Ferrari put together a dazzling display at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed, where they had an amazing collection of vehicles present on the tarmac.
Three Special Project cars were the highlight of the event, all of which made their public debut. Among them was the P80/C, based on the 488 GT3, which has a 50 mm (2 in) longer wheelbase than the 488 GTB and had the longest development time of any one-off Ferrari yet.
Inspired by the 1950s barchettas, the Monza SP2 held a special place in the exhibition, alongside the SP3JC, another one-off that builds on the F12tdf, evocative of the brand’s V12-powered spiders of the ‘50s and ‘60s.
The amazing FXX-K Evo brought its hybrid powertrain to the hill climb, too, with Ferrari European Challenge series driver, Chris Froggatt, at the helm, whereas Jason Baker had to push the 488 Challenge to the limit in front of the crowd.
With Scuderia Ferrari celebrating 90 years of Formula 1 in 2019, several F1 cars were brought to Goodwood. Marc Gene drove the team’s 2010 F1 racer on the hill, which was part of the ‘Michael Schumacher at 50’ celebration. The display included 7 Ferrari F1 cars, driven by Schumacher in his career at Ferrari.
Right after the jump below, you can see some of the company’s vehicles tackling the course, including the Monza SP2, P80/C and Schumacher’s F2004, demonstrated by WRC driver Luis Perez Companc.