The Ferrari Challenge world is set for a busy weekend at Mugello, as the 2015 Finali Mondiali event gets under way this weekend at the historic Italian venue.
Competitors from the European, North American and Asia-Pacific Ferrari Challenge series will be lining up for their final races of the year, as well as for the overall World Finals.
There's plenty else happening beyond the Ferrari Challenge action though, and the event has already seen testing and sighting occasions for drivers and top customers on Wednesday.
More practice is scheduled for competitors on Thursday, while the lucky owners' section of the XX and historic Formula 1 programmes will hit the track for their opening non-competitive runs.
Qualifying and the first races are set to take place on Friday, with a large field consisting of more than 70 cars split in two. The European Trofeo Pirelli runners will be joined by the Asia-Pacific Challenge drivers, while the North America Series will run jointly with the European Coppa Shell.
The second qualifying session and race for each of the two fields will be held of Saturday, once again alongside the XX Program and F1 customer runs, while Sunday will be the day of the Scuderia, which will be delighting the tifosi with high-speed runs by F1 stars Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel.
Teams and drivers from the Challenge Trofeo Pirelli and Coppa Shell will also return on Sunday for the feature races, which will decide the overall champions of the year.
In addition to the on-track runs, plenty of trackside activity is in store, including exclusive unveilings, most notably of the already-acclaimed F12tdf, exhibitions and public appearances.
All the Finali Mondiali action will be covered in-depth by Motorsport.com, including live streaming of the event on Motorsport.TV.