Lead by Felipe Massa, 964 Ferraris ranging from F40s to F12s (a combined total of 493,150bhp) completed a lap of Silverstone at a very steady 15mph almost two months ago. This was not, however, as big as the largest parade of Porsches, where 2325 cars gathered in Germany back in 2008.
9. Most people squeezed into a Mini
Did you think you and three friends could only just squeeze into the latest Mini? Pah! 27 gym members and staff at a leisure club in Eastborne managed to slide in, breaking the record in December last year. Other cars that people have crammed into include a Jaguar XJ6 (42), VW Golf (30) and even a Renault Twingo (22).
Us Brits previously held the record thanks to the 'Flatmobile', but a few weeks ago we were beaten by the Mirai - an electric single seater that's just 42cm tall. It's so low that it needs anti-depressants! At least it can cheer itself up making a mockery of car park and toll barriers.
6. Smallest roadworthy car
Perry Watkins decided to take one of those Postman Pat coin cars for kids and gave it an engine, indicators and a tax disc. The 104cm tall, 66cm wide and 132cm long car is allowed on UK roads, despite limited visibility.
5. Longest car jump
Travis Pastrana made this rally-spec Subaru Impreza do the leap of faith in California in 2009. The jump was 269ft long and luckily the barrier at the end of the pier was strong enough to stop him falling into the sea. Just.
4. Most expensive car ever sold
Officially, the most expensive car ever sold at an auction was a £12 million Ferrari 250 GTO, which is now proudly owned by Chris Evans. However, the most expensive car ever sold is the Bugatti Type 57S Atlantic. Only four were ever made with just two left in existence. The price? It was sold for between £20-30 million.
3. Land speed record
The land speed record currently belongs to the Thrust SSC at 763mph. Its pilot, Andy Green, however, is soon hoping to break the 1000mph mark in Bloodhound SSC. We'll find out if he manages that some time between 2013 and 2014.
The Veyron, Tuatara and Venom GT have nothing on this masterpiece. It's a Ford GT, but the supercharger attached to the 5.4-litre V8 has been chucked out for a twin-turbo system and and an upgraded intercooler as well as minor tweaks to the fuel pump and engine cooling. This all adds up to a mighty 1700hp! All those little changes meant Johnny Bohmer managed to get his 'BADD GT' up to a top speed of 283.232mph over a mile!
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