New foundation and accompanying blog from Stefan Chaligne will offer commentary and insight on sports cars manufactured over the last six decades
Through their blog, the foundation intends to offer unique insights on sports cars from the 1950s and onwards, written by the individuals who have been driving these beloved vehicles for the past six decades.
"I was instilled with a love for high performance sports cars at a very early age, and it is a passion I have continued to pursue since those first exhilarating rides of my childhood. I wanted to create a place where like-minded, passionate owners and drivers could come together to share our experiences," said Stefan Chaligne, Chairman of the Stefan Chaligne Sports Cars Foundation.
Mr. Chaligne shares more about his family's long history with sports cars on the foundation website (http://stefanchaligne.net/about-stefan-chaligne/).
The Stefan Chaligne Sports Cars Foundation will be made up of members who possess the following qualities:
• A passion for automobiles but no direct affiliation with the automotive industry on a professional level.
• Personal experience driving and owning sports cars from the 1950s onward.
• Historical knowledge or perspective about the sports car industry and an ability to speak about and compare automotive manufactures and the cars they have produced in the last several decades.
"I have many passions in life, from fine art to well-crafted wines, but none touch me quite as deeply as the carefully tuned purr of a classic sports car engine. I'm very much looking forward to hearing the stories of the other enthusiasts who will make up this new foundation," Chaligne said.
For more information about the Stefan Chaligne Sports Cars Foundation, or to make a membership inquiry, contact the foundation via their website, http://stefanchaligne.net/contact-us/.
About The Stefan Chaligne Sports Cars Foundation:
Stefan Chaligne created the Stefan Chaligne Sports Cars Foundation to serve as a home for individuals who share his passion for the wide array of fine, high-performance automobiles built since the 1950s.