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A CERTAIN INERTIA: The 2014 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance

Justin Lapriore from LetsMakeMedia has been hard at work since March editing the footage that he and his crew took for the official video of the 2014 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. If you have not been to the Concours yet, spend the time to watch this video that was just released yesterday, and you will be thinking about attending it next year.

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This year the event celebrated: the 100th anniversary of Maserati, the 50th anniversary of McLaren cars, coachwork by Zagato, Chrysler and Packard concept cars, the Underslung, Offerhauser powered racing cars, early motorcycles and much more.

24 Hours of Le Mans winning racing car driver Jochen Mass was the guest of honor and many of the racing cars he drove during his career were on display. The six screen shots shown here give you just a hint of the wide array of the automotive finery that is in store for you here, in this video.

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In the twenty-minute production which starts out before daybreak on show morning, you will see many rare and interesting racing and road cars being driven onto the show field. The Friday road tour and the Porsche Driving Experience at the airport with Hurley Haywood behind the wheel are also featured. The rest of the coverage shows the rare sights and high-octane sounds of the day. Check with The Amelia Island Concours for more information and letsmakemedia. Many photos of the event can be found here.

3 responses to “A CERTAIN INERTIA: The 2014 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance

  1. Great piece. Have to agree with the narrator when he says you’re missing a lot if you just focusing on the car. I’ve found car owners to have some of the most amazing stories about their cars and even more interesting tales about the ones that got away. Love it! Keep up the great work.

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