Ferrari is celebrating its 70th anniversary and it has chosen Tuscany as one of the international locations for a four-day celebration. After New Zealand, Hong Kong and Thailand in March, and Qatar and Indonesia in April, May will be our month.
On May 5th, in fact, the traditional Ferrari Cavalcade and Classic Cavalcade will leave Forte Dei Marmi on the coast of Versilia for a trip inland to Capannori and then Lucca for lunch. The road back to Forte dei Marmi will be through Castelnuovo di Garfagnana.
On the 6th this most exclusive Gran Turismo event, reserved to only the most important owners all over the world of the Prancing Horse, will be leaving for Lerici, then round back towards Viareggio and then Pisa for lunch under the leaning tower. The evening will be spent in one of the most iconic glamour night clubs of Versilia, La Capannina, especially renowned in the 60s and 70s for its famous clients.
In the meanwhile, on both the 6th and 7th, Ferrari lovers will be able to admire their favourite vehicles on show in Forte dei Marmi – in Via Carducci and Piazza Garibaldi- from 5 pm to 10 am.
On Monday 8th May, the cars will start off to tackle one of Italy’s most fascinating roads, the Strada dell’Abetone, that unites Tuscany to Emilia. After crossing the marble town of Massa, the Ferraris will enter the breathtaking Regional Nature Reserve of the Apuan Alps and leave Tuscany for Sassuolo and finally Maranello the home of the Prancing Horse.
Certainly an event that Ferrari lovers lucky to be in the area shouldn’t miss.