The run-up to the Goodwood Festival of Speed has begun with a bang, thanks to a Ferrari California T Handling Speciale.
Piloted through the Goodwood grounds by professional driver Mauro Calo, the Ferrari was used to deliver a high-speed breakfast to the event's founder Lord March.
Calo, who holds a Guinness World Record for drifting, flew around the Goodwood Estate in the California, collecting all of the components to create a perfect breakfast – even down to the Lord's morning paper.
Driving through the area at high speed, the Ferrari showcased all of its handling talents – drifting and performing dramatic turns in a number of well-known locations across the grounds.
He then arrives at Lord March's house just in time – before whipping up a cappuccino in a highly unusual way.
The California T Handling Special is due to be showcased at this year's event, alongside another new addition – the Ferrari 488 Spider. A convertible version of the impressive 488 GTB, the Spider is set to deliver the very highest performance – with an open-air experience.
Each year the Goodwood Festival of Speed draws in around 250,000 visitors – and this year is set to be just as popular. The historic hill climb is always the centre of attention, with brand new cars lining up against historic models for the sprint.
This year's event takes place on 23-26 June, and tickets are available to purchase from the Goodwood website now.