- Ferrari good day out
I was there with my 2.5 year old son too. We both had a great time – I spent most of the time there bouncing around like a 12 year old. That blue Lambo Murciélago sounded amazing at full chat over the start/finish line.
It’s funny to hear Andy the 456 owner in the vid talking about how he span it earlier – we were watching from the outside of Gambon when he did that, and it got a *huge* cheer.
Do you reckon they raised more money than they spent on petrol for all those supercars lapping flat out all day??Posted 8 years agoJimboMember
I believe that the supposedly “short-shifting” 456GT is an auto: not seen all the vid, but judging by the engine note/shifts…
And as for “taking it easy”, well, *you* take *your* Ferrari on a track day open to the public (where you’ve no insurance cover) and then see how you drive. Cautious isn’t the word. Particularly when you’ve spun it previously, which serves as a warning to you, and also gets the marshalls attention…Posted 8 years ago
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