Past Saturday the 14th July 2012 was the Annual SEFAC Ferrari Day held at Kyalami in Johannesburg, South Africa. Reputed to be the oldest Ferrari owners' club in the world, the Southern Equitorial Ferrari Automobil Club was established in Johannesburg in 1967. Founded by enthusiast Pierre Kelfkens as a motivation for luncheon get-togethers with like-minded Ferraristi, SEFAC fast became the foremost single-marque automotive Club on the African continent.
The SEFAC Kyalami Day is the Club’s largest and most popular event and has been a great success ever since its introduction on 7th May 1978. The Kyalami Day remains the highlight of the SEFAC calendar with over 140 cars and over 600 guests attending the day. It has been a long-standing tradition to open the even to the public allowing the Tifosi, both young and old, to share the passion that is Ferrari. Sources suggest the record was officially broken this year (180) to break was last year's of 178 Cavalliono’s.
Credit to Michael Mariani for sourcing those beautiful Aerial Shots!
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