If one were to chart a list of the greatest supercars to exist, you could guarantee that at minimum, four Ferraris would make that list.
It's not even a question.
Leading off with the 288 GTO, it is just one of those cars you have to see and completely inspect top to bottom. It's an ode to a a damn good looking car should be styled like.
The Ferrari F40 may have been held together with some sort of green goop, but its twin turbo V8 made people faint.
The F50, largely considered the red-headed stepchild when it comes to the Ferrari supers, is widely cited as the vehicle that brought F1 technology to the street.
Then there was the Enzo, which was just about as extreme as Ferrari could go back in its heyday.
The funny thing is that it didn't take Ferrari long to surpass its performance around Fiorano, as the 599 GTO and all-new F12 Berlinetta clock in faster lap times.
That has us panting for what it's about to unleash on us. For the curious, I am referring to the F70.
Recently spotted just outside of Marnello, a test mule sporting camouflage was seen undergoing testing.