The newspaper El Mundo reported that another ‘Ferrari World’ theme park could be built in the Spanish port city Valencia.
The famous Italian marque is owned by a small percentage by Abu Dhabi which the United Arab Emirates developer Aldar Properties recently finished the basic structure of the impressive bright red building on Yas Island–complete with an enormous Ferrari logo on the roof visible from the Formula One track.
There emerged earlier this year that there were other locations also being sought to host a second Ferrari World, and Valencia-also featuring a Grand Prix-is reportedly the forerunner in Europe.
Francisco Camps, president of the Generalitat Valenciana administration, reportedly visited Yas Island and has a excellent relationship with Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo, the Marca sports newspaper said.
“At the moment, we are focused on the project of Abu Dhabi,” a Ferrari source said,”but yes, if the idea works there then it can work elsewhere as well.”
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