Second year in a row DFC members participated in a car show put together by the students of NYIT benefiting Wounded Warrior Project. The day started with breakfast at Kitchen Kabaret, followed by a drive to Captree State Park and concluded in Old Westbury at the NYIT campus.
DFC member Mike Breen and his wife Melissa put together this event in honor of a good friend of theirs USMC Sgt. Christopher Hrbek. He was killed in the Middle East while on his 4th tour there. In his memory the family set up a scholarship fund and DFCers joined the event to help raise funds for it.
With bellowing exhausts, iconic bodywork, and searing rainbow hues, nothing quite fits the supercar moniker like a Lamborghini. Seeing just one on the street is a rare treat, but when dozens of Lambos unite, it can only be the circus of rolling wonderment that is BullFest.
DFC members Brandon and Lukas got together for a morning photoshoot of these 2 beauties: 1970 & 1987 Porsche 911s. The amount of custom work that has gone into these cars is amazing, but what’s important is that both see regular use both on and off the area’s racetracks.
McLaren/Aston Martin Long Island hosted DFC for a breakfast on a sunny November morning before the group departed for a drive towards Ocean Parkway and Captree. The turnout included Lamborghinis, McLarens, Ferraris, Porsches, a freshly delivered BMW i8 and even a Keonigsegg CCXRS!