The two cornerstones of Corso Pilota are its state-of-the-art learning technologies and its highly qualified instructors.
The aim of the school is to provide participants with the tools to appreciate the technical qualities of Ferrari models in their natural habitat: the track. The cars used on the courses are the following: 296 GTB, SF90 Stradale, used in all levels of the course, and the 488 Challenge Evo, used in the more advanced courses.
Many innovations have been added for the 2023 season: firstly, the teaching methods have undergone a thorough revision and have been enhanced by elements that can take full advantage of virtual reality technologies, making the course both more in-depth and engaging. Course participants will also benefit from a package of services designed for their health and well-being, as well as menus developed with the support of specialised nutritionists. Finally, they will have the incredible opportunity to road test the Purosangue, a unique car in which performance, driving thrills and usability coexist in total harmony.
For the first time in the history of the Corso Pilota, courses held on a European circuit have been introduced, in response to the educational and lifestyle requirements characterising this activity: Paul Ricard Circuit, located in Le Castellet (FR), a few kilometres from the French Riviera.
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Corso Pilota Ferrari masterfully combines lifestyle and racing elements to offer participants very diverse experiences in terms of difficulty and intensity. Starting from the 2023 season, three levels of course will become available: Corso Pilota Sport, Corso Pilota Evoluzione+ and Corso Pilota Race which run sequentially in line with the foundational requirements of each course.
For clients wishing to maximise their potential, Ferrari has set up Corso Pilota Personal Coaching, a programme characterised by its one-to-one client-coach relationship.
All courses are made up of classroom-based sessions featuring state-of-the-art technological aids, hands-on activities on the track and time dedicated to subsequent video and telemetry data analysis. Furthermore, for each course, Ferrari staff have also organised engaging activities aimed at entertaining those accompanying the course participants: the experience should thus prove just as memorable for clients as for those not actively taking part in track activities.