Felipe Massa

History reborn in Egham

Egham (UK,) 27 June – Felipe Massa’s trip to England for the eighth round of the Formula 1 World Championship began in Egham in Surrey. The Scuderia Ferrari man was there for the re-launching of the showroom which first became home to Ferrari back in 1967 at the famous Tower Garage. The revamp of the facility has naturally preserved the original Art Deco features of this 1935 building, with an ambitious rebuilding project which has returned it to its former glory. “It is a great honour for me to be here in Egham,” said Felipe to a packed audience of Ferrari owners invited to attend, during an amusing interview with the popular BBC Radio 2 DJ and TV presenter, Chris Evans. “This location is part of Ferrari’s history, thanks to Colonel Ronnie Hoare (the Prancing Horse importer and founder of Maranello Concessionaires Racing Team, famous for its Ferraris with a blue stripe) and the great passion for cars which he shared with Enzo Ferrari. It’s marvellous to evoke memories of both of them here in Egham.”

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