Ferrari Racing Days Bringing Italian Power And Flair To Laguna Seca

Fans of Ferrari in California, or anywhere else in the United States, will be excited to hear that the latest Ferrari Racing Days event will take place at the WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca track on May 10-12.

Ferrari Racing Days are the events the car manufacturer hosts for its Corse Clienti customer racing division. This means customer-owned Ferrari Formula 1 cars will hit the most famous racetrack in the United States. Additionally, a Ferrari 488 Challenge race will be hosted during the weekend and customers of Ferrari’s ultra-exclusive XX Program cars will also have the opportunity to drive their cars on the track.

Throughout the years, the XX Program has built three distinct production car-based models for its wealthiest customers to enjoy on track. The first of these was the Enzo-based FXX, launched in 2005 and sold until 2007 in both ‘standard’ and Evoluzione forms.

After Ferrari launched the FXX, it released a track-only version of the 599 GTB dubbed the 599XX. Like the FXX, this model was also sold in both standard and Evo guises and featured an extremely limited production run. The latest model from the XX Program is the LaFerrari-based FXX K and FXX K Evo. Examples of all of these track monsters are expected to be present at the Laguna Seca event.

While only Ferrari customers and racing drivers will be permitted to pound the tarmac over the weekend, spectators are more than welcome and tickets can be purchased through the ticket office at the circuit.

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