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Festival promises a host of Prancing Horse power.

FANS of the Prancing Horse are in for a treat this weekend as the Ferrari Festival comes to Knockhill.

The biggest ever gathering of Ferraris in Scotland will take place at the Fife circuit.

More than 120 Ferraris are expected at the track to celebrate the 70th birthday of the marque.

They will include members of the Ferrari Owners' Club, as well as racing Ferraris on track in the Pirelli Classic Ferrari Championship.

In between races, the Ferrari drivers, celebrating 50 years of the Owners' Club, will be allowed on track to take their own cars around.

Stuart Gray, of Knockhill, said: "We are expecting it to be a sea of red, with one or two yellow and black Ferraris in the mix. But whatever the colour, it is going to be an amazing spectacle."

There will also be a static display of cars and those confirmed for the day include a LaFerrari valued at more than PS2million - but expect to see some more surprises.

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
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Date:May 12, 2017
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