Ferrari FF Gets A Helicopter Lift To Top Of Plan De Corones [VIDEO]

In a few days press will be given access to the Ferrari FF concept on top of the Plan De Corones in the Dolomites at 2,350 metres. Up there a special ice and snow track has been prepared for the cars, where journalists will test the cars under slippery and snowy conditions to see how the first all-wheel-drive Ferrari handles.

As the skiing area can only be reached by the ski-lifts, Ferrari asked Italian Air Force for help. Two FF Concepts were carefully taken to this area by a 47 Chinook transport helicopter from Viterbo’s 1st Regiment Antares, which was also supported(don’t ask why) by three Agusta 205 helicopters from the 4th Regiment Altair from the Italian air force in Bolzano.


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