Have you drooled at the sight of a Ferrari Enzo FXX or had dreams of driving a Ferrari 250 GT Spyder California Racecar? We have too. Read about these and other dream Ferraris in this section.
The Ferrari 333 SP marked a triumphant return to sports racing for Ferrari. It was Ferrari's first pure sports-racing car in decades. Get the facts on this racing car including its competition history.
The Ferrari 575 GTC was designed to comply with new endurance-racing rules. It marked a return to the front-engine two-seat V-12 Ferrari. Learn more about this racer including its specifications and racing history.
The Ferrari 360 GT scored multiple GT race wins, including a second overall placing at the 24 Hours of Daytona in 2003. This Ferrari was equipped with a 3.6-liter V-8 and made 445 horsepower at 8,750 rpm. Learn more about this racer.
Only select drivers were allowed to test the Ferrari Enzo FXX prototype. Only 30 cars were produced, each with a price tag of 2 million dollars. Get valuable details on this racing marvel and its blistering performance.
To create the Ferrari 512 BB LM, Ferrari converted its first mid-engine 12-cylinder road car into an endurance racer. These factory-developed machines had new bodies shaped in the Pininfarina wind tunnel. Learn more about this racing car.
The Ferrari 250 GT Tour de France was named for a single race, and defined the essence of the thoroughbred gran turismo. Discover how Ferrari drove these berlinettas to nine wins between 1956 and 1959.
The Ferrari 335 S was described as "the greatest front engine race car from Ferrari" by F1 World Champion Phil Hill. Learn why he called it "a driver's dream" along with the Ferrari 315 S.
The Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa revived the ''red head'' name to deliver commanding race wins. Find out how these competition powerhouses scorched the tracks to bring Ferrari victory after victory.
The Ferrari 250 GT Spyder California Racecar combined solid engineering with impeccable style. Find out why the Ferrari 250 GT Spyder California Racecar attained legendary status among sports car enthusiasts.
The Ferrari 121 LM and Ferrari 118 LM were an attempt at six-cylinder endurance race cars. Find out why these powerful machines still came up shy of the checkered flag.
The Ferrari 410 S helped Ferrari gain momentum in the United States establishing it as the car to beat. Find out why Carroll Shelby called it "the best Ferrari I ever drove."
The Ferrari 500 TRC introduced a classic Ferrari name. The "TR" stands for "testa rossa" or "red head" in Italian. Find out how these fiery cars heated up the race track.
The Ferrari 290 MM brought engineer Vittorio Jano on board. Find out how he and his team improved on a winning formula to develop a superbly powerful beautiful Ferrari machine.
The Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta was a "little boat" with a large heart that helped launch the Ferrari legend. Discover how Enzo Ferrari and Carrozzeria Touring built a legacy beginning with the barchetta and berlinetta models.
The Ferrari 166 Sport Corsa represents the birth of the Ferrari track legend. The bodywork was not considered a standout in the crowd, but the V-12 engine was a race winner. Learn more about the car that began Ferrari's winning legend.