It all began with the 125 S—the first car to bear the Cavalino Rampante badge on its hood. As the car driven by Enzo Ferrari roared through the streets of Maranello for the very first time, it signaled not just the arrival of a new brand but the beginning of a new era in the automotive industry. And the rest, as they say, is history.
This year, Ferrari celebrates seventy glorious years of creating some of the finest supercars in the business. From motorsport to the road, the Prancing Horse has given us iconic nameplates like the Dino, F40, 250 GTO, and the LaFerrari, just to name a few. Whichever one you choose, each and every machine is not just built with metal parts; it is filled with passion.
It is this very same passion that Autostrada Motore Inc, exclusive Philippine importer and distributor of Ferrari, celebrated last weekend as it treated owners and enthusiasts to a grand bash that saw the marque head up north to the City of Pines, Baguio. Kicking things off at the Shell station along North Luzon Expressway, the cavalcade of Prancing Horses made its way up north, passing through long stretches of highway along NLEX, SCTEX, and TPLEX.