Who we are

SCUDERIA FERRARI CLUB is a non-profit consortium company founded in 2006 by Ferrari S.p.A. to coordinate the activities of the many Ferrari fans belonging to Clubs around the world. The company now has 190 officially recognised Clubs in 22 countries. A blend of different nationalities, cultures and lifestyles brought together by an overriding shared passion: FERRARI.
By joining one of the OFFICIAL CLUBS, fans become part of a large family that, under the prestigious Prancing Horse emblem, allows them to take advantage of countless services and exclusive opportunities. These include participation in meetings with drivers and the Formula 1 team, Maranello Factory Tours, access to a reserved stand at the Italian GP, a reduced entrance fee for the Ferrari museums in Modena and Maranello, and free access to the www.ferrari.com community for live news about the company and sporting activities.


Operational Steering and Coordination Committee

As established by Article 16 of the statute, the Operational Steering and Coordination Committee (C.I.C.O) is the body that links Ferrari S.p.A, Ordinary Members/Scuderia Ferrari Clubs and the relative areas where they are domiciled. It has consultative, territorial coordination and planning direction responsibilities. The C.I.C.O. is made up of both a regular and a substitute representative for each Italian Region and likewise for each country in which Clubs are domiciled.

The main responsibilities of the C.I.C.O. are as follows:

  • To gather information for the company about members’ requirements in relation to the services they expect and the improvement of existing ones;
  • To guarantee members (via their representatives) informational support and operational and regional coordination in the application of the statute, the rules and the use of management tools (electronic and otherwise) made available by the company;
  • To inform the company about any issue, initiative or behaviour pertaining to the observance of the statute or rules, or legal requirements, that might require disciplinary and/or legal action against members, Clubs and/or third parties. The committee may appoint one of its members as coordinator, who will attend meetings of the governing body in a consultative role
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