Founded by the Frenchman Laurent Blomet, Happy Few Racing staged its first event eight years ago. The Rallye Père-Fils was exclusively for fathers and their sons and encompassed superb driving roads, fantastic food and a mild element of competition in the form of a regularity race.
Its popularity prompted the creation of the Rallye Père-Fille, for fathers and their daughters, and the Rallye Padre-Figlio, once again for fathers and sons but solely Ferraris. The beauty was that only one of each model was permitted to take part in the latter, meaning the spread of prancing horses was truly exceptional, including everything from a 308 GTB to a LaFerrari. If you don’t believe us, check out our coverage from the fabulous event in Southern France here.
Happy Few Racing has just revealed its schedule for 2020. It includes another Rallye Père-Fille in Saint-Tropez in May, a Rally Père-Fils in Monte-Carlo in September, a Rallye Padre-Figlio in St. Moritz in June and, for the first time, a Rallye Vater+Sohn, exclusively for fathers, sons and their Porsches. It’ll take place from 9–11 October in the Black Forest in Germany. With every last detail taken care of and a fantastic itinerary of driving, dining and relaxed socialising, Happy Few Racing’s rallies are the ideal way of bolstering that special relationship with your loved ones and sharing your passion.
Photos courtesy of Happy Few Racing © 2019