After the last edition of the Ferrari Finali Mondiali contested on the Mugello circuit, the 2022 edition will take place at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola.
The Ferrari Finali Mondiali 2022 at Imola
The Autodromo Enzo and Dino Ferrari in Imola will host the Ferrari Finali Mondiali next year from October 26 to 31, 2022. The announcement, made at the Ferrari Challenge Champions Awards Gala, brings the sumptuous event back to the circuit de Santerno after a last edition in 1999.
This is an important return to the site bearing the name of the founder of the Maranello brand, which nevertheless continued to host numerous editions of the Ferrari Challenge Europe, F1 Clienti and XX Program events. The Ferrari Finali Mondiali celebrates the climax of the sports season with the fans, bringing together all the main activities of the brand on the same track.
A nice show at Mugello
The emotion was very present during the event which traditionally closes the Finali Mondiali. Some of the most iconic machines in Maranello history have taken to the Mugello circuit track, historic models, the protagonists of the extraordinary GT season and the all-new Ferrari Daytona SP3, the very essence of the spirit of race, which, while paying homage to the past, projects the Prancing Horse into the future.
The action on the track began with the Formula 1 single-seaters: two F60s which were the protagonists of the 2009 world championship and a 2017 SF70-H. At the wheel, the three champions Giancarlo Fisichella, Olivier Beretta and Andrea Bertolini ignited the spectacle with overtaking, high speed sprints, pit stops and burnouts.
Then came the turn of the GT competition cars, with a parade of the protagonists of the 2021 season, the most successful in Ferrari’s history in WEC, GTWC and DTM with a parade of overtaking safely made by champions James Calado, Miguel Molina, Nicklas Nielsen, Alessandro Pier Guidi and Liam Lawson.
The grand finale was dedicated to the all-new Ferrari Daytona SP3, the second car in the Icona limited series, whose design pays homage to the rear-mid-engine Ferrari V12 sports prototypes that have helped make the brand a motorsport legend.
And symbolically and appropriately, the new Daytona SP3 was accompanied around the Mugello corners by the 330 P3 / 4, 330 P4 and 412P which finished on the podium at the Daytona 24 Hours in 1967, in the first racing of the world championship of sports prototypes.