London, Sept. 17: A fleet of 964 Ferraris, worth more than 100 million pounds in total, are part of a world record parade of the iconic Italian carmaker.
Owners from across Europe smashed the previous record held by Japan with almost twice as many Ferraris lapping the world famous racetrack on Saturday.
According to the Daily Mail, Ferrari models from the past 40 years took part in the parade.
There were so many Ferraris taking part that there was only 250 m of road free on the 3.6 mile track.
F1 ace Felipe Massa led the pack from behind the wheel of a black Ferrari 458 Spider.
Speaking after setting a new World Record, Felipe Massa said: “It was a really unforgettable experience”.
“It’s a great honour for me to be here for such a special event, with so many cars all brought together on one race track, which produced an unprecedented spectacle for all Prancing Horse fans,” he said.
According to the report, there were a number of million-pound Ferrari Enzos in the convoy as well as the iconic Ferrari F40, which are worth around 400,000 pounds each.
It is estimated the total value of the Italian convoy was well in excess of œ100 million.
Dave Whiteley, 61, a semi-retired engineer from Birmingham, drove his 1983 Ferrari 308 in the parade.
In 2007, Ferrari managed to get 385 models onto Silverstone at a racing day to set a record, the report said. (ANI)