This weekend might have been the most eventful one yet for Ferrari enthusiasts around the world honoring the brand’s 70th anniversary. Autoweek reports that festivities have been held in as many as 60 countries thus far, and they’re far form over. Motorclassica will also pay homage to the Italian automaker.
Over the weekend enthusiasts gathered at the Fiorano track to honor the brand. On the first day of the event, a musical was performed, titled “Ferrari Settanta” (Ferrari 70). It depicted the life of Enzo Ferrari, and included everything from laser lights to disco dancers to Sebastian Vettel in the flesh. Members of the audience included FCA CEO and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne, F1 chariman Chase Carey, and other influential figures in the industry.
On the second day, a concours was held and about 120 Ferrari vehicles competed for Best of Show race car and Best of Show road car. Best race car went to a 1953 340 MM Spider Vignale, and best road car went to a 1986 Testarossa Spider once owned by Fiat chariman Gianni Agnelli.
In addition, the highly-anticipated RM Sotheby’s Ferrari Legende e Passione auction took place, during which the final Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta sold for a record-breaking $10 million USD. Other highlights include the Ferrari Daytona Alloy, which sold for $2.1 million USD, and the 70th Anniversary Ferrari 488 “Green Jewel,” which sold for $1.3 million USD.