The 26 entrants are valued at a total of more than $250 million.
The Cavallino Classic held its 30th gathering earlier this year, bringing together some of the greatest and rarest Ferraris to Florida for the yearly event. But Cavallino’s 30th in 2021 will be different for reasons other than COVID and the complexities it brought. For the first time in the event’s history, there’ll be a second one, and it’s going international.
The Concorso di Modena kicks off this Friday, July 2, in Modena, Italy, where Ferrari founder Enzo Ferrari was born. The event is intended to pay homage to Enzo, with 26 cars entered in the Concorso so far.
The Cavallino Classic event started in the early 1990s under the purview of Cavallino Magazine. Full disclosure: both Cavallino Magazine and Canossa Events, which now owns and operates the Cavallino Classic, are part of Motorsport Network, the parent company of Motor1.com. For the full story, check out this article from Motor 1.