Cavallino Classic 2013 Information

Ferrari Barchetta at Cavallino ClassicThe Palm Beach Cavallino Classic 2013 will be held January 22-27 at the Breakers Resort Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida. Celebrating its 22nd anniversary in 2013, this six-day gathering for Ferrari owners and enthusiasts will see participants and their 400 Ferraris attending from the U.S. and Europe.

The first major event of the convention is the 2nd Annual Cavallino Classic Competition, a two-day track meet at Palm Beach International Raceway on Thursday and Friday, January 24th and 25th. A select field of competition Ferraris, Maseratis, Alfa Romeos and Bugattis will revive memories of past and present glory, as their owners drive these historic machines again on the 11-turn, 2.043 mile race track. The track days offer owners of these historic race cars the opportunity to compete against other owners in a controlled racing environment.

The high point of Cavallino Classic 2013 is the Concorso d’Eleganza on the front lawn of the Breakers Resort Hotel, on Saturday, January 26th. A field of 150 immaculate Ferrari automobiles are judged by leading international experts for originality and elegance, for Class Awards and the important Major Cups, along with the Cavallino Cup for Best in Show. In honor of Sergio Pininfarina, the 2013 Classic will have a Display Class of Ferraris both designed and custom built by Pinin Farina, to 1966.

(See 2012 Cavallino Classic – Report and Photo Gallery)

The week of the 22nd Cavallino Classic in January 2013 will be crowned by its Sunday program Classic Sports Sunday for its 12th year at Mar-a-Lago, the legendary Marjorie Merriweather Post mansion in Palm Beach. Classic Sports Sunday has been expanded in the last several years to include pre- and post-war classic sporting automobiles. The setting will be superb as always, with the historic and restored mansion and the pristine grounds adding to the tropical splendor. Featuring Rolls-Royce in 2013, a field of 120 classic sporting automobiles will be presented on the lawn, including the finest examples of American, Italian, French, British and German classics.

For more information, visit

Cavallino Classic 2013 – Schedule of Events

Tuesday, January 22nd:
Private Test Day at Palm Beach International Raceway (PBIR)

Wednesday, January 23rd:
Registration at The Breakers
Private Test Day at Palm Beach International Raceway (PBIR)
Welcome Reception & Galleria d’Arte Preview at The Breakers

Thursday, January 24th:
Registration at The Breakers
Track Day at Palm Beach International Raceway
Cavallino Classic Historic Competition Practice at PBIR
Sponsor displays of automotive product, etc., at PBIR
Lecture Series on three rare automobiles at The Breakers
IAC/PFA Winter Meeting at The Breakers
Grand Driving Tour of Palm Beach, ends at the Jet Reception – New route
Reception at Jet Aviation at Palm Beach International Airport
Presentation of the Jet Aviation Cup – Peoples’ Choice

Friday, January 25th:
Registration for the Classic
Track Day at Palm Beach International Raceway
Cavallino Classic Historic Competition Races at PBIR
Sponsor displays of automotive product, etc., at PBIR
Cavallino Classic Yacht Hop – New location
Presentation of the Yacht Hop Cups – Peoples’ Choice
Presentation of the CCC Historic Competition Awards

Saturday, January 26th:
Concorso d’Eleganza at The Breakers – IAC/PFA Judging
Galleria d’Arte Exhibition at the Concorso
Sponsor displays of automotive product, etc., at the Concorso
Awards Reception at The Breakers – New format
Presentation of Concorso Awards – New format

Sunday, January 27th:
Classic Sports Sunday (CSS) at Mar-a-Lago
Pre- & Post-war Classic Sports Cars to 1970 displayed on the lawn
Featuring the Automobiles of Rolls-Royce
Charity Brunch in the Mar-a-Lago Ballroom
Presentation of the Classic Marque Awards
Presentation of Palm Beach Cups – Peoples’ Choice

[Source: Cavallino; photo: Alessandro Gerelli]


  1. Anonymous also says

    Where are David Brady’s photos of the Ferrari? They are superb and I would love to see those rather than these.

Leave a Comment