A seven-year-old girl is making boys at her school jealous by driving around in a replica £25million Ferrari.
Scarlett Gurr’s father Stuart, a car restorer, built her this half-size version of a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO – complete with 49cc engine, which gives it a top speed of 15mph.
A member of the British Women Racing Drivers Club, Scarlett hopes to take part in the Little Big Man race at Le Mans next year.
Her father, of West Moseley, Surrey, will make her a mini Mercedes Uhlenhaut Gullwing coupe 300SLR for the race.
In the past he has made Scarlet a miniature replica of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and a series of Type 35 Bugattis.
The fully-working replica in all its glory
The replica can reach speeds of 15mph
Girl racer: Seven-year-old has her own mini FerrariGirl racer: Seven-year-old has her own mini Ferrari