Scrambled eggs, I presume?
When Lord March orders breakfast, you need to be quick. And if it’s the Full Throttle breakfast, you need to make sure the delivery driver is somebody special.
Fortunately Mauro Calo, the holder of a Guinness World Record for drifting, had a Ferrari California T Handling Speciale available to slide, skid, roar and power its way through the Goodwood Estate to collect the components for Lord March’s breakfast.
Sausages, eggs and bacon were collected from the estate’s farm shop and cooked at the Motor Circuit cafe, while a copy of the Racing Post was handed over by a jockey at the Racecourse before the whole lot was delivered to Goodwood House – all at breakneck speed.
It’s all to highlight Ferrari’s participation, including the debut of the 488 Spider, in this year’s Festival of Speed. The celebration of all things motoring takes place at the Goodwood Estate on 23-26 June.
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