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Not in reverse, but equally entertaining. Ferrari fans got to see the new 458 Spider and the lighter and more powerful California 30 tackle the 1.16 mile hill climb route at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Joining the two cars on the track were the flagship V12-powered, four-wheel drive FF and the 2009 F60 F1 single-seater driven by Scuderia Ferrari driver Marc Gené:
"The track is extremely narrow, so it feels quite fast even though we are only doing 250 km/h (155 mph). We have brought the car here because it won in 2009 and we like to bring F1 to the fans here in England. The Festival of Speed is one of the biggest – if not the biggest – events in the world."