Last year, Ferrari sold 7,198 cars worldwide -- a few days output by most automakers' standards, but a record high for the Prancing Horse brand. It's several years of record sales that make spectacles like the one this weekend at Britain's Silverstone track possible: the world's largest gathering of Ferraris, with 964 in attendance. To the best anyone could tell, none of them were converted Pontiac Fieros.
Arranged by Ferrari's British owners' club as a charity fund-raiser, the parade was led by Ferrari Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa, who did more laps in the lead than he's done in F1 this season. In the video below the truly exotic modern Ferraris jump out -- there were several Enzos, F40s, F50s and even a couple of FXXs -- but the vast majority of the parade comes from Ferrari's everday models of the past several years, namely the F380, F455 and Ferrari California. The field's wheel-to-wheel with Testarossas and Mondials, and the occasional 250 GTB shows just how rare those collectable Ferraris are.
See what you can spot below: