No fewer than 20 Ferrari 250s – including three of the legendary GTOs – will be on show at the Le Mans Classic from 4-6 July.
The mouthwatering display comes thanks to Hong Kong-based car collector Brandon Wang choosing the event as the startpoint for an owners' rally back to Maranello.
The Ferraris will at the Le Mans Classic from the morning of Friday 4 July until Saturday evening and, as well as a 20-minute track session will be gathered in a dedicated paddock close to the drivers' club (meaning people will need to buy a paddock pass to see them in situ).
The different types of 250 on the tour include: GTO, GTE, GT Cabriolet, GTO Specliale, Short Wheelbase, California (long and short-wheelbase), Lusso, Zagato and more.
On Saturday evening, the tour, inspired by the sensation caused by the GTO's 50th anniversary rally bringing 23 of the 39 examples built to the Le Mans Classic two years ago, will head for Italy.
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