Ferrari was once again a fan favourite at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016, which took place 24-26 June at Lord March’s private estate on the South Downs, England. The Prancing Horse had an extensive line-up of GT and Corse Clienti cars, in addition to a star-studded driver line-up with Scuderia Ferrari Driver Marc Gene, ex-F1-driver Rene Arnoux and Le Mans drivers, Sam Bird, James Colado and Davide Rigon putting on a show for the crowds who lined the hay bales and grandstands on the famed 1.16-mile hillclimb.
Several Ferraris made their UK dynamic debut at Goodwood: the Ferrari California T Handing Speciale, the 488 Spider and the F12tdf. Joining them was a 458 MM Speciale commissioned by a UK collector who wanted to create an alternative interpretation on the 458 Speciale on which the car is based. Ferrari’s Corse Clienti department put on another display of cars, with a 488 GT3, a FXX EVO, 599XX EVO and FFX K, as well as a 2009 Scuderia Ferrari F1 car driven by Marc Gene.
Early Ferraris were also featured at Goodwood’s 2016 Festival, such as the Dino 166P/206P, 365 GTB/4 Daytona Competizone, 308 GTB Group B, 275 GTB/C and 375 ‘Grant Piston Ring Special’.
Ferrari Photo Gallery – Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016 (click image for larger picture)
[Source: Ferrari SpA]