/Brave Teenager Wins Trip To Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

Brave Teenager Wins Trip To Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

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Supporting the Noel Edmonds’s Christmas Presents programme, Ferrari provided a visit to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi for Tyler Holpin, a very brave 16-year old student who rescued 6 children from a house fire all by himself. Tyler’s heroic act was rewarded by Ferrari with a tour of the newly opened theme park in Abu Dhabi, where he and his family got to ride a Ferrari California and of course the Formula Rossa, world’s fastest rollercoaster.

Matteo Torre, Regional Manager for Ferrari North Europe Ltd, commented: “As soon as we heard about Tyler’s incredible story, we were very keen to reward him for his bravery and commitment to his family. As Tyler is a Ferrari fan and enjoys riding roller coasters, what better way than to let him ride the world’s fastest rollercoaster at Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi! There can be no doubt Tyler’s story touched the hearts of all us at Ferrari, and it is our privilege to provide Tyler with this experience.”

Tyler and his family were thrilled to ride on the world’s fastest rollercoaster, Formula Rossa, which catapults riders to 150mph and gives Ferrari fans the chance to experience up to 4.8G, the same as a Formula 1 car. The Tyler family also enjoyed the wide range of other thrill rides and experiences at Ferrari World which recently opened in time for the last F1 GP of the 2010 season on the adjacent Yas Marina circuit.

Tyler and his entire family stayed at the Yas Hotel which overlooks the iconic Yas Marina F1 circuit, and Ferrari also provided a Ferrari California for Noel Edmonds to surprise Tyler with a passenger ride from the hotel to the theme park. Flights to and from Abu Dhabi were very kindly donated by Etihad Airways.

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