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Park Profile


drivers. The simulators are extremely similar to the ones used by F1 drivers during training. There are also versions for younger drivers. Ferrari Land’s younger guests can also sit themselves on a


The strong Ferrari branding continues on the race circuit,


offering a 500 metre trip in one of the Italian company’s GT racing cars or at least a scale reproduction of the legendary model "La Ferrari". Next to the race circuit, visitors will find the Free-Fall and Bounce-Back Towers (by S&A – Sansei), two attractions designed to resemble the giant pistons of a Formula 1 car. Each tower will have its own characteristics and will offer different experiences to those who decide to try them. In addition, eight semi-professional driving simulators will be at the park enabling visitors to test their expertise as


miniature reproduction of a Formula 1 car and experience the excitement of skidding in an attraction inspired by the traditional “whip". At the Pit Stop two teams can compete to be the fastest in changing four wheels of a true-to-scale Formula 1 car. The park also boasts five restaurants, including (naturally) an Italian Trattoria, inspired by the restaurant in Maranello (the home of Ferrari). Naturally there is an official Ferrari store. A photo


opportunity point will be next to the entrance of the vertical accelerator so visitors can capture the moment. Last but not least, Ferrari Land will host three entertainment


shows at different times of the day, featuring street animation teams.


APRIL 2017


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