#TBT: HR Owen @ Hedsor House
Taking centre stage on its own podium was a limited edition LaFerrari Aperta, which is essentially a LaFerrari with less roof.
The Aperta's power is sourced from the same 6,262cc naturally-aspirated V12 engine, with a 0-62mph time of sub three seconds and a top speed in excess of 217mph.
The London event was organised by luxury dealer group H.R. Owen, which assembled 70 Ferraris to mark the occasion. A total of 200 LaFerrari Apertas will be built, with H.R. Owen advertising one for sale via its website.
H.R. Owen’s customer cars lined up on Waterloo Place in a gathering that’s said to be the largest of its kind ever to grace London. It’s not everyday you see 70 Ferraris in one place.
The dealer group pulled a few strings to arrange the closure of one of London’s busiest roads, giving its customers an easy route to Waterloo Place. “The group is forever giving back to its customers,” said Ferrari, as if owning one of its cars isn’t enough.
A PARTY ATMOSPHERE
“The Waterloo Place event really got things going in style,” said the dealer group. “We had some truly amazing models lining up for media, members of the public and enthusiasts to see, with a friendly and lively atmosphere that really portrayed what H.R. Owen is all about.”
With plenty of 458's, 488's, Cali's, F430's and many other Ferrari models on show, it was a truly superb gathering!
The convoy to Hedsor House was led by the immaculate LaFerrari Aperta
The Ferraris made their way, flags and all, to Buckinghamshire, with the crowds and congestion only serving to slow things down. Still, 30 miles in traffic is still 30 miles behind the wheel of a Ferrari.
ARRIVING AT HEDSOR HOUSE
Veuve Clicquot Champagne flowed non stop and guests were given a sumptuous BBQ, all provided courtesy of HR Owen!
A GREAT DAY COMES TO AN END
All good things do come to an end. HR Owen and all the staff at Hedsor House were amazing that day. With the event only being available to a select few, we felt honoured and privileged to have received the invitation.