But that’s alright, because others couldn’t care less about that, and one particular yellow F40 comes to mind. That one was spotted in the United Kingdom, going crazy on different surfaces, from asphalt to grass, and even gravel.
Smoky powerslides and donuts were on the menu on that day, which made for a very memorable video that reminded us of the ‘TaxTheRich’ days. You do remember those, don’t you? If not, then you’d better head on to YouTube and type it in the search bar.
With a little over 1,300 units produced at the Maranello factory, the Ferrari F40 is regarded as one of the best exotic machines ever made. It came out in an era when ABS wasn’t part of the industry’s daily vocabulary, and driver assistance gear was on no one’s lips. It bears the signature of Nicola Materazzi and Pininfarina, and was the first production vehicle to hit over 200 mph (320 kph).
Assisting it was a twin-turbo 2.9-liter V8 engine, which was good for 471 hp back in the day. The last Ferrari approved by Enzo needed a hair over 4 seconds to accelerate to 60 mph (96 kph), and topped out at 201 mph (323 kph).