Most car affeccionados know, and love, the 206/246 Dino, but fewer are aware of the second generation Dino.
When Norbert Egli drove his Ferrari into Mosport for the Historic Grand Prix, he could have strutted around as though he owns the place.
At 83, he’s an original shareholder in the track, now named Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. He’s also a life member in the British Empire Motor Club (BEMC), and has been a track marshal for decades. And that car of his: When was the last time anyone saw a Dino 208 GT4?