Ferrari cars say goodbye to Sicily

Ferrari cars say goodbye to Sicily

Another successful Ferrari Tribute to Targa Florio comes to a close

The Targa Florio, first held in 1906, is one of the world's oldest car races. Over the years it has seen the participation of a number of great drivers such as Juan Manuel Fangio, Arturo Merzario and Nino Vaccarella. And, although conditions have radically changed with the passage of time, this most recent race was the 101st.

This year Ferrari took part again with its very own special Tribute.


More than 30 Prancing Horse cars, from the classic 365 GTC/4 and F40 to the current range of models, including the 488 GTB, crossed Sicily touching on some of the most beautiful places in Italy.

The Tribute wended its way from Giardini Naxos to Taormina, visiting a number of venues that were making their Florio debuts, from Cefalù to Aci Castello, from Monreale to Segesta, and finally from the Autodromo di Pergusa and those in Catania and, of course, in Palermo, where the event closed with an unforgettable evening.