Thanks to legendary Ferrari collector, David Lee.
Getting all five of the most collectible Ferrari cars onto one racetrack is not the easiest task. Just ask Youtuber Salomondrin, who put together "Ferrari's Big 5," which was probably one of the first times we got to see a 288 GTO, F40, F50, Enzo, and LaFerrari all on one racetrack. There are few people in the world who actually own all five of these amazing cars, like famous golfer Ian Poulter. Not being a Ferrari fan, Jay Leno hasn't got a single Prancing Horse in his legendary collection, but luckily he was able to find someone who has plenty.
David Lee is a successful business owner who runs a luxury watch and jewelry retailer. Lee is also known as a Ferrari collector and also supplied his collection to Salomondrin for his video. Now it is Jay Leno's turn to get these legendary cars on the track.
Lee puts Leno in the seat of the LaFerrari, while he gets in the oldest car, the 288 GTO. These five cars show the evolution of Ferrari as the years go on. The 1985 288 GTO came with a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V8 with 400 horsepower. Just 272 examples were ever built. The 1990 F40 came with a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V8 as well, this time making 471 hp. Even though it is one of the most sought after models, even among this group, Ferrari built 1,311 examples due to popular demand. The F50 moved things along to a F1-derived 4.7-liter V12 with 513 hp and 349 were built. The 2003 Enzo had a 6.0-liter, 651 hp V12, and 400 were built. Finally, the LaFerrari combines a 6.0-liter V12 with a hybrid system for a total of 950 hp.