Warning: the fifth annual Concorso Italiano will most likely put your daily commute to shame. This Sunday, cars from makers such as Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, and more will roll-up in style to the free event in Salem, New Hampshire. You’ll be able to sip on wine samples and listen to live music while catching a glimpse of makes such as the renowned 2005 Stohr P1 race car, a classic 1967 Ferrari 330GT, and one of Lamborghini’s most expensive models, a 2016 Aventador.
Hosted at Tuscan Kitchen & Market, attendees can enjoy a wide variety of Italian food and drink while staring longingly at models like the 2013 Maserati Stregali Sypder convertible. Enter the “Drive the Dream” raffle to win a chance to take in a spin in one of the cars, or shell out $35 to graze at the artisanal Italian feast. How will you ever be able to take the T again?
And yes, while it may be a bummer that you can’t bring home any of these beauties, it’s probably for the best: Bostonians were once again voted the worst drivers in the country.
Free, Concorso Italian, Sunday, August 20, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuscan Kitchen & Market, Salem, New Hampshire, eventbrite.com.
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