Mark Moskowitz MD is a retired surgeon, racer, and car collector. He serves on the Board of Directors of Carolina Motorsports Park and as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. He is a frequent contributor to multiple motoring publications and manages the estate of renowned automotive artist, Carlo Demand. Dr. Moskowitz is a member of the International Chief Judge Advisory Group and serves as supervising judge at the Manhattan Concours, Chief Judge at the Race Car Concours at Monticello as well as the Trump Charlotte Concours d’ Elegance. Mark feels privileged to have judged at multiple concours
events throughout the United States as well as in Delhi, India, Knokke-Heist, Belgium and Dusseldorf, Germany.
Steve taught high school auto shop before moving to Atlanta, GA, where his love of sports cars led him to FAF Motorcars, the former Ferrari dealer where he served as General Manager and Vice President. He has been a self-proclaimed “one-trick pony,” coveting the Ferrari marque. He has been involved in concours judging for over 25 years and is a member of the IAC/PFA, an international committee overseeing high-level Ferrari concours judging. He is chief judge of the Celebration Exotic Car Show in Celebration, FL. His knowledgeable commentary can be found in Sports Car Market on a regular basis.
Captain Pete Bartelli is a retired airline pilot and former Naval Aviator. His expertise is the Porsche marque having 25 years experience as a national judge and 4 years as Head Judge of the Porsche Club of America. Pete served as Chief Judge of the Winter Park Concours and was recently named as Chief Judge of the Atlanta Concours. Captain Bartelli is a charter member of the International Chief Judge Advisory Group currently serving as Director of Development.
Raised in an automotive racing family, Bean began working in his brother’s paint and body shop at age 11. After a 35-year career with a Fortune 100 company, he retired as a divisional vice president. An owner of muscle and classic cars, Bean has shown at multiple concours events, winning 15 best-in-class awards. Brad served as president of the Solid Axle Corvette Club and has judged at Radnor Hunt, the Trump Concours, the Greenbrier, and the Boca Raton Concours. Brad is the chief judge at the Gasparilla Concours in Tampa.
Glenn has been involved with European sports cars for more than 30 years, having owned, raced and shown countless Ferraris and Porsches. At the national level, he has prepared four different classic Ferraris to a platinum level and has judged at the Cavallino Classic and the Ferrari Club of America National Meet. His stable includes a 246 GTS Dino, 512 BBi and a 360 Challenge factory race car.
Frank is chairman/CEO of Lebenthal Wealth Advisors and serves on the board of trustees of the College for Creative Studies, one of the most highly ranked colleges for automotive design. He is a former chief concours judge and has raced in SCCA, IMSA and HSR. Frank is a co-founder of Concorso D’Italia.
Luigi’s father’s North American Racing Team gave Luigi the opportunity to fulfill his own ambitions of racing and designing automobiles. He has done both, finishing 5th overall at Le Mans and penning a number of unique Ferrari automobiles for private clients. He has also overseen the restoration of a number of highly significant Ferraris.
Randy Cox is a former Ford Motor Co. designer, and the founder and co-chairman of the Concorso D’ Italia concour. Randy is the owner of an award winning automobile restoration shop, and serves as a board member and as a judge at concours across the United States.
Chip has over 30 years of professional experience in all genres of special interest and collectible cars and motorcycles. Currently, he is the owner of Expert Auto Appraisals, a firm that performs pre-transaction due diligence on significant vehicles throughout North America and Europe. Additionally, Chip manages and oversees restorations of significant Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati automobiles.
Paulo Do Couto
Paulo has a long history of road racing successes with European sports cars. He is a former SCCA Rookie of the Year. Presently he travels extensively doing automotive PPIs, managing collections, and brokering sales of single and complete collections of rare and investment grade automobiles. Paulo owns DC-area based Auto Centro Imports, a sales and service facility, and The Drivers Vault, a storage facility for elite automobiles.
Stuart has judged at Cavallino (6years), Concorso Italiano (4 years), Radnor Hunt, Pasadena, Celebration, as well as numerous national and regional Ferrari Club of America events. Over the years he has collected multiple marques including Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, Corvette, Jaguar, Mercedes and Cadillac.
Canadian born, Luc cut his teeth in dirt track stock cars. Tastes became more sophisticated and Luc devoted his time to European exotics. Luc is well known and respected for his abilities in the repair of supercars and other collectibles. His Exotica Body Works, Inc. is located in Davie, Florida.
David Hobbs – ‘Hobbo’ to his friends and fans – is one of motor racing’s most remarkable “all- arounders”. In a 31-year driving career he participated and succeeded at the highest levels of almost every imaginable racing category, scoring championships in Formula 5000 and Trans Am, multiple IMSA victories and a pair of podium finishes at LeMans. David achieved fame as a TV journalist announcing the first live, flag to flag coverage of the Daytona 500, the 1979 race that many feel launched NASCAR’s most successful era, and went on to become a multiyear, multi-network announcer of Formula One.
Tom Jones has had a life-long love affair with the automobile. He first served as a board member in 1974 for the Cottage Grove Concours, and most recently as the Past President and a 9-year Board member of the Classic Car Club of America. Mr Jones also is the founder and co- chair of the Keeneland Concours- now in it’s 16th year.
George Levy is the former editor of Autoweek and presently serves as President of the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America (mshf.com) located in Daytona Beach. Levy has also authored the award-winning books Can-Am 50th Anniversary and F1 Mavericks: The Men and Machines that Revolutionized Formula 1 Racing.
Leigh operates Keno Auctions and appears as an appraiser on PBS’s Antiques Roadshow. In August, he marked 16 years of judging fine automobiles at The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Keno’s lecture regarding preservation of classic cars at the Simeone Museum led to a chapter in the 2012 book, “The Stewardship of Historically Important Automobiles.”
Mel Mann is an avid collector of American “chrome” and “muscle” cars, and all eras of Corvettes. He is a past president of the South Florida AACA, having chaired over 75 car shows, including 2 national meets. The AACA national award for finest Corvette is given in his honor annually. Since 1995, Mel has served as chairman of the Memory Lane exhibit at the Miami International Auto Show and the Art Deco Weekend car festivals since 2002. Mel judges at many concours events in the USA and Canada.
Larry is an internationally-syndicated automotive journalist with Tribune News Service and former Editor-In-Chief at Dealer.com; Printz has covered the automotive industry for Fox Business News, ABC-TV, Gannett Broadcasting, Los Angeles Times-Washington Post Syndicate, Belo, Knight-Ridder Tribune, Pilot Media and Cars.com. He also judges and emcees at many concours around the country.
Jay Quail has been the executive director of the Classic Car Club of America since 2008. He comes from a “classic car family” and has been a CCCA member for more than 35 years. He is passionate about significant cars built prior to 1939. He has served as lead judge for numerous concours around the country.
Dr. Paul Sable
Paul Sable is a retired university professor and a founding member of the Board of Directors of The Elegance at Hershey. He’s a fervent collector of limited production cars of the 1950s. Sable has judged at nearly every major concours in the United States serving as chief or honorary chief judge on more than a dozen occasions. He is respected for his knowledge of cars of all eras.
Ira has been involved in the collectible car hobby for over 20 years. During that time, he has chaired or co-chaired more than 70 car events in South Florida, including two Antique Automobile Club of America Winter National Meets. He has also been active with the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance since its inception in 2007 serving for 5 years as Chief Judge. Additionally, Ira has judged at the inaugural Elegance at Hersey Concours and served as Chief Judge at the Festival of Speed – Orlando.
Judy Stropus achieved early fame as an expert in race timing and scoring, working for motorsport’s most accomplished teams. She’s been heavily involved as a driver, an author, tv consultant, and an outlaw participant in the early days of the “Cannonball Run”. (Adrienne Barbeau played her character in the movie.) Judy is a member of the prestigious Road Racing Drivers Club and presently devotes much energy towards her public relations business and concours judging.
Bob Varsha is known Internationally for his work on telecasts of Formula One, Formula E and other auto racing events, Varsha has also had a keen interest in collector cars for many years. Varsha hosted coverage of the Scottsdale Barrett-Jackon collector car
Sidney Vallon is a well-known vintage and modern Mercedes expert and is the principal of “Palm Beach Classics”. At an early age he was passionate about collector cars; his first classic was a 1959 Cadillac. Sidney is the founder of the Palm Beach Concours.
Ruben is past president of The Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club, director of The Rolls-Royce Foundation, executive committee member of The Boca Raton Concours, editor of the SAH Journal, and contributing editor of the Rolls-Royce club’s The Flying Lady, and a life member of the Antique Automobile Club of America.
Nicholas serves as the shop manage for the famed Wilson Collection of sporting automobiles. His training at McPherson college provided extensive experience in automotive restoration and Nicholas has worked on such marques as Ferrari, Jaguar, Porsche, Maserati and Aston. His judging experience includes the recent FCA Concorso Ferrari Palm Beach.
Kip Wasenko retired from General Motors after a 40-year career, having made a major impact on the designs of such marques as Saturn, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile and Cadillac. Wasenko provided GM’s input on the design of the Cadillac Le Mans entry but is best known for the design of the Cadillac EVOQ, - the Best Concept Car at the 1999 North American International Auto Show. Wasenko has judged at numerous events across the country and has served as chief judge at the Santa Fe Concorso and the Cincinnati Concours at Ault Park.
Aaron Weiss has a long involvement with cars and racing. He spent time with the famed Panoz organization which marketed its own line of cars for both street and track. Aaron has since earned success in the field of track management having served as President of Moroso Motorsports Park (now PBIR) and as Executive VP of Monticello Motor Club. Aaron is excited about his newest venture; he is President of the new Concours Club in nearby Opa-Lacka, Florida.
Jason Wenig is owner of The Creative Workshop and an accomplished restorer whose vehicles have won prizes at multiple major concours events. He is a frequent concours judge and a member of the SAH, AACA, CCCA, SEMA, and numerous marque specific clubs. Among the favorites of honors he has received are the 2019 Master Craftsman Award from the America’s Automotive Trust and an honorary membership in the famed Madison Avenue Sports Car Driving and Chowder Society.
Ed Winkler is a collector and restorer who built his first hot rod in 1961. He has judged at multiple shows throughout North America and is a Co-founder of the famed Arizona Concours d’Elegance.