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The Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2017 has just come to an end, AFG Correspondant Phil Evans was on hand and has kindly sent in some photographs of Nick Mason with his £50 Million Ferrari 250 GTO.
The Festival of Speed been running since 1993 and offers enthusiasts an unrivalled opportunity to get close to the action, and to meet the great champions who gather at Goodwood each summer. With the enthusiasm and investment of the wider motoring and motorsport community, FOS has become an internationally celebrated, sell-out occasion.
On the evening of June 16th, The V&A Museum in London hosted its Pink Floyd Weekender, Which consisted of three days of special events, music and performance taking place across the Museum, to celebrate The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains.
The event included painting, pop up performances, film screenings and hands-on workshops, there was everything from relaxing music in the museum cafe, guitar workshops, and a fascinating sounding study day with participation from the likes of Nick Mason and Peter Wynne Willson!
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Fewer things add more value to a collectible car than a celebrity’s name scrawled in the log book.
So expect to pay big bucks if you want to get your hands on some of the cars up for auction at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in a week’s time.
That’s because the lot list includes an incredibly rare Ferrari F40 that was formerly driven by Pink Floyd guitarist and platinum-selling solo artist David Gilmour
Gilmour’s Ferrari F40 is one of the highly collectible early generation cars.
You can tell by the sliding side windows – newer versions had manual wind-down windows.
Ferrari F40s are selling for silly money these days – a low mileage example sold at an RM Sotheby’s auction last year for £1million.
Bonhams would expect this car to achieve something similar (though it has refused to put an estimate on this collector’s item) as it was first owned by Pink Floyd singer and guitarist, David Gilmour.
David and then band mate Nick Mason went to pick their matching F40s up from Ferrari’s Fiorano test track shortly after performing in Modena as part of a 1988 tour – the pair then enjoyed a trip across Europe back to the UK in Italian stallion formation.