up. Wayne chose to get more involved when he opened Mid-Atlantic Sports Cars, specializing in traditional sports cars as well as exotics.  wlong@midatlanticsportscars.com

Steve Barney, retired Ferrari Club of America Concours judge, past owner of Ferrari, Alfa Romeo and Lamborghini dealerships and current owner of Sport Auto in Greensboro, NC. Steve Barney was born in Vermont in 1942. He Holds a B.A. in Italian from New York University and the University of Florence. He was in the US Navy for 5 years. After selling cars in Italy from 1970 to 1977 he formed Foreign Cars Italia, a factory authorized dealer for Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Maserati, and Porsche. He sold his interest in that company in the nineties, and formed Sport Auto in 2000.He is a retired senior concours judge with the Ferrari Club of America. He enjoys vintage racing, scuba diving (hence our seahorse logo), and flies a Piper Aztec. Feel free to call or email Steve regarding Ferrari and Porsche cars. steve@sportauto.us 

 

Other judges will be named at a date closer to the event.

 

This will be a relaxed judging as the addition of awards is meant to enhance the experience for the participants not add drama.  We'll be posting more about the judging as we get closer to the event so stay tuned!

 

Some Hints from the Judges:

  1. If you have not added any pictures of your car to the site, please load some and give us some time to look at the bio of the car you are showing (by adding this in your profile)
  2. Be sure and take a look a the pictures and the photo albums here on the Cortile website and leave a comment with the "Year, Make, and Model" if your car is pictured in the photo. We'll then go back and name the photo's with that info (e.g. John Smith's 1901 Bernardi) so the judges can reference your macchina in a search of the site.
  3. Add a "Face" picture to your profile so they recognize you when they meet you.  (Using your complete name in the profile is also helpful :-)


We would all like to thank Mid-Atlantic Sports Cars for adding this opportunity to the Italian Cortile!

 


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