Maranello, 2 November – An enormous success for the museum in Maranello for the exhibition “The great Ferraris from Sergio Pininfarina”: on Friday morning alone over 1,000 people visited the show. This result is an absolute record for the museum and due the high numbers the organisors doubled the tours with shuttle buses to the Works and to the track.
The exhibition is an excellent occasion for Ferrari fans to admire some of the most beautiful cars from the history of the Prancing Horse – road cars and conept cars from the Turin designer – from close up.
Next to the cars lots of unseen material and proper dreams on four wheels – such as the 250 LM, the last overall winner of the 24 Hours in Le Mans in 1965, and the 250 GT Berlinetta passo corto, Stirling Moss drove to victory in the 1961 Tourist Trophy – can bee seen, too.
For car enthusiasts and Ferrari fans this is an exceptional exhibition, which will be open to the public until Monday, 7 January 2013.