Man, that is a gorgeous car. Ferrari's are the shitzzz. Saw a yellow one at Chicago auto show. Ferrari's section at the show was kinda disappointing. No real showcase at all. Just a couple of modenas, the 575, and the yellow Enzo thrown in the back. But I guess being a Ferrari speaks for itself.
Here are some pics of one that a local VCA member brought to a Viper track day a month or so ago. He was hitting it hard. You've got to hand it to someone that buys one of these and actually tracks it.
KenH.. what times was he running ?? nice pics [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
I didn't get any times, but he was pushing it fairly hard and was running as fast or faster than the Vipers out there based on how he closed the gap on many of them. Here is a small video that I shot of it.
Ken great pics and thanks for the video. Would love to see one in action one day. Based on your pic on the Gen II and III and Enzo, I will be sure not to park next to one. They are definetly gorgeous cars.
ps - spent some time in Oregon last year. Stayed downtown (SW Harrison and 3rd). Really enjoyed Portland and the coastal areas. Beautiful country yall have up there.
I saw one this past weekend at Road Atlanta for the Petit Le Mans. It was hidden up on the hillside next to the Ferrari-red Risi Competizione motorhome. I must say, in person they look a thousand times better than any photo I've ever seen, and you can't truly appreciate how huge they are until you're actually standing in front of one.
But most interesting of all was that this Enzo was adorned in full Risi racing livery, complete with a number. I've read some speculation that one would enter the GTS class next year and really lay the wood to the doorstops -- hopefully this was it.
Wish I'd brought a camera, but I was on the motorcycle and thus travelling light.
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