Skip Barber is a former car racer, and one of a select few Americans to compete in a Formula 1 World Championship. Skip’s racing school has trained over one-third of all Indy 500 competitors, and one-quarter of Nascar Sprint Cup competitors. He has a career dedicated to motorsports.
After selling his successful title insurance business, Ken Lingenfelter took over operations at Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, which encompasses Lingenfelter Motor Sports. He also uses his 250 car Lingenfelter Collection to raise money for a range of charitable causes.
Cam Ingram is the owner of Road Scholars. It is an award-winning business specializing in restoring significant automobiles and managing Porsche collections for private clients, aiming to keep the legacy alive. Further, they sell some of the rarest vintage and classic cars in the world.
30 years ago, largely as a sideline business, Keith Martin founded the Sports Car Market newsletter. Today, through his two publications and other ventures, Keith is recognized as one of the collector car industry’s most respected authorities. His love of cars started at just 3 years old.
Bruce Trenery has established California-based Fantasy Junction as one of the most successful and respected consignment houses for collector cars. Over four decades, Bruce has supplied some of the world’s finest special interest cars for collectors & enthusiasts around the world.