A few years ago the idea Ferrari Classiche Cavalcade was born as a way of allowing owners to enjoy their classic Ferraris on the open road. Up until that point the driving events for super expensive classic cars was a rare treat, leaving owners wanting just a little more.

But this isn’t just about the million-dollar cars, but it also open to the more humble classic models that sit at the bottom of the Ferrari bracket. Cars like the Ferrari 400i and 308 GT4 are also welcome too.

The event always takes place in stunning locations in and around Italy, and this year was no exception. The 2018 Ferrari Classiche Cavalcade was set in Sardinia, an island off the coast of Italy. Taking place between the 18th and 22nd of September, 70 cars made it to Sardinia coming from 20 different countries.

As the images and the video shows, this was not a posing party to show off your car, but an all-weather driving through the country experience. For owners it’s a chance to drive their cars on real roads. Dare I say just as Enzo expected.

 

The Ferrari Classiche Cavalcade

The starting point for the Ferrari Classiche Cavalcade was the Valle dell’Erica, exploring various areas of beautiful Northern Sardinia each day. Alghero to the Valle della Luna, from Castelsardo to Porto Cervo and the island of Caprera were all on the itinerary. After covering over 800 km the Cavalcade ended, with a spectacular parade and official presentation of all the cars to the public of Maddalena.

Although it was all about the owners and their cars, there were plenty of enthusiasts en route to admire the beautiful cars. Some of the rarer models included the 500 TRC, 340 America, 250 Europa, 750 Monza and the 250 California SWB to name but a few.

Enjoy the pictures and let us know in the comments section below which car you would take to Ferrari Classiche Cavalcade in 2019?

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