Ferrari’s display at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed counted tens of thousands of horsepower combined, courtesy of numerous Italian exotics.
Making their UK dynamic debut at the world-famous event were the 488 Pista, Portofino, 812 Superfast and FXX K Evo. Responsible for putting the 599XX, FXX and FXX K Evo through their paces were the brand’s GT drivers, Alessandro Pier Guidi, Olivier Beretta and Davide Rigon.
The 488 GTE was also celebrated, by Guidi’s teammate, James Calado, who competed in such a car in the 2017 championship. Also, the racer welcomed the impressive 488 Piloti Ferrari edition, which celebrates client racing drivers with a special livery (it can be had in other colors too). Beneath the skin, the supercar remains identical to the 488 Pista, meaning a 720PS (711hp / 530kW) twin-turbo V8 engine.
Accompanying the 488 GTE at the 2018 Goodwood FoS was the 488 Challenge, which “provided a preview of what clients can expect from the dedicated UK Ferrari Challenge series”, said to be “under consideration for launch in 2019”, according to Ferrari.
The Prancing Horse also had other machines present at the UK event, from classic to modern supercars and even F1 racers, including the 2009 Ferrari F60, which was driven by Marc Gene at Goodwood. To mark its presence at the show, the Italian automaker has now released an image gallery for your viewing pleasure.