In case you hadn't heard (and frankly, where were you?) last weekend saw the Goodwood Festival of Speed come once again to the Goodwood Estate in Chichester.
This year's event was a particularly special one: the sun was shining, there were record crowds and most importantly there was (as ever) some truly beautiful four-wheeled exotica on display from a wealth of different manufacturers.
However, it wouldn't be much of a supercar show without Ferrari. Luckily, the Italian marque was out in force, proudly displaying their colours on Lord March's hill-climb course.
Everything from limited run specials like the 458 Speciale, classics such as the 158 and F2007, right the way through to the brand's F1 contenders from just a few years ago, were there to fly the flag for Italy.
However, it was the one-off Ferrari F12 TRS that stole the show as it raced up the famous hill. Created by the company's special projects division, it's based on the - dare we say it - 'normal' Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, and takes its inspiration from the 1957 250 Testa Rossa. The end result is an exquisite piece of automotive design and one wealthy enthusiast's ultimate dream wheels.
Author: Jordan Hilton