Last weekend, four weeks after the start of the season at Monza, the second round of the 2016 Ferrari Challenge Europe took place. Ferrari came back to one of its traditional circuits, a place where the Ferrari Challenge has written many wonderful and beautiful chapters of its own story which began in 1993: Mugello. More than forty cars had signed up and it was a great occasion for Ferrari clients to once again try their car out on a real track. Let’s not forget Kessel Racing’s passion and input; last year at Mugello they celebrated Jacques Duyver’s title in the Shell Cup. Kessel is just as emphatically motivated this year at Mugello and is looking forward to the races ahead in the Ferrari Challenge as well as other championships where it is a key player.
A SPECTACULAR VIEW. Mugello has always represented one of the most beautiful circuits on the whole international scene. Two-wheeled riders and four-wheeled drivers love this track for its rises and falls and turns specifically made to show drivers’ technical ability. All things considered the Tuscan track is marvelled by everyone also and especially for the nature that wraps itself around the circuit. The track is immersed in striking tones of colour and is perfectly nestled in a bright and wide valley, magnificent in the Spring even for those at the wheel of a Ferrari Challenge car or in the boxes engaging in routine tasks. This is Mugello with its fragrances and perfumes of a unique land. It is a historical land of high values, tradition, culture and passion. Passion for racing, the very same passion which we take to circuits all over the world almost every weekend.