Forty Ferrari F40 Maranello Driving Tour
A whopping forty Ferrari F40 supercars were captured together in Maranello, Italy for the ‘Legacy Tour’, which was basically a three-day event that included a stop at Pista di Fiorano. For those who don’t know, the F40 was the last Ferrari automobile personally approved by Enzo Ferrari and successor to the 288 GTO.

Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 2.9L V6 engine making 471 hp and 426 lb-ft of torque, paired to a 5-speed manual, enabling it to hit 60mph in just 3.8 seconds. Between 1,311 to 1,315 units were manufactured, with 213 units destined for the United States, before production ended in 1992. It retailed for $400,000 USD ($1,083,348 in 2023) and designed to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary. Believe it or not, from project inception (June 1986) until its launch, the F40 was developed in a mere thirteen months.
LEGO Speed Champions 1970 Ferrari 512 M Toy Car Model Building Kit 76914 Sports Red Race Car Toy, Collectible Set with Racing Driver Minifigure
  • Iconic LEGO Collection - The LEGO Speed Champions collection is full of iconic toy car models, including the Pagani Utopia (76915) and Porsche 963 (76916) sets sold separately
  • LEGO Ferrari Collectible - Features a LEGO Speed Champions collectible model car replica of the Ferrari 812 Competizione plus a driver minifigure with a helmet and hair
  • Race Driver Minifigure - The set includes a LEGO race driver minifigure to be placed behind the wheel of the race car toy for superfast action on the track or road


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