The Padre-Figlio 2019: hairpin bends and strong emotions in Provence

An unforgettable experience in France!

We were in Provence to follow up close the 2019 edition of Raduno Padre-Figlio, the regularity rally organised by Happy Few Racing open to Ferraris from all periods, classic and modern, that took place from 18 to 20 October on the most beautiful roads of this fascinating region of France.
Here’s the photo of the three winning teams, but our attention will focus, just for the moment, on the Ferrari 250 GT Lusso admirably driven by Gino and Francesco who, for the second year in a row, won the trophy made by Roberto Brandoli.

Gino and Francesco’s smiling faces say it all: it’s a great satisfaction to arrive first at the Father-Son Event, on board their own Ferrari 250 GT Lusso (and last year with a modern Ferrari). We are absolutely certain, however, that the greatest satisfaction is the sharing of a memorable experience between father and son, an emotion shared by all the teams.

We saw plenty of smiles and joy at the Event: this is the main reason for warmly recommending all our Clients not to miss the chance of going next year.  
There are two fundamental requirements: a Ferrari and the possibility of forming a Father and Son team.

The date and place of the next edition have been announced: at Saint Moritz (wow!) from 26 to 28 June 2020!

Going back to the heart of the 2019 event, we at Brandoli are happy to be part of this élite event with the creation of a trophy that has a soul, the trophy awarded to the winning team of the rally.

From left: Laurent Blomet, Simone Schedoni, Roberto Brandoli

“Our participation at the event was a unique experience because we discovered exclusive places and enchanting landscapes of Provence, but most of all, because we were able to experience a Raduno that involves two generations, fathers and sons. The teams competed to the full between the curves of the hairpin bends of the route chosen by the organisers. It’s an event that I would recommend to all our Clients that meet the two essential conditions: a Ferrari and the possibility of forming a father+son team. Compliments to Laurent Blomet and all the staff of Happy Few Racing for managing an event of merited growing success with such a high level of skill.”

Roberto Brandoli

See you there next year!
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