Cavallino Classic Cup – Registration, Sporting- and Technical Regulations

Cavallino Classic Cup is Canossa’s new offer for all Ferraristi with a racing soul, who want to dust their glorious cars off and breathe the scent of petrol and tires.

For this first year CANOSSA is offering three dates with three different and dedicated formats. The races are open to five generations of Ferrari Challenge cars, from the 348 to the fantastic 458 EVO.

A unique driving adventure designed for bringing new life to the excellence and history of the Ferrari Challenge models and enabling these wonderful creatures to unleash their maximum power back on track. Enjoy this fun-filled experience made of unrestrained emotions!

The racing format of the racetrack experience at the Red Bull Ring includes:

  • 25’ free practice (1 round of 25′)
  • 2×20’ qualifying (2 rounds of 20′)
  • 45’ race (1 race of 45′, including 5′ of pit-stop)

The starting grid is based on the qualifying best time of the two sessions.

Application: For registration, apply HERE

Race Documents: Sporting and Technical Regulations (Pending approval by Aci Sport) HERE

For more informations about the Cup, please contact Canossa Events at

General information about the Cavallino Classic Cup HERE and the event at the Red Bull Ring HERE

+++Cavallino Classic Cup 2022+++Challenge and GT Days goes RACING+++

Dear friends, we are extremely proud to be part oft he brand new „Cavallino Classic Cup“ by Canossa Events. Five generartions of Ferrari Challenge cars, from the 348 to the fantastic 458 Evo are aligeble for the racing series.

The Red Bull Ring in June with our Challenge and GT Days will be the first meeting of this brand new series for Ferrari Challenge cars. The Challenge and GT Days are still no RACE, so there will be no time keeping for group 1,2, 3 and 4, it is rather a „come together” for friends and family without any noise limits. Details about the event HERE

The power and the elegance of the Prancing Horse meet the adrenaline and dynamism of the best circuits in a unique and spectacular racing series addressed to iconic Ferrari Challenge models, as 348, 355, 360, 430 and 458.

CALENDAR for 2022

June 7-8 – Red Bull Ring (Challenge and GT Days)

Sept. 30-October 1 – Varano

October 22-23 – Misano

For 2023 there are 5 races planed

Description for the Red Bull Ring Race

The racing format of the racetrack experience includes (can be changed any time):

  • 2 rounds of 25min free practices/qualifying (first day 7th of June)
  • 1 round of 20min qualifying (8th of June before lunch)
  • 1 race of 40min after lunch (20min race – 5min in the pits – driver change possible – 20min race)

All details, the application, the sporting- and technical regulations and all informations are following soon. General information about the Challenge and GT Days HERE

An engaging and challenging competition specifically designed for the most passionate Ferraristi, a fun-filled experience made of unrestrained emotions!

For more informations, please contact Canossa Events at

Info about the Cavallino Classic Cup HERE at CANOSSA Events



For sale – Ferrari F430 GTC Michelotto Prototyp


Details about the car HERE at

Asking price is EUR 850.000,–

Verkauft wird ein seltener Ferrari F430 GTC Protyp (Michelotto).

Das gegenständliche Fahrzeug ist ein historisch bedeutender Ferrari, da es sich um den Prototyp der Ferrari 430 GT2 Rennwagen handelt. Das Wettbewerbsfahrzeug befindet sich in Originalzustand mit geringen Gebrauchsspuren, frisch serviciert von Michelotto in Padova. (Ferrari Classiche zertifiziert)

Spezifische Fahrzeughistorie:

Chassis 2404 ist der erste jemals gebaute 430 GTC und wurde von Ferrari SpA als Prototyp/Entwicklungsfahrzeug und als einer der ersten Werkswagen eingesetzt. Folgt man der typischen Nomenklatur der Ferrari-Fahrgestellnummern, könnte man meinen, dass 2402 das erste gebaute Auto ist. Aber aus nicht bekannten Gründen hat Michelotto, der die GT-Rennwagen für Ferrari baut, immer die xx04 für Prototyp verwendet. Auch ist der 2404 der einzige Wagen, der nach seiner aktiven Karriere direkt von Ferrari verkauft wurde, alle anderen Wagen wurden von verschiedenen Rennteams verkauft. Neben vielen Test-, Entwicklungs- und Homologationsarbeiten wurde der 2404 auch von Ferrari SpA / AF Corse (dem Ferrari-Werksteam) in mehreren Rennen mit Fahrern wie Bruni, Vilander, Melo, Parente und Barba eingesetzt. “Jimmi” Bruni ist heute als einer der erfolgreichsten GT-Fahrer aller Zeiten bekannt.