Gallery: Supercar royalty at GRRC Breakfast Club

16th July 2022
Seán Ward

'Variety is the spice of life’ - isn’t that how the saying goes? Well variety is exactly what we have at the GRRC Breakfast Club, because as well as a whole host of classic city cars, all-wheel-drive legends, sportscars and plenty of motorcycles, there are some very tasty and in some cases very rare supercars.

First of all there’s a Ferrari F50 in classic Rosso Corsa, joined by an equally mind-blowing F40. Those two are already probably enough to make the trip to Goodwood worth it. But if limited run Ferraris are your thing then there are a number of stunners on display, including two of the V12 specials, a 599 GTO and an F12 TDf, 599 and 799 of which were sold globally respectively. From the mid-engined V8 Ferrari catalogue, wander around the Motor Circuit and you’ll find all but one of the modern specials, running through the 360 Challenge Stradale, 458 Speciale and 488 Pista, the older of the group the rarest.

Away from the Prancing Horse we found a pair of Aston Martins, a V12 DBS Superleggera and a Vantage F1 Edition, a Maserati MC20 and a Porsche 911 GT3. 

One other car that is certainly worth a mention, a 1965 427 SC Cobra. Strewth. We’re going to need a nap after looking at all of these - it’s too much for our brains to handle.

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Photography by Joe Harding and James Lynch.

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