Here's a fun traffic jam to be a part of: a group of 385 Ferraris parading down the Silverstone circuit
in England. It happened just a week or so ago on June 9th as part of a celebration to mark the company's anniversary year. Just a few of the models present were a 250 California Spider, a 275GTB/C, FXX, F40, F50 and an Enzo. The total value of all the Ferraris involved is estimated to be more than $118.4 million.
For the event the cars traveled slowly over a 2 mile course, made sure to stay within 2 car lengths of each other, and were counted both at the beginning and at the end. A representative from Guinness World Records certified the event as a new world record and presented Ferrari officials with a certificate.
What? No certificates for the individual owners/drivers? Bummer.