Ferrari Cavalcade takes its clients in the Emilia Region

Article by Christian Andrei, on June 28, 2012

Being a Ferrari owner offers perks that no other automaker could provide. More than 100 Ferrari customers from all over the globe are set to participate in the Ferrari Cavalcade in Italy from June 28 to June 30. They will be visiting places that are significant to Ferrari such as in Emilia Romagna and Tuscany. Through this event, clients will be able to witness Italy’s landscape, artistry, and cuisine.

But those who failed to join this trip shouldn’t worry since there will be more Cavalcade events planned. These Ferrari fans will drive on the roads of the Mille Miglia and on the Savio circuit but they also be on the race tracks where Ferrari was declared the champ many times. They will visit Imola, Mugello and Fiorano, where Ferrari conceptualizes its cars.

Bologna is the starting point of the event. They will move towards Imola and the “Dino e Enzo Ferrari” race track at the Santerno river where those who participate will perform ability tests for the regularity race. On the first day, they will go to the plain in Emilia-Romagna, and to Lugo, which is where the Baracca family resides.

They will then go to the roads of the river Po delta to see the Pomposa Abbey and then go back through Ferrara degli Estensi on roads via the Pianura Padana. On Friday, they will go to the places around Modena and the places linked to Ferrari with a trip to Maranello.

They will even get to do laps on the Fiorano track. On the last day, these cars will drive through the Apennine to get to the Mugello circuit and will proceed to the Piazza della Signoria in Florence. The final phase of the 600 kilometres will be to Bologna on the roads of the Mille Miglia with the famous Futa and Raticosa passes. As further proof of the extent of Ferrari’s internationality, the countries represented by the participants include USA, China, Lebanon, Hong Kong, UAE, Mexico, South Africa, Russia, and those from Europe like France, Germany, Belgium and the UK, among many others.

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