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Owners proudly display rare Ferrari supercars

Members of The Ferrari Owners Club have turned out in force today, to proudly display their rare and valuable supercars to the people of Coventry.

Despite heavy downpours in the region, a number of vehicles were on show including classics from the 1950's and 60's.

Owners were on hand to talk about their supercar and how it drives both to members of the public and other Ferrari enthusiasts.

Despite heavy rain valuable supercars arrive in region

Some of the rarest and most valuable Ferrari's were on display. Credit: ITV News Central

Despite heavy downpours across the region, Italian supercars worth hundreds of thousands of pounds arrived in Coventry today.

Holding it's annual national event at Coombe Abbey Hotel, The Ferrari Club Owners of Great Britain turned out in force.

Some of the most valuable and rarest Ferrari supercars were on display for the general public.

Including classics from the 1950's and 60's.

The Ferrari Club Owners of Great Britain national event taking place in Coventry. Credit: ITV News Central

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Rarest and most valuable Ferrari supercars on display in Coventry

A stock photo of the Ferrari 458 Speciale Credit: Petr Mlch/Czech News Agency/Press Association Images

Italian supercars worth hundreds of thousands of pounds will be in Coventry later today.

The Ferrari Club Owners of Great Britain is holding its annual national event at Coombe Abbey Hotel.

Some of the rarest and most valuable Ferrari supercars will be on display.

World record number of Ferraris

A total of 964 of the Italian sports cars paraded around Silverstone, beating the previous world record of 490 cars Credit: ITV Central

The biggest collection of Ferraris ever to have gathered today. A total of 964 of the Italian sports cars paraded around Silverstone, beating the previous world record of 490 cars made at a Japanese race trace in 2008.

It is estimated the collective value of the cars was £100 million Credit: ITV Central

Formula one driver Felipe Massa led the parade. The company donated £5 for every car to a charity which supports employees from the motor industry and their families. It is estimated the collective value of the cars was £100 million.

Formula one driver Felipe Massa led the parade Credit: ITV Central

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Ferrari made for Hollywood movie

One of the three Ferraris made by Rob Austin Racing Credit: ITV Central

Rob Austin Racing, based in Worcestershire, have created three Ferraris for the latest Ron Howard production.

The film, entitled 'Rush', focuses on racing car drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt.

Rob Austin himself even appeared in the film as American driver Brett Lunger.