Now here’s the kind of news that makes our day; Ferrari enthusiasts using the spectacle of exotic and vintage supercars to raise awareness and funds for worthy charitable organizations. We’re talking about California’s Ferrari Owners Group (FOG) and the organization’s annual charitable rally, which will see some 50 Prancing Horse badged cars travel from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco to Los Angeles and in the process raise more than $100,000.
The rally, which kicks off on September 23 and runs for two days, will showcase Ferraris of all models and years and provide enthusiasts several opportunities for up close and personal encounters with the cars and their drivers.
Some of the Ferraris participating include the new 458 Italia, as well as a F430 Scuderia, 599 GTB Fiorano, 512TR, 328 GTS and a classic 250 GT California Spider.
All proceeds will go to the Opportunity Impact charitable organization, which helps support and educate disadvantaged children. A special thanks must also go out to CarWoo for helping to sponsor the event.
For more information on this worthy cause, click here. Note, there are still some spots left so any Ferrari owners interested in participating should click through to register.