The Prancing Horse History

The 'Prancing Horse History' is an inspiring tale of Ferrari anecdotes, unbelievable barn-finds, detective work and coachbuilder insights. 

Hear about the biggest achievements and wins in historic racing races such as the Mille Miglia and the Grand Prix Championships (F1).

In the lecture, Marcel Massini will review the most iconic and sought-after classic Ferrari models sold in today's market for up to $ 70 million. Among others the 250 GTO, 125 Sport, 166 Inter, 212 Export, 250 GT Lusso and 250 Le Mans and many more.

'Prancing Horse History' give a unique insight into the work of Marcel Massini's on assessment and

the historical detective work determining the authenticity of some of the world's most valuable classic cars. Marcel Massini will also talk about his own barn-finds of abandoned valuables, such as the ultra-rare 1969 Ferrari Daytona he found in Japan, where the car had been left for 40 years or the 1949 Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta he found in the Arizona desert.

The lecture is richly illustrated with images from Marcel Massini's huge historical archive and video material from the past. 

'Prancing Horse History’ was a truly fantastic experience!

'Understanding the history of Ferrari is an important part of understanding your own Ferrari and the difference between a modern sportscar and a legend. ’Prancing Horse History’ with Marcel Massini give you the answer in an inspiring and very entertaining way'

(Mikael Carlson, former secretary Ferrari Club, Sweden)