Ferrari will bring some of its most remarkable road and race cars to the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed in early July.
Arguably the highlight of the Prancing Horse’s presence at the iconic motoring event will be the one-off P80/C recently created by Ferrari Special Projects. This special is built on the chassis of a 488 GT3 race car and features bespoke bodywork which, in track guise, includes a towering carbon fiber rear wing and a large front splitter.
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Accompanying the P80/C will be the SP3JC. This model was created a couple of years ago and uses the powertrain of the extreme F12tdf. It is painted in an eye-catching combination of white, blue, and yellow and was thought to be a one-off; however, earlier this year, it was revealed that the person who commissioned the SP3JC also ordered a second one finished in matte grey.
Another particularly impressive Ferrari coming to Goodwood is the Monza SP2 that, along with the single-seater Monza SP1, will be made in just 499 units.
Many other vehicles from Maranello will also be present at Goodwood, like a 488 Pista, FXX K Evo, 1962 250 GTO, 1972 365 GTB/4 Daytona, and no less than seven racing cars driven by Michael Schumacher, including the F2002 and F2004, and the 412 T2 which the German tested in 1995.