Ferrari’s Top Five Supercars Put Through Their Paces On The Track

It was quite hard enough to bring together the “Holy Trinity” of supercars, so we imagine that gathering five of the most unbelievable Ferraris ever made is no walk in the park.

Still, car vlogger Salomondrin managed, with the help of a friend, to get them all together, from the twin-turbocharged 288 GTO, to the awesome, state-of-the-art LaFerrari.

The first episode of a three-part series includes a briefing the three granddaddies of (almost) all modern supercars, making an analogy between Ferrari’s advancement, growth and rise in the car industry, and evolution.

As Salomondrin points out, the heritable traits of biological populations over successive generations is a thing in the motoring world as well. Still, it’s nice to see the vehicles stretch their legs and their engines on the track, especially as most of them are kept behind closed doors nowadays, heavily preserved like precious artifacts.


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