McLaren Senna A few photos of a new addition to a DFC member's garage. This stunning Senna is #131 of 500 and finished in MSO's Champion Theme.
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Fall Foliage Drive 2018 Bright fall foliage colors were on full display as we took advantage of a sunny Sunday and went for a drive on Catskill Mountain's twisty roads, took in the scenery and enjoyed lunch on the river at the beautiful Shadows On The Hudson restaurant.
Sunday Funday on the Runway 17 Always a great feeling when one of the last Sundays of the driving season turns out to be a beautiful day with warm and pleasant weather. As usual a nice variety of cars joined the event including a Veyron, GT2RS, GT3RS, 720S, modified and loud 650S,
One of the most popular driving roads in New York area is around High Point State Park and Hawks Nest Highway. So popular that the only way to enjoy it with no traffic is to wake up extra early, which is exactly what we did and met at 5:30am to start the drive!
Another BullFest Miami and another amazing event with over 100 Lamborghinis in attendance! As ever, like minded enthusiasts forgot the woes of winter and enjoyed their raging bulls in sunny south Florida.
First McLaren Drive organized by Driving Force Club. 25 McLarens joined including 2 P1s!
For the first time since BullFest started, the New York Edition topped 100 Lamborghinis joining the event! A fantastic Sunday at the end of summer, great roads, colorful and loud cars, plenty of excitement and thrill!
Camp Sundown benefited from the generosity of Alan Wilzig, Dan Sperling, and Driving Force Club again this year on June 25th. The 5th annual fundraiser for the camp, which neighbors Wilzig Racing Manor in upstate NY, drew over 70 cars and more than 100 people for the cause.
2017’s BullFest|MIAMI kicked off with a Friday night party at E11even in Downtown Miami. The entire parking lot was reserved for Lamborghinis only and was full of them in no time. The group had dinner on the scenic rooftop and then proceeded to party the night away in the club downstairs.
For the fourth year in a row, Alan Wilzig and Dan Sperling organized a charity event for Camp Sundown. Alan and Dan, with the help of numerous volunteers, opened Wilzig Racing Manor to DFC for a day to remember.