Ferrari And Maserati Enthusiasts Help Children With Aids Charity

Maserati Spyder

 

The sight of exotic sports cars is not unusual in Mayfair, but a convoy of 32 of them certainly drew plenty of attention – especially as there were seven beautiful Ferrari and Maserati models, including an immaculate Ferrari Dino 246 GT.

The occasion was the start of the St. Moritz Blitz, a five-day rally from London to St. Moritz in Switzerland.

Maserati UK supported the event by providing two brand new Maserati Spyder models. Two teams – one female and one male – secured the use of these special sports cars by making a substantial contribution to the Children with AIDS Charity, the organisation which will benefit from the rally.

Model turned make-up artist Jemma Kidd, waved the starting flag in Charles Street, W1 to set the 32 cars on their way to St. Moritz

Published 27 June 2002 Melanie Carter
 

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