Porsche, Ferrari and Bizzarrini at FuoriConcorso on Lake Como – Corriere.it

On May 21 and 22, the FuoriConcorso Sonderwunsch brings the most exclusive Porsches in the world to the Villa Grumello and Villa Sucota parks. And Villa Olmo houses the cars from the Mauto collection, the National Automobile Museum of Turin

Not only the Concorso d’Eleganza di Villa d’Este, this weekend, at Lake Como. From 21 to 22 May actually Out of competition organized by Guglielmo Miani, with a new theme dedicated to Porsche and the addition of a new location.

“FuoriConcorso Sonderwunsch” is the title of the 2022 edition of FuoriConcorso on Lake Como, which focuses on the most iconic and customized Porsches created by “Porsche Exclusive Manufactory”. In the mansions Villa del Grumello and Villa Sucota, connected by a single park, the most exclusive models of Stuttgart Prancing Horse are exhibited, from concept cars to prototypes, to the various Porsches manufactured by Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur with the latest 911 Sport Classic, in one of His first appearances on the street. “FuoriConcorso is much more than a simple event dedicated to engines – explains organizer Guglielmo Miani – it is a community of enthusiasts on the go, imbued with Italian art, culture, design and lifestyle. We want to start from our country by creating a Como Car Week, a bit like what’s already happening in Pebble Beach, California, to bring our way of looking at the automotive industry around the world. ” its exclusive Manufaktur program embodies the unique and artisanal beauty, values ​​to be regained and protected – continues Guglielmo Miani – but there will also be the Car Museum in Turin, an Italian excellence that has preserved the cars that have written motorsport for ninety years and the history of Italy; all together in two days full of experiences and dream cars that can be admired in one of the most beautiful places in the world “.

In this edition of FuoriConcorso on Lake Como, another historic Como building, Villa Olmo, becomes part of the official venues for the event, with an extraordinary exhibition of the cars from Mauto, the National Automobile Museum of Turin. Villa Olmo will thus in effect become the event’s new institutional home, where collections of museums and foundations from around the world will be housed. Among the cars from the prestigious collection of the Turin Museum, about twenty models, from the late nineteenth century to the sixties, including the 1907 Itala 35/45 HK Peking Paris, which won the Beijing-Paris raid in 60 days, and the Ferrari 500 F2 , who with Alberto Ascari at the wheel won 31 races and two Formula 1 championships between 1952 and 1953. In addition, 4 cars and 1 vintage motorboat from private collections, including Fiat Chiribiri from 1912, Lancia Beta Spider I series from 1975, and a rare 1966 Bizzarrini 1900 GT “Europe” from the Swiss collection of the Hetica Klassik Fund.

Within FuoriConcorso, there will be meeting moments dedicated to car history design enthusiasts. It starts on Saturday 21 May at 4.30 pm, with a debate on “Customization, craftsmanship, handmade, uniqueness and customer wishes in the car industry. The vision of the Porsche Exclusive Manufactory”, to continue on Sunday 22 May at 4.30 pm with the lecture “The role of the car museum in society, the relationship with manufacturers and private collectors, the future vision of car museums “: commented by Benedetto Camerana, President of Mauto, Roberto Giolito, Head of Heritage Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia, Abarth-Stellantis, Alfredo Stola from StudioTorino and collector Fritz Kaiser. “We are excited to be a part of FuoriConcorso again this year – says Alexander Fabig, Vice President Individualization and Classic for Porsche AG – which will be the ideal backdrop for us to present the customer dreams of our customers, enthusiasts, designers and engineers who find in the spirit of ‘Sonderwunsch’. The new 911 Sport Classic from Exclusive Manufaktur, limited to only 1,250 units, will complete the event with one of its first public appearances ”.

22 May 2022 (change 22 May 2022 | 11:12)

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