has a passion for fast automobiles.He
owns several BMWs, including an M5 and a Z8.The Z8 was a limited production automobile and Loren
had it pre-ordered long before its launch date.When it finally came in, he
bought the car sight-unseen.He
has no regrets.The car is packed with power.
Under the hood sits a 394 HP
, five liter V8 engine which will take the Z8 from zero to 100 kmph in 4.7 seconds.Definitely a roadster for connoisseurs.When I asked him about his
dream car, Loren
simply answered "I already own it." His
next project is the 2005 BMW M6.It's said to have the potential of being the fastest BMW ever.It's a four-seat sports car that will have a 5.5Liter 500HP V-10 with a 6-speed manual, auto or the SMG paddle-shift system.Loren
name in for one already.Loren
has more than a few hours of performance car driving under his
has participated in a BMW sponsored Z8 driving school at the Michelin Proving Grounds
in Spartanburg, SC.Loren
also spent a weekend at NHIS at a BMW Car Club sponsored event and enjoyed it very much. Loren
is looking forward to learn more, to drive better, to put his
cars to the limits at Club Motorsports' Valley Motorsports Park.He agrees that this is one of the reasons he joined the club in the first place.
But the social aspect of belonging to a country club is also a key motivator.Loren
imagines using the club's facilities as a destination spot that will provide him the opportunity to "get away for the weekend with friends."He
feels that the concept of combining a road course with country club amenities is "absolutely fabulous". Loren, who grew up in Syracuse, NY and graduated from Babson College, now makes his home in Wayland, MA.Loren, who works as an Investment Broker for Oppenheimer, also collects fine wines.Loren
considers himself a homebody but he
can't wait to spend some quality time at Valley Motorsports Park in Tamworth, NH.