The Ferrari Finali Mondiali will take place on American soil for the first time in history. Taking place December 1-4 at fabled Daytona International Speedway, the event marks the culmination of the 2016 Ferrari Challenge season for teams from around the world and includes a compilation of all Ferrari Corse Clienti activities.
Throughout the weekend, Ferrari Challenge pilots from around the globe will brave the storied banks of Daytona as they compete for the title of world’s best. However, they will not be alone as they will be joined by XX and F1 Clienti program clients who will scream around the 3.56-mile road course to the delight of pilots and fans alike. Add to this the presence of the Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 team who will put on an unforgettable show complete with demonstration laps, pit stops and smoky burnouts in F1 style, a spectacle never seen at the Speedway.
Ferrari will also celebrate its long history of success at Florida’s Daytona International Speedway, which includes:
- 1963: Pedro Rodriguez won the three-hour Daytona Continental in a Ferrari 250 GTO, fielded by Luigi Chinetti’s North America Racing Team (N.A.R.T.)
- 1964: Pedro Rodriguez and Phil Hill won overall in a N.A.R.T. Ferrari 250 GTO as the Daytona Continental was expanded to 2,000 kilometers
- 1967: Ferrari orchestrated a 1-2-3 photo finish at the 24 Hours, led by Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon in a factory Ferrari 330 P3/4
- 1972: Mario Andretti and Jacky Ickx won overall in factory Ferrari 312 PB in a one-time event at the six-hour distance
- 1998: After years of trying, Gianpiero Moretti won the Daytona 24 Hours with Didier Theys, Mauro Baldi and Arie Luyendyk in a Ferrari 333 SP
Photo History of Ferrari Racing at Daytona International Speedway