Valencia, 26 November – As part of the Ferrari Finali Mondiali at Valencia, the fantastic cars taking part in the Ferrari Historic Race – Trofeo Shell have taken to the track for the first time this morning for a free practice session, during which the drivers got to grips with the Spanish track.
Then, in the early afternoon came the first qualifying session, with Nathan Kinch setting the best time in a Ferrari F40, almost two seconds under the time set in free practice. Behind him, over fourteen seconds down was the Ferrari 512BB LM of “Mister John of B,” followed by Pierangelo Masselli in a 308 GTB. Fourth fastest was Canada’s Lorne Leibel in a Ferrari 365 GTB4, while fifth went to another 308 GTB in the hands of “Cafissi.” Sixth was Larry Kinch in a 275 GTB, followed by the seemingly indestructible Plinio Haas, who was a long time competitor in these races at the wheel of his long wheelbase Ferrari 250 Berlinetta.
The historic Prancing Horse cars will be back on track tomorrow for the second qualifying session and the first race of the weekend.
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