Ferrari hosts one of the greatest shows on the planet to mark the conclusion of its One-Make Racing Series. An ode on itself, the “Finali Modiali 2021” featured some of the finest cars from the automaker’s rich history all on track at Mugello.
The Daytona SP3 was released alongside the Ferrari Icona Model. A demonstration of this supercar took place. A limited-production model like the Monza SP1 and SP2, the Daytona SP3 celebrates Ferrari’s 1-2-3 finish at the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1967. It is powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12 that produces 829 horsepower (618 kW/684 PS) and 697 Nm (514 Lb-ft).
However, the car is here alongside its inspiration. The Daytona SP3, two 412Ps and a 330 P4 did some parade laps on the Mugello Circuit. The V12s of the two cars can be heard together pounding the Mugello Circuit.
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Ferrari wanted to showcase other parts of its racing history, as well as the timely vehicles. You can watch a video of three Formula 1 cars in action. They are two Ferrari F60 F1 cars from 2009 driven by Olivier Beretta, Giancarlo Fisichella, and a Ferrari SF70H drive by Andrea Bertolini.
Ferrari then brought out several FXX Ks and 599XXs as well as older 458 GT3 vehicles, an old 355 GT Competizione, various FXX Ks, and other cars to showcase its extensive range of performance vehicles.
Although the Finali Mondiali was a race, it was also an event in which there were real competitors. Luka Nurmi, who was then only 16, became the youngest ever winner of the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli. Ernst Kirchmayr was the Ferrari Challenge Europe Coppa Shell winner.