The meeting with the exclusive group of Ferrari enthusiasts, organized by Canossa Events to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Le Mans 24 Hours, surpassed all expectations. The five-day program, equally divided between track events and Parisian attractions, culminated in the spectacular victory of the Ferrari 499P after a thrilling race over the entire 24 hours.
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The jubilation over an achievement that may have seemed improbable, given the exceptional caliber of the competitors, was just a part of a program that allowed participants to not only witness the race from the prestigious Drivers Club at the renowned track and the most exciting points of the circuit, but also to indulge in the aristocratic Parisian luxury.
Guests stayed at the Four Seasons on Avenue George V, located in the elegant heart of Paris, and were treated to the convenience of a Canossa Events private aircraft for seamless transportation to and from the track. These arrangements facilitated unforgettable experiences in the Ville Lumiere, including dinner at the historic and highly exclusive venue of the Automobile Club de France, offering breathtaking nighttime views of Paris from the terrace of Place de la Concorde, and an exclusive lunch at the Maison de Famille Louis Vuitton in Asnières-sur-Seine.
Hence, the participants of Le Mans Experience found themselves locked in a thrilling competition between the exhilaration of the racetrack and the enchantment of Paris. Who won? Even for the ladies present, it was the adrenaline fueled by the winning Ferrari 499P, car number 51, driven by Alessandro Pier Guidi, Antonio Giovinazzi, and James Calado that reigned supreme.
The Ferrari victory was also a triumph for Canossa Events, which fuels a global passion for the Maranello brand, exemplified through prestigious events such as the Palm Beach Cavallino Classic Concorso d’Eleganza and the international Cavallino Magazine.