We recently announced the return of FCA-PR Vintage Ferrari Concours (VFC) judging, and now we have something exciting to add which Ferrari owners should consider. For owners who have not yet decided to have your Ferrari judged, we are pleased to announce that Emiliano Torkar will be an Honorary Judge for the VFC.
Sg. Torkar began his stellar career in 1997 with Ferrari S.p.A. As Emiliano grew with Ferrari he was charged successively with increased responsibilities. In Emiliano’s final role with Ferrari, for almost five years, he was deeply involved in the technical inspection specialty of restored Ferraris, and even involved in the evaluation of certification requests. In 2017 Emiliano followed his entrepreneurial passion with Torkar SRLS. The sole focus of his company is vintage Ferraris and the technical inspection and restoration process. In other words, Emiliano’s expertise is directly relevant to Ferrari owners who want their car judged.
Ryan Pimentel, the FCA-PR Director of Concours will lead the judging effort with the support of an experienced and highly talented team of judges. The VFC judging is open to all pre-2011 Ferraris and will be judged using the International Advisory Council for the Preservation of the Ferrari Automobile (IAC/PFA) Guidelines. Ferrari owners who want their cars judged in the VFC are strongly urged to register immediately. Ferrari owners who have previously registered their automobile should contact Concorso Italiano to sign up for registration. There is a limited amount of space available in each class. The judging fee is $35. If you are not already registered, please visit our website and register today. Be sure to click the box requesting your car to be judged.