31° Palm Beach Cavallino Classic 2022

24 Gennaio, 2022 Published in Motors, Yachts and Airplanes

Nello scenario mozzafiato del Mar-A-Lago Club presso The Breakers a Palm Beach si è tenuta la memorabile 31esima edizione del Palm Beach Cavallino Classic. Le più belle Ferrari d’epoca hanno prima girato in pista al The Concours Club, poi hanno partecipato al tour d’eleganza percorrendo una delle più belle strade panoramiche della Florida e infine hanno fatto bella mostra di sé al Concorso di Eleganza. Tra le auto più ammirate la 250 GTO del 1964, la 166 Spyder Corsa del 1948, la Ferrari 365 P Speciale s/n 8971 del 1966 e la Ferrari F40 LM s/n 95449 del 1993.

Per la cena di Gala sono stati serviti i tortellini fatti a mano dalle sfogline di Castelfranco Emilia, cucinati al momento dal nipote di quella che era stata la cuoca personale di Enzo Ferrari negli anni 50-60, accompagnati da vini italiani. I trofei sono stati disegnati da Pininfarina.

Cavallino Classic ha anche un cuore d’oro e ha rinnovato il suo supporto all’American Council of the Blind e aggiunto un contributo per la Dreyfoos School of the Arts di West Palm Beach, per la la Piston Foundation e per la Police and Fire Department Foundation di Palm Beach.

Luigi Orlandini, Presidente ed Amministratore Delegato di Canossa Events, e Duccio Lopresto, in rappresentanza di Sotheby’s, hanno accolto Cristiano Musillo, Console Generale d’Italia a Miami. Importante la partecipazione all’evento di Ferrari North America.

In the breathtaking scenery of the Mar-A-Lago Club at The Breakers in Palm Beach was held the memorable 31st Palm Beach Cavallino Classic. The most beautiful Ferrari classics first were on the track at The Concours Club, then participated in the Tour d?Eleganza along one of the most Florid’s scenic route and finally they were at the Concorso di Eleganza. Among the most admired cars the 1964 250 GTO, the 1948 166 Spyder Corsa, the 1966 Ferrari 365 P Speciale s/n 8971 and the 1993 Ferrari F40 LM s/n 95449. The tortellini on the menu of the gala dinner were also handmade, by the famous “Sfogline” (specialist pasta makers from Reggio Emilia). These were cooked freshly on the night by an Italian chef who is also grandson of the woman who was Enzo Ferrari’s personal chef in the 1950s and ’60s. The trophies were designed by Pininfarina. Cavallino Classic also has a good heart so it continues to support the American Council of the Blind and extended its support to the Dreyfoos School of the Arts of West Palm Beach, to the Piston Foundation and to the Police and Fire Department Foundation of Palm Beach. Luigi Orlandini, President and CEO of Canossa Events, and Duccio Lopresto, Sotheby’s, welcomed Cristiano Musillo, Consul General of Italy in Miami. The participation of the Ferrari North America was important.

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