One a year in January, Palm Beach, Florida becomes the center of the Ferrari world with Cavallino Classic. This four-day event presents the full spectrum of the Ferrari lifestyle, including racing, touring, and concours competition – all in and around the luxurious setting of The Breakers hotel. A feast for all the senses, Cavallino Classic is a rare opportunity to see the marque’s vibrant history on display and on the track.
The Cavallino Classic 2020 is coming soon in Palm Beach, FL. Far more than a series of shows, displays and concours judging, the Cavallino Classic is a true enthusiast-based event. While certainly focused on Ferrari, other distinguished marques are prominently celebrated, this year celebrating the 110th anniversary of Alfa Romeo.
At its Amelia Island auction, Gooding & Company will offer an exemplary rendition of this ultra-rare and prized Ferrari, a 1956 410 Superamerica Series I that’s had only three owners and under 7,500 miles from new. It has been restored twice. The pre-sale estimate is $5m-$6m.
Once again the beautiful community of Palm Beach, Florida hosted throngs of Ferrari enthusiasts for the annual Cavallino Classic.
The Cavallino Classic had its 25th anniversary this year in Palm Beach Florida. Ferrari owners, enthusiasts, dealers and Ferrari S.p.A. itself all made their annual migration to “the island.”
Attending Cavallino Classic should be considered mandatory for every Ferrari driver and anyone planning to become one. It should also be on the bucket list of every sports car enthusiast. The event, which is celebrating its 25th year, honors this great marque in an enjoyable, accessible way for owners, buffs and the general public.
The Breakers Hotel welcomed the roar of contemporary and vintage Ferrari’s to their quiet island for this year’s Cavallino Classic. Parking difficulties are always a great way to judge the crowd and we were hard-pressed to find a spot. All spaces were filled with Ferrari’s, Bentley’s, Lamborgini’s and so on. Restaurants and bars were full of great stories of Ferrari’s. As always, Palm Beach never disappoints.