Ferrari hosted the Finali Mondiali event over the weekend at the Monza track in Italy, and that was the perfect opportunity for them to parade their latest creations: the SP1 and SP2.
The two supercars, which are part of the Icona series, received a warm welcome from the audience present at the circuit. And after making a good impression with the public, they were taken backstage.
This is where Ferrari’s employees covered their bodies before loading them into the truck, as if they wanted to hide their carefully sculpted bodies from the curious bystanders. So, if you were wondering what a speedster (or two) looks like being driven with a car cover on, the answer is a mouse click away.
In only four days, the Ferrari Mondiali gathered more than 50,000 people, with 30,000 flocking at the Monza track for the final day of the event, joined by the brand’s CEO, Louis Camilleri, and other Prancing Horse officials.
Setting the mood at the paddock was Ferrari’s entire road range, as well as 40 legendary rides whose names are linked to the history of Monza. The lineup included the 488 Pista Spider, as well as the aforementioned Monza SP1 and Monza SP2.
Finally, 10 employees at the Maranello factory got to experience a hot lap in the 488 GTB alongside one of the Competizioni GT drivers.
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