Ferraris, Alfas and more gather at a polo club in the UK to honor the late Sergio Pininfarina.
Pininfarina has designed a staggering array of the world's most beautiful cars. Most notable have been the Ferraris, of course, but the famed Italian design studio has worked for everyone from Lancia and Alfa Romeo to Ford and BMW. After 73 years in business, Pininfarina's portfolio has grown to sizable proportions, and over 200 of its designs came together this past weekend for a rare tribute rally in the UK. The event was held at the Hurtwood Park Polo Club in Ewhurst, Surrey, to pay tribute to the late Sergio Pininfarina.
Among those vehicles in attendance were classic Ferraris like the rare Ferrari 275 GTB Spider, 250 GT SWB and 365 GTB/4 Daytona, modern Prancing Horses like the 360 Modena and 458 Spider, and specials like Eric Clapton's SP12 and the latest Pininfarina Sergio concept, which made its British debut at the event. Also on display were examples of the Alfa Romeo Duetto and Lancia Aurelia B20, B24 Spider and Montecarlo. The Who drummer Kenney Jones was on hand for the event, alongside fellow British musicians Rod Stewart and Eric Clapton.