288 GTO, F40, F50 and Enzo Driven Back-To-Back!
I don’t know about you but I definitely feel jealous of the guy who gets to drive 4 of these cars in just one day.
As if driving 1 Ferrari is not enough, but when you get to drive 4 Ferraris in one day! How much more if you get to drive that ultra-rare and highly expensive 250 GTO, now that would be a once-in-a-lifetime event!
It all started with a cancelled racing program, when the FIA dismissed the Group B cars when Ferrari is still about to enter the scene. Fortunately though, they didn’t cancel their entire program and it still worked on a road car that we now know as the 288 GTO.
The F40, the last car built under the supervision of Enzo Ferrari (the founder of Ferrari), was the company’s fastest, most expensive and most powerful car at the time it was released. The F40 is probably the most desired Prancing Horse car that the majority of petrolheads would want to behind its wheel if they had to choose one.
The F50, although it wasn’t received as much as the F40, is still simply outstanding. It’s F1-derived V12 engine along with its distinctive chromed gate and lever, makes the F50 an amazing car. The Enzo built based on the F1 technology although semi-auto still gives you analogue experience and is also definitely a beast on its own right.
So that’s it! The 288 GTO, the F40, the F50 and the Enzo all driven in one single day! Now that’s a lucky guy!