The sixth edition of the Ferrari Cavalcade – a “travelling show” of over one hundred Ferraris coming from all over the world – took place in Apulia from 21 to 25 June. The event is restricted to the most loyal customers and collectors, who share their passion for the Prancing Horse by visiting some of Italy’s most beautiful areas every year.
The “base camp” of Ferrari Cavalcade was at 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 programme combined Mediterranean charm and sheer driving fun, and gave the opportunity to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Ferrari.
The list of over 30 Countries the participants come from is a testament to the brand’s global appeal: all five Continents were represented, all sharing the same passion for Ferrari.
The Ferrari models registered for the event are mainly recently-manufactured ones: from GTC4Lusso via F12tdf and California T through to 488 Spider. The “jewels in the crown” included some special limited series, such as the F40, the F50 and the Enzo. LaFerrari Aperta – the iconic car that symbolises Ferrari’s 70th anniversary – also attended.