Motorsport Maranello, Maranello

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  • The instructor really is nice. The problem is the seller of the package, Alessandra, we approached her in front of the Ferrari Museum and took us to the Agency. There she sold us 20 minutes for 150.00 euros on condition they left our 3 children. The boy driving and the two girls behind. All that does not fit in the car. My son has 1, 93mt and doesn't fit anyone behind him. Then sent to take a lot of photos our next car, we pay 20 euros more but it was just for the video, if we wanted the pictures had to pay 30 euros more. Anyway ... Although my son has loved the ride, I felt financially. If one day I'm going to do again this tour, I'm going to try another company.
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  • My 50th birthday must be outside the box classic Cupcake with candle and lunch or dinner or party to celebrate the achievement. Yes, it must be different from the usual, I can remember perfectly in the years that follow, must be special! And so, after much research on the web experience and the most extravagant gift box and adrenaline, in concert with my 14-year-old son, I'll jump on the solution "Test Drive". It was just that the milestone: I love cars and I have the passion to him also (nn take much, really); is there anything better than being able to drive a Ferrari, without it??!!! We opt for the combo solution: 60 minutes of Ferrari California (test drive over the hills in and around Maranello) and 30 minutes of Ferrari 458 Italy. The first of them together with the co-pilot side, the second in two separate test drives, being the 458It a two seater racing buckets. After the bureaucratic formalities with Christian at the office desk, we climb aboard California. The most comfortable is yours truly, since Frank, the co-pilot, whom we thank very much for his generosity, friendliness and professionalism, is forced to huddle to leave some space behind my son Nicholas (the winter, albeit the weather and temperature definitely stiff didn't allow us to scapottare and grant so more room for passengers in the rear bench seat). 60 km of mixed urban, fast, sharp turns and mountain, by downloading the 490 HP of the car at every climb squirts away in overtaking that never would you think to do even with the most powerful diesel sedan of today. The 0-100 km/h in both manual and auto modes with the paddles behind the wheel is surprising, but Frank tells us to wait to rejoice because the real adrenaline, the handsome, is yet to come. After a stop at the top of the Hill, where we Park the Ferrari California five minutes on a terrace that spans 180 degrees on a hilly landscape-snowy mountains breathtaking, we take the road back with acceleration, braking and breathtaking overtaking. You change cars, it was the turn of Ferrari 458 Italy, yellow, and this time it's just me and Frank in the first 15-minute session, while the second will be Frank to bring Nicholas as a passenger. We climb aboard, fasten your seatbelt and Frank press both buttons of window-down: "3 fingers open, this machine must be driven," says looking at me smiling and with a bit of cunning and irony. Departure quiet but on the straight of the provincial road just outside Maranello, lunge his foot on the gas, discharging ashore the full power of 570 HP of 458; the engine screams in a 0-100 km/h devastating! In less than five seconds we are at 180 Km/h and are forced to throw down the brake pedal to move at the speed just 70 hours. The car breaks down to a millimetre and, after a detached horrendous, we put on the roundabout, while paying attention to internal and external to the sidewalks curbs that could damage the car quite large in the rear. The second 15-minute session is reserved to Nicolò as a passenger returning to base a bit green at the gills (me then I touched the 210 hours in a precise spot) but with a smile on his face that makes you realize immediately that Frank has certainly not spared. "Dad, you had to give him five minutes of driving him crazy!" You will have fun! We conclude the test drive experience with a couple of F1 simulator sessions, with the guys who give us the CD with photos and videos from the camera car and, finally, a visit to the Ferrari Museum should not be missed. It is only right to thank everybody at the back office in Italy, Cristina Motorsport offer me the best formula in relation to the budget, to Cristian and the welcome formalities, by Frank the likeable rider, the photographer and the boys of the post test drive. All very professional and helpful throughout the morning. Thank you very much, a great experience ... and on the day of the 50th birthday, 25 January 2017!
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  • Motorsport Maranello was a brilliant day out for my family to experience a drive in a Ferrari as the driver. If you're in the area it would be an enjoyable outing. 
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  • Although the cars are good this place is no good. For a 20 minutes run costing 160 Euros they take you on a two way highway with single lane and full white line in middle which means no overtaking. Effectively you drive at 30 kmph as there are lots of trucks on the highway. There are other routes on which two lanes are there but they do not want you to enjoy a Ferrari.
  • Little bit expensive and staff was also little confused, photos and videos from ride aren't free, at least 0 - 100 kmph in 3.7s is fun
  • They said ill drive a ferrari california for 30mins/30km to the mountaints on the curves and long straights for accelerating. After that they took me 200 euro and ive driven 20mins-17km in awful traffic in town, only on 1st and 2nd gear, there were police, speed cameras and etc.... The ferrari was with winter tyres at 25 degrees, the brake disks were in awful condition, nothing closer with "the real driving experience"... thats their slogan... Motorsport Maranello are liars and cheaters, they dont have any principle, they just want to take your money with no remorse! Dont drive ferrari there. There are many other companys near by the ferrari museum. Not to mention the gipsy with sunglasses in front of the ferrari museum parking, who calls people and lie to them to drive a car with this company..... I'm very disappointed
  • I rent a Lamborghini LP-570 for 70 minutes The stuff were very welcome and nice. however, after 30 minutes after I started, I had a crash in a very low speed and easy curve. I had to pay more than EURO 3000 for this crush. after I saw the video, I saw that the camera was fixed on me and not at the road at all. also, when I crashed, I saw that the instructor that was with me inside the car, touch my steering wheel and didn't let me try to avoid the crash! for those who wants to make test drive, I must say, make sure to erase the line of the crash fee in the contract before the test drive. also, make sure the camera is fixed normally before you leave the shop! it was my dream to make this test drive and it was horrible!
  • Just passing on the way Bologna Airport popped in to the Ferrari museum ,the your lad showed us to a space in the very busy car park, said to us do fancy driving a Ferrari , hell yes, what a experience driving like a loon through the streets of Marranello . We spent 10 days driving around Tuscany , this was the icing on my cake.😀😀😀😀😀