166 MM Barchetta, Chassis no 006, wins overall “Best in Show”
GT & Sport Cars
Inaugural Ferrari Classiche Concours at the Finali Mondiali, Daytona International Speedway
04 December, 2016 – Daytona, Florida. Ferrari was honoured to hold the inaugural Ferrari Classiche Concours at the Daytona International Speedwayduring the Finali Mondiali this weekend – the first time for this incredible event in the USA. With 73 of cars entered into the Classiche Concours, the standards were extremely high under IAC/PFA guidelines, with many very rare and special cars on display, such as a 330 P4 Drogo Spider which won the award for “Most Historically Significant Ferrari”.
The award for the “Most Elegant Classiche Certified Ferrari” went to a beautiful 1957 250 GT Cabriolet Pinifarina Spider Series 1, while the award for ” Best of Show Ferrari Classiche Preservation Award” went to an outstanding 1972 365 GTB/4 Daytona.
Two different Ferrari 400 Superamericas each won an award: a 1961 Pininfarina Cabriolet won the “Best of Show Ferrari Classiche Road Ferrari” and a truly exceptional Pininfarina Aerodinamico only 400SA alloy body, also of 1961, which won the “Best Concours Prepared Classiche Ferrari”.
The “Ferrari Classiche Enzo Ferrari” award for the overall “Best in Show” went to long-time Ferrari collectors, Brian and Kimberley Ross for their pristine and seductive 166 MM Touring Barchetta of 1947, chassis no. 006. And fellow Ferrari collector, Phil Bachmann won the award for “(Spirit of Show”), for having brought an amazing (12) cars from his Ferrari collection.