Ferrari Cavalcade on the roads of the Targa Florio

On some of the most bewitching roads in Sicily, a conga line of modern and classic Ferraris celebrated the tenth edition of Ferrari Cavalcade

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Mount Etna, the Nebrodi, spectacular coastal towns and villages perched on the mountains. With Taormina as the point of departure and arrival each day. All along some of the roads which have been travelled for more than a century by the Targa Florio, the oldest car race in the world. This is the context of the tenth Ferrari Cavalcade, starring Pirelli as Event Partner, and to celebrate the occasion, those roads were travelled on by both modern and Classic Ferraris, in a conga line that mesmerised the Island, which has always had a profound bond with the history of the car and racing. Such as in fact the Targa Florio, a competition that made drivers famous, including the Sicilian Nino Vaccarella who became an official Ferrari racing driver, and Ciccio Liberto who created racing driver shoes in his shop in Cefalu, worn by Ferrari drivers Niki Lauda, Clay Regazzoni and Carlos Reutemann.

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One hundred and twenty crews, with different routes designed to enhance the distinctive characteristics of both the modern and the classic cars, with legendary specimens ranging from the 166 MM to the LaFerrari, via the Testarossa, the F50 and the most recent Portofino and 812. Among these, there were also nine Monza SP2, the bewitching limited edition “barchetta” with a V12 engine which earned itself the Compasso d'Oro 2020. For this particular car and only for this one, Pirelli produced a dedicated version of its P Zero tyres in the 21-inch size. The P Zero, moreover, was launched as a brand in 1987 to fit the super-fast Ferrari F40 with the right “shoes” for the power that the two IHI turbines drove up to almost 500 HP.

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Five days and almost a thousand kilometers to allow customers from all over the world to discover Sicily: the Ferrari Cavalcade will be back for another edition. Meanwhile you can relive the experience through the photo gallery of this article.