The busy auction season continues this weekend with the first ever Bonhams Goodwood Speedweek Sale. Among the many interesting cars consigned is this Ferrari F40 that was delivered to a Milan-based industrialist. In 2012, it moved to the United Kingdom and at the time of consigning, chassis 88446 had less than 18,000 miles on the odometer.
This lovely BMW 503 Cabriolet is one of three right-hand drive examples built and is offered by the estate of its second owner; the legendary John Surtees. He acquired the car in the late 1980s and personally restored to a standard he found acceptable.
Still in as-new condition is this RUF CTR 3. It is one of seven built to Clubsport specification, and was delivered new to Singapore in 2013. Since then, it has been placed in storage and has covered less than 50 miles.
This weekend, Bonhams staged sales on both sides of the Atlantic, and the results are in from the Zoute and Philadelphia Simeone Automotive Museum sales.
Last week, McLaren offered a first glimpse of things to come with teaser pictures of the upcoming HPH Supercar, which is due to replace the 570S model in the range. The HPH is short of High-Performance Hybrid and refers to the drivetrain powering the all-new model. This consists of a V6 internal combustion engine, which is combined with an electric hybrid system. Available from 2021, it will be McLaren's first regular production hybrid model.

Enjoy the links:

1957 BMW 503 Cabriolet (69141)

1991 Ferrari F40 (88446)

2013 RUF CTR 3 Clubsport (W09BM0382DPR06019)

2021 McLaren HPH Supercar