Ferrari celebrated its 60th anniversary in the USA the other day with a rip-roaring rally from New York City’s Battery Park to the country’s very first Ferrari dealership—still in operation as Miller Motorcars in Greenwich, Connecticut.

The Ferraristi were undaunted by the weather, and the drive ended at the ultra-exclusive Bridge Club in Bridgehampton, built on the vestiges of the Bridge Race Track once frequented by Ferraris in the 1950s.


Classic and modern Ferraris took part in the epic rally, ranging from 250 GT SWB, 275 GTB and 365 GTB Daytonas to the most recent 458 Speciale and California T.

There were 48 cars in total, an especially enthralling sight as they motored by landmarks like the Freedom Tower, the Flatiron Building, the Plaza Hotel, Columbus Circle and Central Park.


And before making tracks for the Bridge Club, the drivers gathered for a spot of lunch at a private estate in Connecticut.

You could hardly expect them to stop off at the Golden Arches, after all…