Ferrari fans now have two new ways to experience the magic of the Prancing Horse marque, without actually driving any of its magical supercars.
One new way is to pay a visit to Ferrari Land in Spain’s PortAventura World resort, located 110 kilometres from Barcelona. It’s the second theme park of its kind after Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. There are 11 exciting attractions to thrill visitors, with the most thrilling ride being Red Force, currently the highest (112 metres) and fastest (zero to 180km/h in five seconds flat) roller coaster in Europe.
Another new way is to go for a cruise on Norwegian Joy, a newly delivered 3850-passenger ocean liner with a two-level, Ferrari-branded racetrack on its top deck. Up to 10 guests can race against one another in electric go-karts and imagine they’re Sebastian Vettels or Kimi Raikkonens. A few decks below, they can continue to rev up their Scuderia Ferrari fantasies in an F1 racing simulator and a bunch of hovercraft bumper cars.