The Goodwood Festival of Speed brings together some of the best vintage and modern cars for both the track and the street. Also, not to be missed at Goodwood is an auction that gives well-heeled buyers an opportunity to bid on super-rare and ridiculously expensive masterpieces like this Ferrari that went for $18M.

The highlight of this year's Bonhams listings is this 1954 Ferrari 4.9-liter 375-Plus Spider Competizion that sold for £10,753,500 or aprox $18,453,103 USD.

This car has a well documented and accomplished racing history including-

This is the factory-entered 4.9-litre Ferrari 375-Plus in which the legendary Argentine ace JoséFroilán González obliterated all opposition in the International sports car race supporting the Formula 1 BRDC International Trophy race at th Silverstone May Meeting in Great Britain.


You can read the full listing here.

The great Biggie Smalls said, "mo money, mo problems." He was right, mo money means mo Ferraris... which of course leads to mo Ferrari problems and they are the best kind of problems to have.

Other notable cars to cross the block were a 1902 De Dietrich sold for £998,300 and a 1975 Lamborghini Countach sold for £953,500


(Photo Credit: Bonhams)

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