And doesn't just store it in some garage.
Only 1,315 were produced, and all that survive today are extremely valuable. You’ll likely have to pay somewhere in the neighborhood of $1 million to own one. In other words, it’s not a car that most owners wouldn’t just drive for fun. No, they’re likely to be extremely careful and fearful something bad could happen. But then there are those owners (though few in number) who drive Enzo Ferrari’s final legacy the way it was meant to be.
Such is the case with this yellow F40. It doesn’t just sit in some rich guy’s massive garage collection; it goes to the tarmac to play. Check out the following video and watch this F40 not only race against a Porsche 911 Turbo, but also perform a couple of victory donuts.