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We've exchanged some messages via Instagram already, but for anyone else's benefit who might still be reading along, there has been nothing...
The spare chassis wasn't given a proper chassis number - it was assigned "101SP" according to the documentation.
I'm aware that it was used in...
On Q1; The tubs for chassis 019, 026 and 027 were indeed repurposed to expedite the builds of the first three F1 GTRs - 01R, 02R and 03R. The...
That's the first one I don't like. Never been much of a black car person though.
I did, but hadn't read the full description from RM when I posted that response here. I had only seen the new claim recounted via one of their...
I tend to agree with some of that sentiment, but do still see why it would appeal to some.
Frankly though, I wouldn't give Ferrari a penny for a...
Is 0814 still with the Chinetti family? That's the last update Barchetta.cc shows in its timeline.
I don't normally promote conspiracy theory,...
This one clearly uses an early version of the LaFerrari chassis and is not 458-based.
Probably the reason they didn't put a badge on it. ;)
Looks exactly like one of the early LaFerrari mules after having its "disguise" removed and getting a bit of a makeover.
I would imagine that AKV still owns that CLR. His cars are just very rarely seen.
Really great film Brian! I appreciate you taking the time to document the process they went through along with the excitement of getting it back...
I'd say there's just a small chance that could be true on some circuits, but it won't be many as the F1 has both a power, weight and top speed...
Not quite dead yet. Was wonderful to see this one leaving Austin last night.
For anyone looking to take one final trip:...
Thanks as always Marcel.
I'll be far more impressed if you can ID that entire lineup of 11. ;) :D
And for good measure, here is another gathering of four from 2004 - this time with some welcomed diversity in the color palette. :)
The likely record of F50s gathered together in one place might be 11 based on these two small photos from my archive which I'm afraid I don't know...
The Quail event in 2015 had 5 F50s displayed together for their 20th Anniversary. Wasn't easy to get a great photo of them together, but you can...
That reference has now been removed. :)
I think the challenge for the F50 design in many people's minds was it was one of the first Ferrari's to deviate from sharper edges to more gentle...