From Thursday 28 June to Saturday 30 June, participants from all over the world will discover places connected to the birth of the manufacturer from Maranello, tracing the legendary road routes of these Italian regions.
Posted on 27.06.2012
They will drive on the roads of the Mille Miglia and on the Savio circuit, but also on the tracks where Ferrari has raced and won several times, such as Imola and Mugello as well as Fiorano, where the cars from the Prancing Horse are developed.
The Ferrari Cavalcade will start in Bologna in the direction of Imola and the "Dino e Enzo Ferrari" race track at the Santerno river, where the participants will carry out ability tests for the regularity race.
The first day will be dedicated to the roads of the plain in Emilia-Romagna: Lugo, home of the Baracca family, where the Prancing Horse will be celebrated, along the roads of the river Po delta to visit the Pomposa Abbey, coming back via Ferrara degli Estensi through the so called Pianura Padana.
Friday will be dedicated to the area around Modena and the places connected to Ferrari with a visit in Maranello and laps on the Fiorano track.
On the final day, the cars will drive through the Apennine to arrive at the Mugello circuit and later on at the Piazza della Signoria in Florence. The final stage of the 600 kilometres will lead to Bologna on the roads of the Mille Miglia with the legendary Futa and Raticosa passes.
Drivers taking part hail from countries as far afield as the USA, China, Lebanon, Hong Kong, UAE, Mexico, South Africa and Russia - to name but a few.
The Cavalcade events are designed to introduce Ferrari clients to the landscape, culture and cuisine of Italy.