Ferrari Finali Mondiali: 2019 Results

November 27th, 2019 by

2019 Ferrari Finali Mondiali starting line
Finali Mondiali is the final race in the Ferrari Challenge Series, a series of races in which real Ferrari enthusiasts compete in their own Prancing Horses. The Ferrari Finali Mondiali in 2019 took place at the Mugello Circuit in Italy and it was an unforgettable race.

2019 Finali Mondiali Results

Ferrari Challenge Europe celebrated victories

  • Louis Prette (Trofeo Pirelli)
  • Emanuele Maria Tabacchi (Trofeo Pirelli Am)
  • Tani Hanna (Coppa Shell)
  • Henrik Jansen (Coppa Shell Am)

Ferrari Challenge North America celebrated victories

  • Cooper MacNeil (Trofeo Pirelli)
  • Neil Gehani (Trofeo Pirelli Am)
  • Mark Issa (Coppa Shell)
  • Brad Horstmann (Coppa Shell Am)
  • Lisa Clark (Ladies Cup)

Ferrari Challenge Asia Pacific celebrated victories

  • Philippe Prette (Trofeo Pirelli AM)
  • Makoto Fujiwara (Coppa Shell)
  • Andrew Moon (Coppa Shell AM).

The 3.259-mile Mugello Circuit track features one long straight and 15 turns to push drivers’ skills to the limit, and is also the track that Ferrari uses for Formula One testing.

What is Ferrari Finali Mondiali?

Finali Mondiali is the culmination of worldwide racing events held as part of the Ferrari Challenge in Europe, America, and Asia/Pacific regions. Finali Mondiali is a unique gathering of these passionate Ferrari owners, and a chance for them to race in the Mugello Cricuit racetrack, which can accommodate 50,000 adoring racing fans.

Finali Mondiali races are split into two classes: Trofeo Pirelli (professional drivers) and Coppa Shell (amateur drivers); additionally, these classes are split into pro and amateur tiers. The final race of the event combines drivers from all classes and tiers into one magnificent race — the only limitation is the number of vehicles that can fit on the track!

Finali Mondiali is, at its heart, a celebration of the Prancing Horse: of the passion for driving, of the culture surrounding Ferrari vehicles, and the automotive innovation of the past, present, and future.

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