The annual Goodwood Revival will feature its largest-ever Bonhams auction, with 106 motor cars and 172 lots of automobilia. The sale takes place September 13 at Goodwood Motor Circuit, Chichester, U.K.

Ten Ferraris plus 10 recently announced Abarths are included in the sale, completing Bonhams’ famed Maranello Rosso Collection consignment.

A 1991 Ferrari F40 Berlinetta is a highlight of the sale, estimated at $650k–$1m. This European specification, left-hand-drive model was ordered by Fabrizio Violati on October 15, 1987, at the official marque dealership Sa.Mo.Car SpA in Rome, Italy.

James Knight, Bonhams Head of Motoring, said: “We’re delighted to complete the Goodwood Revival lineup with this wonderful selection of Ferraris. Introducing the Maranello Rosso Collection at Quail Lodge in August, Bonhams set the world record for a car sold at auction with the Ferrari 250 GTO. We now head to Goodwood with the Maranello Rosso Collection Part II with ten Abarths and ten Ferraris.”

This year’s Goodwood Revival auction is the largest ever, with a total of 278 lots, including some 106 motor cars. With a natural leaning toward cars of a sporting nature, the sale includes two historic Maseratis: one of the fastest pre-war single-seaters, a 1932 Maserati 4CM estimated at $650k–$1m, and a 1937 Maserati 6CM estimated at $1m–$1.5m. Other racing legends include ‘EPE 97’, the Lagonda LG45R Rapide Fox & Nicholl Team Car, estimated at $2.25m–$2.9m; and the ex-1930 Mille Miglia class winning OM 665 SS MM Superba.

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