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2017 FERRARI CAVALCADE

Exclusive for one hundred Ferrari’s most loyal customers and collectors from around the world, the Ferrari Cavalcade is a unique opportunity to reunited them in Italy with Top Ferrari Management while travelling to the most unique places in Italy and sharing unforgettable experiences created ad-hoc for Ferrari.

In 2017, the sixth edition of Ferrari Cavalcade visited Apulia from June 21 to June 25 in a unique setting celebrating Ferrari 70th anniversary with “hub” in Borgo Egnazia, in the Savelletri countryside that straddles the Brindisi and Bari provinces. From there, all participants drove along scenic routes in their Ferraris, meandering through villages and cities of art. The program combined Mediterranean charm and sheer driving fun.

2017 saw also clients from over 30 Countries in attendance, a testament to the brand’s global appeal: all five Continents were represented, all sharing the same passion for Ferrari.

Among the Ferrari models that strolled along the most scenic routes of Apulia ranged from the current production cars such as GTC4Lusso, F12tdf, California and 488 Spider to special limited series, such as the F40, the F50 and the Enzo. LaFerrari Aperta, symbolizing Ferrari’s 70th anniversary, couldn’t miss the event either!

MILLE MIGLIA, TRIBUTO FERRARI

In 2017, a total of 114 Ferraris will tread the legendary roads of the Mille Miglia, one of the world’s most difficult and beautiful car races. Sixteen Maranello cars will start in the economy run, which recalls the historic Italian car marathon and only admits cars approved for the race up to 1957. However, any Prancing Horse customer can take part in this great event thanks to the Tribute to Mille Miglia, which also admits Ferraris built after 1957, when the last competitive Mille Miglia was held.

Ferrari Tribute from Desenzano. The first stage passed through Lombardy and the Veneto with a unique panoramic drive along the shore of Lake Garda between the towns of Desenzano del Garda and Sirmione. Entrants come from over 20 countries with models spanning a period of 52 years. The oldest car is a 275 GTS of 1965, but participants also included a LaFerrari Aperta, Maranello’s icon of the 70th anniversary of Ferrari history.

First stage. The cars bid farewell to the shores of Garda and head to Monzambano and Valeggio sul Mincio, home to the “Nodo d’Amore”, a special tortellino pasta that is only made in this romantic resort poised between the provinces of Mantua and Verona. The stage ended with an evening parade in the city of Padua in Prato della Valle, Europe’s largest square after Moscow’s Red Square.

Drive to MEF. The second day started at Ferrara, which with its spectacular Castello degli Estensi is the big addition to this year’s event, to head to San Marino, Gubbio, and Terni before arriving in Rome at dusk. The following day, Ferrari Tributo to Mille Miglia started its journey back from the capital to Brescia. After following the race route through the now famous towns of Radicofani, Monteriggioni and Montecatini Terme, nearly 100 Ferraris of the Tribute went to the Casa Enzo Ferrari Museum (MEF) in Modena for a parade, a special tribute to one of the company’s historic locations in this special celebratory 70th anniversary year.

Parade. On the final day all the cars departed from Parma on the road to Brescia where after 1600 kilometers, exactly 1000 miles, the event concluded among the crowds lining the route.

2017 FERRARI CAVALCADE CLASSICHE

Twenty Ferraris from over 20 countries have taken part in 2017 Ferrari Cavalcade Classiche, a special event devoted to the cars that have made the history of Ferrari and selected Classiche Clients. Taken place in Tuscany on May 5-7, Ferrari Cavalcade Classiche brought its customers from all over the world to famous places in Italy, promoting Italian excellence in art, history, and gastronomy together with local specialties.

From the beaches of Versilia, clients and their Classiche Cars set off each day in their vintage cars to discover art cities such as Pisa, Lucca and Modena, fishing villages like Lerici, towns packed with history such as Pietrasanta, hazardous mountain passes through the Apuan Alps and the Apennines, to finish in Maranello with a unique fashion show inside the factory. Every day clients were exposed to unique experiences, such as being part of the extraordinary Ferrari display outside the Cathedral of Pisa, the parade on the walls of Lucca or the stop at the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari in Modena.

The cars entered in the event include the most important models in the history of the Prancing Horse: specimens like the 340 Mille Miglia, the 250 SWB, the 250 Le Mans, the 250 Tour de France, the 500 TR, and the 860 Monza. It has been a” travelling exhibition” as never before seen, a unique opportunity to admire the 70 years of the Ferrari myth.