News from the racing world. Even though it was over a month ago, almost one thousand (964 – to be exact) Ferraris took over the Silverstone Circuit, breaking the previous Guinness Book of World Records record of 490 Ferrari’s back in 2008. Felipe Massa was leading the pack in a 458 Spyder. Over 1000 cars were registered, but 964 was enough. Ferrari had announced that for every Ferrari in the parade, they would donate $8 U.S. to the auto industry charity, BEN. Also, the whole Ferrari lineup was on display. In addition, Ferrari driving coach, Marc Gene was there to coach owners in the F1 Clientele program (where owners can learn to drive like a pro!).
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What is Ben? Would be interested to know in a post. More my speed than a Ferrari I’m afraid!
Yeah, i guess so
Is Ferrari Drive on the Silverstone Circuit?
No. The Silverstone Circuit is in England
I, too, would love to know more about BEN. It’s nice to know more about Tikkun Olam, not just the consumer aspect of the auto-industry. I can just hear you saying, “yah, yah, yah, Mom”.
Yah, Yah, Yah, Mom