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Ferrari To Honor Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee


The United Kingdom is honoring 60 years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign with a Diamond Jubilee event stretching from May 10-13. As part of the celebration, Ferrari owners and collectors will display some of the marque’s most historic and significant  cars on the grounds of Windsor Castle. 

Ferrari's identity is tied to its Cavallino Rampante (Prancing Horse) logo, so it's fitting that any Ferrari-sponsored tribute to Queen Elizabeth would also include a display of horsemanship.

Thanks to Ferrari's financial support of the 4th Mounted Carabinieri Regiment, these world renown horsemen will perform an event known as the Historic Carosello, which consists of precision riding, often set to music, culminated by the Regiment’s famous final charge.

Ferrari will be represented by its chairman, Luca di Montezemolo, who will attend the Jubilee on its final evening. As the Italian automaker points out, both the Carabinieri and Ferrari share values rooted in tradition, but with an eye towards innovation, determination and passion. Both are ideal representatives of Italian excellence, fit for a queen on her Diamond Jubilee.

 

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  1. Um..why?
     
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  2. @Damien, because... Monarchy.
     
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