Although the 458 Italia will absolutely have its way with them without forcing its driver to so much as contemplate breaking a sweat, the Ferrari F40 and F50 will always have their place in history as the Prancing Horse’s first two modern supercars (provided you don’t consider the 288 GTO to be anything more than a 308 GTB with the engine turned 90° and breathing through a couple of turbochargers). Their low production numbers, bold styling with big fixed wings, and Formula 1 bred technology made them the four-wheeled rock stars of their day.
So when Chris Harris was presented with the opportunity to wring out these classic ferocious Ferraris on track, he jumped at the chance. And as you can see (and hear) he didn’t regret doing so. In fact, we don’t think we’ve ever seen Chris so giddy. How much are you willing to bet he’s already started an F40 fund for himself?