Bucket list cars, region-first exclusives, and a chance to mix it up with fans of the prancing horse? There’s a reason why we’re so excited about the arrival of Universo Ferrari to Sydney’s Royal Randwick Racecourse this November. It would be rude to call this anything but an immersive experience for Ferrari fans, who will get the opportunity to explore the brand’s illustrious past and future with a festival that’s never before taken place outside the marque’s hometown of Maranello.
We don’t want to give anything away early, but the names Purosangue and Daytona SP3 should be enough to get fanatics excited. And yes, you’ll get a chance to see these in the flesh for the first time in the region.
What: Universo Ferrari
Where: The Winx Stand, Australian Turf Club at Royal Randwick Racecourse.
When: 26th-28th November (Private), Tuesday 29th November (Public).
Tickets: eventbrite.com, from $50pp
Universo Ferrari last held an event in 2019 at the brand’s headquarters in Maranello, Italy, and drew in more than 14,000 fans from around the world. That event included world premieres of the F8 Spider and the 812 GTS and paid homage to Scuderia Ferrari’s 90th anniversary and iconic cars such as the 250 GTO that was on display in the Ferrari Classiche area. Expect nothing less from the Sydney event.
Think of the Sydney event as a guided pathway that leads you through exclusive Ferrari showings, including:
- History of the brand’s origins in racing with Scuderia Ferrari, the story of the Formula 1 team.
- Classic restorations at Ferrari Classiche.
- Customer racing programs of Corse Clienti and Competizioni GT.
- The entire current vehicle range.
- Tailor Made personalisation program.
- Ferrari Icona collection.
- Ferrari Purosangue premiere.
Tickets are available on Eventbrite right now via the link below. The brand asks guests to arrive 15 minutes before their scheduled start time for check-in. Each session lasts for 90 minutes, including time for premium food and beverage options which are available to purchase at the last stage of the experience. A reminder that the event will be open to the general public on Tuesday 29th November and proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to charity. Parking is available on-site at the Royal Randwick Racecourse car park.
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