11th April 2014 - The first-ever Ferrari Racing Days to be held in Sydney kicked off today with a fabulous foray into the festivities. Attendees experienced the fast-paced, griping atmosphere first hand as the Corso Pilota took to the track for the day and technical briefings and telemetry discussions were in abundance.
The Ferrari Challenge, that here celebrates the second round of the championship, and the F1 Clienti free practices kept trackside viewers entertained, and attendees were privy to two stunning Ferrari showrooms displaying the best cars that Ferrari has to offer. The Classiche display boasts an internationally imported, exclusive 166MM, while the Supercar display hosts the sensational LaFerrari. This is the first time LaFerrari has been on Australian soil and is the first LaFerrari ever produced.
A plethora of other activities will be available for the visiting public across the weekend including on track and off-track action! The Ferrari kids zone is perfect for younger families looking to join in the fun and entertain the kids. Ferrari enthusiasts looking to catch a glimpse of the action before the weekend of fun should head to the Harbour Bridge on Saturday morning, as over 130 Ferrari’s will travel en masse to the Sydney Motorsport Park. Bonnet to trunk, the cars measure in at 1.5 kilometres and are worth over $70 million. This is the largest gathering of Ferrari’s Sydney has and may ever see.