2 iconic supercars. One built in 1987 on the 40th anniversary of Ferrari and the other built to honor the 50th anniversary of Ferrari. Both were road going versions of race cars with an almost unseen rawness to them. Their characteristics couldn’t be any different from each other though. The F40 was powered by a 2.9L Twin-Turbo V8 while the F50 was powered by a 4.7L naturally aspirated V12. Both are capable of going over 200MPH. Very rarely do we get to see either of these cars, let alone together. But this time, the guys from /DRIVE, really have a treat for us. Both these bad boys, on a wide open track, driven the way they were meant to be. So turn off the lights and turn up the volume on your speakers. Here is some driving nirvana.



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