Ferrari Winter Driving Experience Details Announced


Ferrari has announced the details of their winter driving school for the FF.

Following the debut of the all-wheel-drive FF, Ferrari announced that they would offer a winter driving course geared specifically toward getting the most out of the V12 shooting brake in adverse conditions. Based on the "Pilota on Ice" program, which Ferrari offers in Italy, the Winter Driving Experience will take place in (where else) Aspen, Colorado. The two-day course will set you back $11,300, or you could pay the $950 guest fee and ride in the car instead of driving.

Each program will take 10 to 12 students who will share 8 examples of the FF. There will be a champagne reception, two group dinners and two group lunches at the track. When not at the track, student will be put up in the Little Neil Resort, which we're assuming is probably a pretty nice place to stay. There will be a photo package, and since this Ferrari, event memorabilia.

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