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Ferrari Cavalcade 2015 – The Highlights

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We’ve been having a great time following the 2015 edition of Ferrari Cavalcade sightseeing and driving tour across Italy for the past few days, which of course makes us think about how awesome it must be to actually take part in it. But since for most us that remains just a dream, we pieced together the best highlights of the event to give you a taste of the exquisite Ferrari lifestyle.

Day 1 of Ferrari Cavalcade 2015 began with over 100 Ferraris, including 15 LaFerraris, exploring Rome and its surrounding under a magnificent blue sky with just the right amount of sun. The convoy visited military airport of Pratica di Mare and the ancient harbor city of Ostia Antica.

Day 2 was all about driving with a huge number of roaring Ferraris hitting the beautiful Mount Terminillo for a hill climb challenge that took them 1,800 meters into the sky. After enjoying the cool air of the Terminillo the participants went through Umbria to the historic town of Assisi where they were treated a five-star lunch and a private tour of the Basilica of Saint Francis.

Day 3, which is the final day of Ferrari Cavalcade, saw the 100 Ferraristas leaving Rome early for a visit to the medieval hamlet of Ronciglione,followed by a visit to picturesque Viterbo, known for having one of the most beautiful and well preserved city centres of Italy. After having a lovely lunch at the ancient Orvieto, the group drove 30 km north of Rome to the Vallelunga circuit for a private track session which was really cherry for the top of the delicious Cavalcade cake.

Traditionally, the event ends with a parade through Rome which ends in Castelli Romani and Castel Gandolfo where the pope has his summer residence.

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