Family Day at Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Celebrates 70th Anni

Family Day at Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Celebrates 70th Anni

Family Day at Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Celebrates 70th Anni


A the weekend a record number of visitors went Maranello for the Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) employee open day

What better way to celebrate Ferrari’s 70th Anniversary than with a record turnout for the now-traditional Family Day for the company’s employees and their families.

In all about, 18,000 people came to the factory at the Maranello complex and the Scaglietti works in Modena for the event which was attended by Chairman and CEO Sergio Marchionne and Vice-Chairman Piero Ferrari.

Some of the company’s most exclusive areas were opened to the visitors for the occasion, including the new car test-benches and Ferrari Classiche department in the Production Car area as well as the ultramodern GES Racing Division building where the Scuderia Ferrari F1 team is HQ’d.

Of course, the F1 racing section was hugely popular.

Family Day also provided a close look at the single-seaters past and present as well as other racing cars.

Also on display, of course, was the current GT range, most notably, the newly-arrived Ferrari Portofino.

Symbol Last Trade Date Change Open High Low Volume
NYSE:RACE 110.51 25 September 2017 -2.96 112.94 113.02 109.68 657,488
HeffX-LTN Analysis for RACE: Overall Short Intermediate Long
Neutral (0.09) Neutral (0.02) Neutral (-0.14) Bullish (0.38)

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