Ferrari’s 70th Birthday Celebrated With Family Reunion At Goodwood

A diverse display of modern and classic Ferraris can be seen at Goodwood’s Festival of Speed this year, as the Italian car maker celebrates its 70th anniversary.

Models from almost every era of Ferrari’s rich history is present at the world’s most popular automotive garden party, including the LaFerrari Aperta, the 333SP, the 166 Dino F2, the FXX and FXX K, as well as select single-seater racers.

The company also holds a display dedicated to the legendary 250 series, which includes no less than nine different variations of the range, including the 250 GT Series 1 Pininfarina Cabriolet, the 250 GT Berlinetta Tour De France, the 250 GT California Spider SWB and, of course, the mighty 250 GTO.

The current range of models will also be present, from the California T Handling Speciale to the V12-powered GTC4Lusso. All in, Ferrari has brought at least 70 cars to the Festival of Speed.

This year’s Festival of Speed will give once again a wonderful show for car lovers of all periods and tastes, featuring over 600 cars and motorcycles, along with some of the most legendary figures of the automotive and motorsport world.



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