Palm Beach Cavallino Classic 2024

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A resounding success for collectors and spectators alike. Among the many extraordinary Ferraris, the 1952 212 Inter Ghia #0191 EL, the 1964 250 LM #6053 and the 1966 275 GTB “Competizione”#09063 stand out.

The celebrated “Palm Beach Cavallino Classic” Concorso d’Eleganza culminated last night at The Breakers in historic Palm Beach during the presentation of Class Awards, special honors, and the much-anticipated Best of Show 2024 celebration.


Palm Beach, FL (January 28th, 2024) - The 33rd edition of the Palm Beach Cavallino Classic concluded last night with a spectacular showcase of Collectible Ferraris, earning accolades from both enthusiastic collectors and captivated spectators. This renowned Concorso d’Eleganza continues to uphold its historic mission of preserving and promoting the rich legacy of Ferrari.


"We are honored to carry forward the 46-year journey of Cavallino Magazine and the 33-year tradition of Palm Beach Cavallino Classic. These two initiatives have significantly contributed to preserving and restoring Ferraris of all periods in America,” said Luigi Orlandini, Chairman & CEO of Cavallino. “John Barnes’ unwavering passion has left no room, over all these years, for compromise or exceptions to these high standards. 


As we steer Cavallino into the future, our aim is to ensure every aspect of the event offers a thoroughly enjoyable experience, while also giving back to our community by donating a part of each ticket to charitable projects such as the scholarship fund of the Palm Beach Police and Fire Foundation, or the A.W. Dreyfoos School of Art of West Palm Beach. The success of this year’s gathering underscores its status as the world’s most important event organized in the name of the Prancing Horse. My heartfelt thanks go to all participants, esteemed guests, and those who support our endeavors, especially our precious Patrons, partners and the amazing team of passionate people who made all of this possible."


In a fusion of culture and glamour, Cavallino 2024 featured dynamic sessions with experts and collectors, alongside exhibitions, commencing with the Tour d’Eleganza rally and the Party Under the Stars, cheered by the music of the students of the A.W. Dreyfoos School of Art, playing under a bright full moon.

The Concorso also showcased a unique culinary experience by chefs Michele Casadei Massari from Lucciola New York and Juan Manuel Barrientos from El Cielo Miami, whose creations skillfully blended tradition with modernity, creating a delightful union of food and automotive culture.


The 2024 Queens

The rigorous IAC/PFA Judging System posed a significant challenge for the 55 judges tasked with selecting vehicles for the “Best” accolade. Over the past two years, in addition to the traditional “Best of Show” awards, the “Granturismo” and the “Competizione,” a third prestigious award has been introduced, for vehicles certified by Ferrari Classiche. This new category aligns perfectly with Cavallino Classic’s mission to protect and cherish the global heritage of Collectible Ferraris and reflects Ferrari's dedication to supporting clients in preserving these automotive treasures. To understand the level of excellence present at the 2024 Concorso, of the 150 cars entered, 61 achieved the Platinum Award, scoring an exceptionally high 82 out of 100 from the judges.


The Best of Show Granturismo 2024 is awarded to the 1952 Ferrari 212 Inter Ghia #0191 EL belonging to Dennis and Susan Garrity;

Best of Show Competizione 2024 is awarded to the 1964 Ferrari 250 LM #6053 belonging to Chris and Ann Cox;

The 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB “Competizione” #09063 belonging to Brian Ross was selected from entries with Ferrari Classiche’s “red book” certification as the Best of Show 2024 Classiche Certified.

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