On April 23rd, members of the automotive press from all over the Southwest were invited to preview this new private racing facility - Chuckwalla Valley Raceway (CVR) - and learn first hand what might be involved in starting up a new racing operation. First impressions and the attentions to detail leave one with the feeling that this effort will be a resounding success.
One of the cars that was attracted to the event, and garnered the most attention, was an extremely rare Maserati MC12 Stradale of which only 50 street legal models were produced and of those ... only two have ever made it to North America. The very proud and capable owner of this beautiful and rare piece of automotive performance art, Douglas Magnon, just happens to be the President of the Riverside International Automotive Museum (RIAM) which houses one of the largest collections of Maserati automobiles anywhere. As the RIAM site puts it - "RIAM's MC12 is the centerpiece of its 28 example Maserati Collection, one of the most complete assemblages of production Maseratis in North America ... Supercars, racing cars, and a couple of Maseratis!"
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