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Largest ever Ferrari collection gathers in Sydney

Largest ever Ferrari collection gathers for Sydney display

The largest ever gathering of Ferraris seen in the Southern Hemisphere will take place in Sydney on Sunday 13 August when more than 130 of the legendary Italian supercars come together to help raise money for the Westmead Children’s Hospital in the Darling Harbour Exhibition Centre.

Organisers plan to have on display at least one of every Ferrari road car produced since 1960 and there will be a genuine Ferrari Formula One car on display as a representative of Ferrari’s unique record of success at the pinnacle of motorpsort.

Leading the display will be cars described as the greatest super cars of their eras, the Ferrari Daytona, the Ferrari F40 and the Ferrari Enzo, named after the automotive genius who founded Ferrari. Also on display will be latest examples of today’s Ferrari range, the F430, F430 Spider and the 612 Scaglietti. Other classic Ferrari models on display include the Ferrari 275 GTB and the 575 Maranello, named after Ferrari home town.

Alongside the cars, there will also be comprehensive displays charting the history of Ferrari and explaining the exceptional technology that has driven Ferrari forward at the cutting edge of both motorsport and road car development.

Organized by the Ferrari Club of Australia, the display will enable the public to see unique and rare cars that are normally hidden from public display. The Club members are also donating there time, as well as precious cars, to the event to ensure the maximum amount of money car be raised for the Westmead Children’s Hospital.

“It is more than 15 years since a display of this type was held last held,” says Ian Gow, Ferrari Club NSW President. “So this is a rare opportunity for people to see the best and rarest Ferraris in Australia. This year’s display is much larger than ever seen before and the array of cars is exceptional. Darling Harbour is the perfect venue and offers a great day out for the whole family. We are very proud to support The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and invite everyone along to help make the day a great success.”

The Ferrari display will be in Hall One, Darling Harbour. Tickets are $12 for Adults and Children Under 16 are free. The display is open from 9 am – 4 pm only on Sunday, August 13.

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