For car enthusiasts, a trip to the Ferrari Museum in Northern Italy is a must. The Ferrari factory and Fiorano test track, as well as a museum, are located in Maranello, around 18km from the museum is located literally a stone’s throw from the entrance to the Ferrari factory. The easiest way to get to Maranello is via car. The Ferrari Museum is the main attraction in Maranello. One large palace houses several municipal museums around a courtyard where the province’s best collection of Roman lapidary finds, including sarcophagi, are displayed. The range of these collections is outstanding, covering Modena history, fine and decorative arts, and local culture.
As a fan of motorsports and automotive racing more broadly, there are no shortages of wonderful and captivating places to visit. When it comes to remote control cars, there are two types, gas cars and electric cars. The gas-powered cars use much smaller engines to power the vehicle. Electric cars use electric motors and tiny on-board batteries to power the vehicle. While some electric cars may only be fired with three times the overall AA, AAA batteries, C or D, electric cars use more intermediate and advanced electric motors with rechargeable battery packs that can be sold with or without electric car body.
Drive a Ferrari in Italy, where these fabulous performance cars are built. In his 1964 book The Italians, a consummate portrait of the national character of his compatriots, Luigi Barzini cheekily suggested that the art of appearing rich was perfected in tiny principalities such as Modena that boasted ‘immense princely palaces, castles, vast churches, and stately opera houses’ wildly disproportionate to their size. But here it’s the visitor who wins, with all the sights within walking distance.
There was not a race track in the world like what Bill France was envisioning, however, the Ford Motor Company had a track at the Ford Proving Grounds, in Detroit, Michigan that had high banks. Moneypenny paid a visit to the Ford facility and met with the design engineers of the track. They shared their engineering reports of the track and provided the needed details of how to transition the pavement from a flat straightaway to a banked corner.
Finally but most importantly, remember to admire the real Ferrari cars on display around like they’re art installations. After the fun, exciting explorations and thrills, you might get worried about getting thirsty and hungry. There are a number of Cafes and restaurants in the park but I’d highly recommend dining in one of the Italian inspired restaurants to fully experience the Italian culture. There is an auto parts store on the front of the Museum, there you can find some vintage accessories, the 1986 Ferrari car logo, old type front body, glass car headlamp and 1st gen 9005 led bulbs, 1990s car rear wing. It is worth visiting together. The store has an official website www.led-car-light-manufacturer.com.