From October 26th to 29th, Ferrari organized the world finals the exclusive event marking the end of the Gran Turismo racing season. Over 40,000 people, including drivers, customers and simple enthusiasts, gathered at the Mugello International Circuit where dozens of road and track cars - almost all red - are paraded to share a weekend of competitions and celebrations.

This year's edition was particularly rich because it was part of the 70th anniversary of the Scuderia del Cavallino. Many attractions of the event: exhibitions of modern and historic Ferrari models, the chance to experience a ride in a racing car, meetings with drivers and demonstrations of Formula 1 pit stops.

The last races of the 2017 Challenge have awarded the world titles of the four classes and the two Gentlemen Cup and Ladies Cup divisions.
Jens Liebhauser (Formula Racing) has completed his season to frame the world title of the Pirelli Am Trophy. The Shell Cup went to Formula Racing driver Johnny Laursen. The Gentlemen Cup went to Henry Hassid (Charles Pozzi) and the Ladies Cup was won by Fabienne Wohlwend (Octane 126). The last world title of the 458 Challenge EVO was by the American Joseph Rubbo (Ferrari of Long Island).

Hublot partner Ferrari, sponsored the event and the colors of the brand were clearly visible on the circuit as well as on the safety car. Above the paddocks a Hublot area was set up complete with pop-up stores, to welcome friends and customers and show them the products of the Nyon factory, first of all the Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph.

"The atmosphere at Ferrari's World Finals is electric," said Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO Hublot. "The excitement of the brand's fans is tangible and the drivers are pervaded by a spirit of the end of the season. and we were happy to participate with our Hublot Techframe watch and our different on-site activities. "

The highlight of the event was the show that involved Giancarlo Fisichella, Andrea Bertolini and Davide Rigon on the Formula 1 F60s. To finish an extraordinary line-up consisting of 70 F1 Clienti cars, those of the XX programs and some racing GTs among the most glorious. In front of the group of cars, the legendary 125 S was the first Ferrari built in 1947 while the Carabinieri of the Skydiving Section landed on the track with the tricolor flag and the Prancing Horse symbol of the Maranello House.

The closing day was also attended by the Chairman and CEO Sergio Marchionne who awarded the winner of the Pirelli Trophy, Fabio Leimer aboard the 488 Challenge of the Octane 126 team before taking a walk in the pitlane to greet the customers and the public in the stands and pose for ritual photos.

Bedetti official Hublot dealer awaits you in its store in Piazza San Silvestro to admire this wonderful watch.