By Euro Weekly News Media • 04 May 2015 • 16:56
A plethora of Ferraris on show in Malaga
UNTIL May 10 you can experience the outstanding display of supercars and Ferraris at the Palacio de Congresos in Malaga.The sea of red will overwhelm those Ferrrari-ists of you out there as you enter the celebration of 35 years of the prancing horse. From the hatchback looking FF, to the incredible LaFerrari, from convertibles to coupes, they are all there waiting for you to ogle over.While a 1953 silver 250 Speziale takes its place alongside Testarossas of the 80s, and a 1960s Dino GT crouches in front of them, the more recent space-age models can be found lurking in the centre zone.F50, F40, Enzo and LaFerrari surround you as your brain tries to take in some of the astonishing performance figures for each of these monsters. For example, the LaFerrari with its V12 6.2-litre power plant can launch you from zero to 100 kilometres per hour in just 2.9 seconds, and then on to a final top speed of 234mph (378 kilometres per hour).As if that wasn’t enough for one day, the entrance price of €8 also gets you a bonus, free entry into the supercar exhibition right next door. In an equally exceptional experience, you can take in some of the world’s most magnificent supercars all under one roof.Lamborghini or McLaren, Shelby or GT40, Aston or Bentley, whatever floats your boat is there. Not least are some track and road racing machines from Porsche, Benetton, Ascari and Rebellion to fill every corner!And for you Mercedes fans, standing side by side are a pair of Gullwing SLs. A 1950s 300sl proudly takes its place alongside its modern counterpart, a 6.3 litre SLS AMG, both with wings spread and looking as majestic as a pair of eagles.
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