Ferrari North Europe have already had 600 Ferraris register for the record attempt at Silverstone in September on the Ferrari Parade Record.
Last month, when we reported that Ferrari Racing Days are back at Silverstone in September, we mentioned that Ferrari North Europe were planning on grabbing back their record for the most Ferraris on parade. Yes, another of those records nobody really knew existed.
Ferrari North Europe took the record back in 2007 with a parade of 385 cars at Silverstone, but that record was comprehensively beaten by Ferrari Japan with a parade of 490 cars at the Fuji Speedway in 2008.
But the Japanese record looks set to be beaten in September with FNE saying that they’ve already got over 600 Ferraris registered for the record attempt, and they’re hoping to push that up to 1,000 by the time the record attempt happens.
So if you’re not heading for the Goodwood Revival on the weekend of 15th-16th September, and you have a Ferrari, get in touch and get your car booked in. As an incentive, Ferrari are donating £5 for every Ferrari entered to the automotive industry charity BEN.
But if you don’t own a Ferrari, and if the sight of 1,000 Ferraris parading round Silverstone in September isn’t enough to make you want to make the effort, perhaps the sight of a whole heap of F1 cars, FXX and 599xx Ferraris strutting their stuff will be enough to tempt you? Especially as tickets are only £15.