Are you still driving or have you stored for winter
I'm new to the website, but have been reading the magazine for awhile. Alongside Autoweek, it is the most educational with C&SC getting a huge edge in Classic automobiles, tracks, and auto-related memorbilia. The writing is great. I live in Indianapolis, IN, and got my old 911 (1969 911E) out the other day to heat up the engine, and keep the fuel line demons at bay. Its cold here (about 45 degrees F), but I like to sneak a day here and there. Indiana is supposed to have a tough winter in 2013 as we've had two easy ones the last two years. The city is almost never ready for snow and ice. Once they swing into motion, they do good, but it is reactionary.
I wanted to say thank you to the magazine for the Miura issue (it had me ripping through it to examine the Miuras). I must like wedges as I love the GT40, Miura, Espirit, Pantera, and many more. Let me ask for an educational series on the Brooklands, Brands Hatch, and Silverstone. I know it is a car magazine, but you could get a little crazy and show Spitfires and Hurricanes (maybe a Lancaster) at Tangmere or Biggen Hill. Also, big thanks for the 50th Year of 911s, and I did go to Traverse City Michigan in June for the Porsche Parade. Trust me it was major league fun like you get to enjoy at Goodwood. I want to go there and LeMans, badly. In close, have fun, stay warm, and sneak some motoring days in there so Old Man Winter doesn't win as often.