Pack your bags and head to Italy. Ferrari's museum in Maranello, Galleria Ferrari, is offering a special day for its 200,000th visitor.
Since it opened in 1990, it passed the 2 millionth visitor mark last month. However this year, it's expected that the 200,000th visitor for the year will roll through the doors in the last two weeks of December.
The prize is to be a full day inside the Ferrari Factory, something normally reserved for Ferrari owners, hot laps on the Fiorano test track with Ferrari’s own test drivers and a special meal at the historic Ristorante Cavallino.
“Despite several visits to the Galleria, I always make time to visit again when I am in Maranello,” said Kevin Wall, General Manager for Ferrari in Australia and New Zealand. “There is always something new to see, usually both a new themed display as well as different vehicles in the main display areas. But what really amazes me is just how close you can get to look at their priceless display cars and how visitors can really get a feel for and understand the passion that has driven Ferrari to become both the most successful racing team or all time and the number one super car maker.”
Now, I'm off to see Alborz about those tickets to Italy....