Earlier this week, the Circuit of Spa Francorchamps was set alight by 16 Ferrari XX hypercars (the FXX, 599XX and the FXX K). These are not road-legal vehicles and clients have to shelve large sums of money, spanning from over $2 million on the FXX to $3 million on the FXX-K, to acquire them.
Moreover, they don’t get to keep the cars as they are maintained by Ferrari. Instead, the owners are invited to drive them on designated track days. As aforementioned, one of those track days recently took place at the Spa where one FXX, nine 599XX and six FXX K took to the track on two consecutive days. An image gallery of these Ferrari’s monstrous creations lapping the 7 km racetrack can be found below, thanks to Lorenzo Beausaert.
Meanwhile, also at the Spa were the F1 Clienti cars. The ‘il Reparto Corse Clienti‘ is a platinum non-competitive owners program offered by Ferrari wherein the uber-rich customers can purchase Ferrari F1 cars (starting from 1973) for sums exceeding seven figures. Cars taking part in the event ranged from the F2001 driven by Rubens Barrichello to the F150° Italia driven by Fernando Alonso in 2011. The 412 T2 raced by Gerhard Berger in 1995 was the oldest of the lot.