Three Track-Only Ferrari Supercars Face-Off In The Ultimate Rev Battle


Could there really be a loser in this fight?

It’s well-known that Ferrari keeps its best and most insane cars in-house. You could technically buy the Ferrari FXX, FXX-K and 599XX but once purchased the cars were only available during track days the Italian automaker set up. This video is from one of those days. It stars the aforementioned track-only supercars and shows just how large a crowd the trio gathers when they begin revving up. Each of these cars represents the pinnacle of Ferrari engineering so these are some serious exhaust notes.

These Ferraris let off some serious sound, so be sure to turn your volume up and plug your headphones in. Or just cover your ears like the kids and most of the crowd in this video do.

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