Ferrari rolls out its Formula 1 cars

It’s been a good week for Ferrari, winning the Grand Prix in Bahrain yesterday, it looks like the Scuderia Ferrari are finally title contenders after being almost but not quite in recent seasons.

Of course few things can beat the sight and sound of a Formula 1 car racing around a circuit, in fact the Italian carmaker still brings out its race cars from time to time, just to remind us of how spectacular Formula One engines used to be.

So it was earlier this week Ferrari held one of its ultra-exclusive “Corse Clienti,” or client racing events, where FXX K, FXX, and 599XXowners could bring their cars to the track and drive them to the limit.

In addition to the customer cars, Ferrari brought out a few of its old Formula One machines, and boy did they choose some good ones. The oldest of the bunch was a 1970 312B driven in-period by Clay Regazzoni, complete with a blissful 3.0-liter 12-cylinder boxer engine.

Ferrari also brought a modern V8-powered car, and most importantly, one of its V10 cars from the early 2000s. Watch below as they hit Mugello circuit, and make sure to turn the sound up.

*courtesy RoadandTrack

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