World Record 60 Ferrari F40s At Silverstone [VIDEO]

Ferrari F40 was the world’s first 200mph road car when it appeared in 1987. Powered by a 471bhp 2.9-litre twin-turbo V8 it is still rated by many to be the finest supercar in history.

To mark the 25th birthday of this iconic supercar, a world record 60 Ferrari F40s took to the full Silverstone Grand Prix circuit during last Sunday’s Silverstone Classic powered by the AA.

According to one of the participants, 62 F40s turned up.57 of them had UK plates. Pretty impressive!

Take a look at the video below to see how 60 Ferrari F40s sound like. We totally agree with the author of this video: “One of the greatest sounds produced by a road car too in my opinion..”


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