Photos from the Ferrari Owners Club GB annual Concours event.
The Ferrari Owners Club GB held its annual Concours at Walton Hall in Warwickshire at the weekend. Unlike the very wet conditions in 2013, this year the concours basked in sunshine. Unfortunately the event clashed with the Goodwood Festival of Speed which meant some of the most exotic Ferraris could not attend the concours, but even so the display on the lawn in front of the hall included three Ferrari 250 Lussos, with one being a special example bodied by Fantuzzi in the Sixties and brought along by DK Engineering. DK also brought a rare 1959 Ferrari 196S Sports racer, effectilvely a 250 Testa Rossa powered by a V6 engine, and raced in period by the legendary Rodriguez brothers. At the front of the lawn stood a Ferrari Dino 246 F1 car, the last front-engined GP winner.
The Drive Cult Daytona, together with some of the other family fleet cars, was one of a number of Daytonas at the event including a Spyder conversion back on the road after a five year restoration. In the concours competition itself car of the day went to a superb Ferrari 250 PF cabriolet.
The gallery has a selection of cars from the event.