To celebrate Ferrari Friday, here are some images of mine from last weekend’s Cars and Coffee at Ferrari Tampa Bay. This is a Ferrari dealership in Palm Harbor, Florida which I’ve driven past many times over the years but haven’t been inside of, until now.
Like many themed shows there were exceptions to it being an “all Ferrari” event. This Lamborghini Aventador SV Spider made an appearance along with several Porsches, Vipers, and other exotics below.
Successor to the original practical supercar, the new twin-turbo hybrid Acura NSX.
Inside Ferrari Tampa Bay
The crown jewel inside the showroom was this privately owned LaFerrari Aperta (drop top) which was almost impossible to get a clear view of.
Another rare prancing horse on display was this F12-TDF. Until the 812 Superfast was unveiled earlier this year, this was Ferrari’s most powerful Barchetta to date.
Classics on Display
A couple of the rarely seen classics inside were this Ferrari 333SP race car and a privately owned Maserati 350 GT.
Meanwhile, out in the Parking Lot…
Something Radical this way comes. A 2016 street-legal Radical RXC Hypercar. People sometimes say “a race car for the road” but in this case it’s very fitting, with this RXC even sporting an on-board fire suppression system.
Ferrari 458 Spiders and 488 Spiders were everywhere. They appeared ready for the temperature to drop this weekend for some top down driving as Florida gets its.
The Miami Blue on this Cayman was simply stunning.
There was even a barely used Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti parked next to an old 164S.
Last but not least was a yellow Viper ACR. Very strange to see two ACRs within the space of just a couple of months, but here we are again, this time with a yellow example of the American Club Racer.
That’s all for today, I’m hoping to get some credentials for either the Classic 24 at Daytona soon or possibly the Classic 12 at Sebring, so hopefully I’ll have some new motorsport coverage to share with you.