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Modena Motorsport Track Days
For the 2015 edition, Uwe Meissner’s biennial Modena Motorsport Track Days will once again set up camp at the spectacular Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium, following the success of its visit there in 2013. Spa, along with the Nurburgring, is a track that is on every budding racing driver’s “must do” list, but unlike the Nurburgring is not open for public use. However, the test days give entrants the privileged opportunity to acquaint themselves first hand with the awesome circuit, and to experience famous bends like the La Source hairpin, followed by the blast down to the stomach wrenching Eau Rouge and Radillon section. Porsche will attend the gathering officially for the first time with Jacky Ickx, who of course took five of his six Le Mans 24 Hour Race victories in Porsches, and is a stalwart supporter of the event. The Danish Ferrari dealer has expressed interest in attending the event with clients, so it is likely that there will be a strong Scandinavian flavour.
When02 - 03 June 2015 (2 days) 

Plans are afoot to gather a fine assembly of supercars, ranging from LaFerrari, through Pagani, Bugatti, Lamborghini etc, which should make quite a spectacular ensemble. As usual F1 cars will feature strongly on the agenda, with strong interest even at this early stage of planning. The dates for this year’s gathering are Tuesday 02 and Wednesday 03 June, and it promises to offer attendees a wide variety of exciting and exotic machinery for their enjoyment. As in 2013, the full Grand Prix circuit will be used, and everybody will get the opportunity of plenty of track time, with a total of 6 hours overall available per day split between the different groups. There is also an informal concours for all Ferraris in attendance, judged by an international roving jury, with desirable Schedoni leather plaques being presented to the class and overall winners.


Although it is predominantly a Ferrari orientated gathering, it is not to the exclusion of other marques, and there is always a fine array of other exotic machinery in attendance. Recent gatherings have seen the likes of Maserati MC12s, McLaren F1GTRs, Porsche GT1 and a 962, and Williams F1 cars, whilst there are always a number of Ferrari F1 cars of different eras, together with a broad spectrum of Ferrari’s sports racing and GT models.


Note the date in your diary now, it promises to be an event not to be missed.


Better still, go to the website and reserve your place on the grid!