Celebrating the 60th anniversary of Ferrari in America, a group of Ferrari owners gathered for a one-day rally from New York City’s Battery Park to the first dealership still in operation as Miller Motorcars in Greenwich, Connecticut. Seeing 48 Ferrari in New York is quite an occasion by any standards, so let’s check them out.
Before rocking the Concrete Canyon with their engines, the Tributo Ferrari convoy went from Manhattan to the Freedom Tower, the Flatiron Building, Times Square, Columbus Circle and Central Park. After a luncheon at a private estate in Connecticut, the rally drivers then headed east to the ultra-exclusive golf club, the Bridge Club in Bridgehampton. This place used to be a hangout for Ferrari owners in the Fifties.
Among the participants in the 2014 Tributo Ferrari, the most notable cars included the 250 GT SWB, 275 GTB, and 365 GTB Daytona Superamerica, as well as some of the more modern models such as the Enzo, F12, 458 Speciale and California T. Here’s a handpicked gallery for your viewing pleasure: