Harry Metcalfe Drives His Ferrari Testarossa to Sahara Desert

Published: Sun May 03, 2015 by Randy Wellington  |  Categories: Ferrari  |  Source: Harry Metcalfe

Evo magazine founder Harry Metcalfe has driven his rare Ferrari Testarossa (worth around $400,000) through some shady African countries, on his way to the Sahara desert.

The 2,500-mile journey was done to celebrate the original trip which was done by Car Magazine's Richard Bremner some 20 years ago. He took a Ferrari 512M all the way from the Ferrari factory in Maranello, Italy to the Sahara desert.

Harry Metcalfe started his journey in London and then continued through Spain, Morocco, over the snowy alpine-looking Tizi n'Tichka Pass, to Erfoud, and then to the dunes of Sahara.

The very interesting 29-minute video, which you can see above, includes everything from a twice broken-down Testarossa, confiscation of a drone, tons of speed traps and at least one ticket, some phenomenal scenery and Ferrari sounds, including a long stint off-roading on a washboard track.

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