The Ferrari Owners Club of New Zealand (Inc.) was registered in 1986 under the Incorporated Societies Act 1908, and is governed by a formal Constitution.
Members either own or have owned a Ferrari.
Membership is open to owners of Ferrari cars and membership of the club gives you a chance to get together with other Ferrari owners, to share experiences and keep up to date with the latest Ferrari news from around
To download a membership application form for the 2013 year
If you are an existing member and wish to renew for 2013, please
use the renewal form instead.
To download the club constitution, click
To download a copy of the
minutes of the 2012 Annual General Meeting held in
To view the Treasurer's report approved at the AGM, click
The Club operates in three regional groups, based on Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Each of these areas has a Chairman who is a member of the national Executive Committee, which is responsible for running the Club.
There is also a President, Past President (Vice President), Secretary and Treasurer.
Each area organises, runs and funds its own events. At the national level, the Executive co-ordinates things and produces a full-colour magazine which chronicles the activities of the three areas and a wide range of other Ferrari-related matters of interest to members.
There is a National Meeting each year during which the Club holds its AGM. This event moves around the country and has ranged from Tauranga to Queenstown.
While it is undoubtedly the love of those (mostly) red cars from Maranello, near Bologna, in northern Italy which draws the Club members together, social activities, not necessarily car-related, are also what the Club is about.
As befits a Club with an Italian raison d’etre, fun-filled, free-wheeling social events, with a definite good food and wine element is something we do well.
The Club also has a strong social conscience and together with not-for-profit organisations runs regular charity days where members can share the joys and excitement of driving in a Ferrari with the less fortunate, especially children with disabilities.
We hope you enjoy visiting our site and, as they say in Italy:
In 1985, a group of Ferrari owners gathered with the express purpose of forming a club whose aim was the betterment of Ferraris in New Zealand.
A constitution was written and application made to the justice department to form an incorporated society.
This was duly granted in 1986 and the Ferrari Owners Club of New Zealand Incorporated was up and running.
The aims and objects of the club are as follows:
- To foster interest and engage in the preservation and maintenance
of Ferrari motor vehicles in New Zealand.
- To maintain a register of Ferrari cars and owners in New Zealand.
- To encourage the proper presentation of Ferrari cars at all times.
- To promote Rallies, Competition, Trials and such other events as
may be suitable for these vehicles.
- To provide facilities for Members to obtain and maintain such
vehicles and to this end to provide Members with such information, literature and other assistance by such means as the Club or Executive may from time to time determine.
- To foster among Members a system of mutual voluntary assistance for the maintenance and preservation of all vehicles catered for by
- To promote and encourage such meetings, lectures, discussions
and other social functions as the Club may from time to time
- To affiliate to the Motorsport Association of New Zealand Inc., to
abide by its rules and those of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile.
- To foster road courtesy and safe driving and in everyway to co-operate with Government and local authorities to this end.
Over half the number of Ferraris in New Zealand are owned by members
of the club with membership well spread throughout the country.
The 3 main centres of activity are Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Each centre holds its own gatherings on a regular basis, culminating in the club's annual general meeting once a year.
A full colour club magazine is currently published 3 times per year.