It may have happened a few weeks back, but that's no excuse not to share these wonderful photos of Italy's finest.
Rich Abbot attended the Ferrari Festival at Donington after he heard that there was going to be an Enzo and the 2000 F1 GP car doing demo laps. With fellow TVR nuts he made the 100 mile drive down form Yorkshire. An infield parking spot was laid out and we joined the minions, who parked en masse to lay homage to the Italian Gods!
"What a display it was. I’ve never seen so many spiders in one place, 360s, 456s etc. They looked common (in a pleasant sense!). A Ferrari is a rare sight. One which the viewing public can cherish an talk about over a beer or two – this was Ferrari overload! It was fantastic!"
At lunch time the circuit was opened up for a drivers parade. This wasn't just a handful of cars - there were so many on the track that the front of the queue joined the tail – Nowhere to go!!
A top event - heartily recommended!