SCD Season Opener Saturday 15th May 2021
2021 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance Thursday 20th May 2021 to Sunday 23rd May 2021 - Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island, Florida
Silverstone Auction - The May Sale Saturday 22nd May 2021 - Silverstone
Bonhams MPH May Sale Saturday 22nd May 2021 - Bicester Heritage
Equipe GTS pre 63 race Saturday 22nd May 2021 - Oulton Park
Silverstone International Trophy Meeting Sunday 23rd May 2021 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit
Concorso D’Eleganza Villa D’Este Friday 28th May 2021 to Sunday 30th May 2021 - The Grand Hotel, Villa d’Este, Lake Como, Italy
Masters Historic Festival Saturday 29th May 2021 to Sunday 30th May 2021 - Brands Hatch
Challenge & GT Days Tuesday 1st June 2021 to Wednesday 2nd June 2021 - Red Bull Ring Austria
Retromobile Wednesday 2nd June 2021 to Sunday 6th June 2021 - Paris Porte De Versailles, Paris
2019 marked the 28th Cavallino Classic, an annual pilgrimage for the most significant road and race Ferraris from across the globe. Sponsored by Cavallino Magazine, the event was once more held at the historical Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida.
The five-day gathering saw 400 cars attending and despite the continued downpours, only 8 of 130 cars in the main concours didn’t make it. Cars travelled from 23 countries in total, as far as Thailand, Japan and Hong Kong.
Kicking off the event was the two-day track meeting at Palm Beach International Raceway. Ferarris, Bugattis, Maseratis and Alfa Romeos battled it out on the 11-turn circuit.
Whilst the special feature this year was in celebration of the 250 GT Berlinetta SWB, the event welcomed many notable Ferraris including several other notable 250 series cars including Californias, Testa Rossas and a Tour de France. Best of Show was awarded to a 1958 335S, others awarded included a 1958 250 Testa Rossa and a one-off 1965 275 GTB Speciale, originally built for Battista Pininfarina.
James Cottingham attended the event on behalf of DK, taking with him our Ferrari 166MM #0146E/0346M, the last 166 completed and the only example to wear a Pininfarina body. Fresh from its Classiche Red Book Certification at the factory, the car was flown to Florida – close to where it was found by ourselves in 2005 ahead of our restoration. The Cavallino Classic marked the first public outing for the car in five years; and the first time in the USA since that restoration was completed. It was extremely well received scoring exceptionally well given the age of its DK restoration. The car is now being offered for sale exclusively at DK Engineering.
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