RACING | STYLE | INNOVATION
Presented by Ron Tonkin Gran Turismo
EXHIBIT OPENING POSTPONED, DATE TBD
This specially curated exhibit features vehicles that tell the remarkable story of Ferrari, a brand that has never compromised in producing the most stylish, innovative, and raceworthy sports cars in the world. The exhibit will feature vehicles from Ferrari’s earliest days in racing up through the beautiful and state-of-the-art production cars of the modern era.
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See where it all began for Scuderia Ferrari with the 1935 Tipo C Grand Prix car and learn how that foundation grew to the modern era 1997 F310B Formula One car driven by five-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher. Also on display will be the one-of-a-kind 375 MM race car with a who’s-who list of drivers, namely Alberto Ascari, Phil Hill, Carol Shelby, and Ken Miles.
The beauty and style of Ferrari will be showcased with several road cars, from the elegant 1963 250 GT Lusso to the modern 2017 812 Superfast. You’ll also see examples of the style that was made famous by Hollywood with the 308 GTB and 1989 Testarossa. These were the cars that filled our TV screens each week.
Innovation in speed has always been the key to success for Ferrari. The Ferrari Dino, a mid-engined sports car, set the ground work for others to follow, leading to the supercars that inspire and amaze car lovers everywhere.
Ferrari is the marque that every kid dreams of owning. We have the unique opportunity to exhibit the race history as well as the innovative and beautiful street cars in one comprehensive exhibit.
— World of Speed Curator, Ron Huegli