Ferrari heritage baton at Ferrari Maserati of Silicon Valley

Ferrari’s heritage baton arrives at Ferrari Maserati of Silicon Valley. Owner Giacomo Mattiolli describes historic race years and Ferrari cars celebrated on the baton.

The relay baton was designed and created with 60 enamel symbols, to symbolize Ferrari’s most significant events in their 60 year history. The relay baton was created by designers Marco Morosini and Matteo Mezzanotti of the Morosini studio and manufactured by VeCa using Formula 1 technologies with assistance from Editalia Gruppo Istituto Poligrafico and Zecca dello Stato on the symbols. The top of baton is plated with an ornate platinum and diamond Prancing Horse made by Damiani. A strictly limited edition of just 500 numbered batons will be made in all and according to, they are being sold at a very small sum of around 2673.33 Euro a piece, or around $3,600.

By | 2017-03-22T08:07:22+00:00 March 23rd, 2007|Categories: Automobiles and Energy, Ferrari, Manufacturers, Podcasts, Radio, Video,|0 Comments

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