The Ferrari 125 S, the first car to wear the iconic Ferrari badge, was the star of the Goodwood Festival of Speed’s tribute to Ferrari’s 70th Anniversary as it took to the famed hillclimb alongside the latest Ferrari, the very limited edition LaFerrari Aperta. The two cars were the lead cars in a special Ferrari-only parade of 70 cars which included an incredible array of significant and historic road and race cars, including many championship winning single seaters from the Scuderia Ferrari’s illustrious history.
After ascending the Goodwood hillclimb, all the Ferrari cars assembled for a special Ferrari moment around the central sculpture in front of Goodwood House, creating what was surely one of the most expensive collections of rare and important Ferrari cars on public display.
The Ferrari moment will be repeated again on Sunday, with an additional tribute to ex-Ferrari F1 World Champion, John Surtees.
Ferrari also has a full display of the current product range in the Michelin Supercar Paddock, with a California T Handling Speciale, 488 GTB, 488 Spider, GTC4Lusso (V12) and a LaFerrari Aperta participating in the Supercar Run twice a day during the event. Ferrari fans will also be able to see the entire range of historic sports and road cars on a special display in front of Goodwood House on Friday and Saturday between 12.55-13.45 in a unique celebration of Ferrari’s 70th Anniversary.