To celebrate Ferrari’s 60th anniversary in the United States, Ferrari owners gathered with their cars for a rally from New York City’s Battery Park to the first Ferrari dealership still in operation, Miller Motorcars in Greenwich, Connecticut and finally ending at the Bridge Club in Bridgehampton, New York. The golf club was built on the vestiges of the famed Bridge Race Track which back in its day was frequented by Ferrari’s and other famous sports cars competing in the World Sports Car Championship, Can-Am and the National Sports Car Championship.
Included in the Tributo Ferrari were a selection of classics including a 250 GT SWB, 275 GTB, and a 365 GTB Daytona marking Ferrari’s heritage from classic to current models, with some recent examples such as a 458 Speciale and the California T.
The rally began at sunrise in downtown Manhattan, passing by the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the Freedom Tower, the Flatiron Building, Times Square, Columbus Circle and Central Park. Along the way the engines of the 48 Ferrari’s roared through the New York City’s concrete canyons and Connecticut’s lush country roads to the delight of fans and passers-by who were able to catch a glimpse of the cars on the route.