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9/10/2013 - Ferrari Featured Marque for HMSA's 2014 Sommet des Legendes

Montrose, CA - The Historic Motor Sports Association (HMSA) has announced Ferrari as the featured marque for the 2014 Sommet des Legendes event to be held July 11 - 13, 2014. There is no more perfect event to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Circuit Mont-Tremblant than featuring Ferrari in 2014.

Production-based Ferrari race cars from the 1960s and 70s such as the 250 GTO, 365 GTB/4 and BB/LM will be participating along with the cars that competed in the FIA Manufacturers Championship of Makes throughout the world like the Testa Rossa, 250P series, 512 and the 312 series. This will truly be an event not to miss.

Along with Ferrari cars and a planned Ferrari- only race, the event will feature all the groups within the HMSA classes from early Grand Prix cars, 50s sports racers thru some of the most recent historic cars like the Audi and Porsche that have competed and won at Le Mans and other iconic endurance events the world over. Along with purpose-built cars the event will highlight production-based cars from the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s. There will be something for everyone to watch and a place for all cars.

Located in the picturesque Laurentian Mountains just 80 miles from Montreal, Quebec, the circuit is regarded as one of the finest in North America. The destination resort of Mont-Tremblant located just 10 minutes from the track is an alpine-style village featuring more than 100 restaurants and world-class hotels, boutiques and nightly entertainment.

Le Sommet des Legendes is the premiere historic racing event in Canada and one of the "must attend" motorsports events in North America.

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About Historic Motor Sports Association (HMSA)

Le Sommet des Legendes is produced and sanctioned by Historic Motor Sports Association (HMSA). Established in 1977, HMSA specializes in race events with historic cars, emphasizing the preservation and proper use of historic race cars. For more information about HMSA, call 818-249-3515 or visit or follow at and

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