Each F40 built sped out of the factory as fast as they could build them, and often fetched upwards of a million dollars despite the $400,000 sticker price, which was already a hundle back in 1987. Now 70 of them are set to take part in the Car Club Parade at this year's Silverstone Classic to set a new world record for the most F40s in one place. Along with the F40s, a large number of BMW
Z roadsters are expected to be in attendance, including examples are of the Z1, Z3, Z4 and Z8. 130 AC Cobras are also set to descend on Silverstone for the event, after last year saw a record 767 Jaguar
E-Types set a record of their own.