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25th Cavallino Classic Commemoratives!

Posted by on Feb 6, 2016

It will only happen once in a lifetime, and Cavallino offers several select items to help you celebrate. 100% Silk Scarf – screen printed – only 250 made – $150. Baseball Cap – logo stitched – $30. Leather Key Chain – custom produced by Schedoni – only 300 hand made – $50. Leather Card Case – custom produced by Schedoni – only 200 hand made – $75. Free UPS Ground Shipping in USA. Overseas Airmail Additional. Contact us at 561-994-1345 or 800-306-6937 100% Silk Scarf – screen printed – only 250 made – $150. Baseball Cap – logo stitched – $30. Leather Key Chain – custom produced by Schedoni – only 300 hand made – $50. Leather Card Case – custom produced by Schedoni – only 200 hand made –...

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Ferrari 488 GTE Performs in Debut Race at Daytona

Posted by on Feb 3, 2016

In the debut race for the Ferrari 488 GTE, the new racer demonstrated its performance and reliability in North America’s most important endurance race. At the same time, the era of Ferrari’s 458 Italia in North American endurance racing came to a close after amassing twelve victories since its debut in 2011. Among those victories is a 2014 victory at Daytona in the GT-Daytona class, one of many victories for Ferrari on Daytona’s high banks which goes back to the first Daytona Continental in 1962. In that race, a Ferrari 250 GT scored a class victory. Twenty four hours of racing on the high banks of Daytona International Speedway provided the first true test of endurance for the Ferrari 488 GTE. The no. 68 Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 488 GTE led the way by finishing in fourth position in the GT-LeMans class. The car, which was driven by Alessandro Pier Guidi, Alexandre Premat, Memo Rojas and Daniel Serra, fell laps down in the early stages of the race following a pit lane penalty. However, the team was able to regain the lead lap and led the race at the 12th hour before finishing in 4th position. The no. 62 Risi Competizione Ferrari 488 GTE led the GT-LeMans class in the early stages of the race,...

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Aerodinamico Offered at RM Paris

Posted by on Jan 31, 2016

The 400 Superamerica chassis 3931 SA was built by Ferrari as the first Series II car with a longer wheelbase and was sent to the Pininfarina works on July 18, 1962. Pininfarina worked on the car for over two months, creating a truly beautiful body, and it was completed on September 29, 1962. This car was quickly taken to London where it was unveiled at the Earls Court Motor Show, with Ferrari also noting that it was then displayed...

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First F60 Delivered at the Palm Beach Cavallino Classic

Posted by on Jan 28, 2016

Palm Beach, 25th January – The first F60 America was delivered this weekend to the delight of a discerning crowd of Ferrari collectors and enthusiasts during the 25th annual Palm Beach Cavallino Classic. At approximately 10:15 in the morning, the F60 was unveiled at the Ferrari stand for the new owner, after a few words of welcome from Enrico Galliera, Ferrari’s world-wide Chief Marketing and Commercial Officer, and Edwin Fenech, the President & CEO of Ferrari North America. This...

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Ferrari 488 GTE Makes World Debut at Daytona

Posted by on Jan 26, 2016

A new chapter in Ferrari’s racing history will be written at this week’s 24 Hours of Daytona, the first round of the 2016 IMSA SportsCar Championship. Three examples of the Ferrari 488 GTE will take to the track at Daytona International Speedway to compete for victory in the GT-LeMans class. The Ferrari 488 GTE is heavily based on Ferrari’s newest road car, the Ferrari 488 GTB. Not only do the two vehicles share a large amount of DNA, but...

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Cavallino Classic 25 Track Gallery

Posted by on Jan 25, 2016

The 25th Cavallino Classic is now in the history books. We would like to take this opportunity to extend our deepest thanks to all of our friends and sponsors who helped us make this 25th Anniversary of the Classic a success. The weather gave us a bit of a challenge on Friday for the track event at PBIR but our unstoppable track fans and drivers didn’t let the rain dampen their enthusiasm. After all, Ferraris are meant to be...

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Birthing Pains for the New Ferrari

Posted by on Jan 17, 2016

From Bloomberg Ferrari is casting aside once-rigid limits on how many vehicles it makes a year as the supercar company faces the pressures of independence. After previously capping production at around 7,000 cars a year, Ferrari is considering boosting output beyond its current target of 9,000 in 2019, Chairman Sergio Marchionne said at this week’s Detroit auto show. “We need to get there and try to determine whether the market can handle more than 9,000,” Marchionne said. “The founder...

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