The last time we saw Ferrari’s “specials” was great, if not for the fact that the latest model was missing. Not that we were complaining, but it would be nice to have the LaFerrari along, too.
Trust Jay Leno to bring all five together at the same place. The place being a racetrack, no less.
No all Ferrari owners are treating them as garage queens. David Lee, who happens to own all five of them, for one is more than happy to drive them. He doesn’t mind bringing them to the track and, in his own words, trail the other four in the 288 GTO and “have a great view”, either.
So, apart from the aforementioned GTO, there are the iconic F40, the misunderstood (at least at the time of its launch) F50, the named-after-the-brand-founder Enzo and the hybrid, new-age, 950 HP LaFerrari. All five in red, of course, and all five fabulously outrageous and representing the pinnacle of Maranello’s engineering for the past three decades.