Here’s Where You Go If You Want To See The Best Collection Of Ferraris
If this doesn’t cure your red fever, then nothing will
Its been 70-years since Enzo Ferrari put the small Italian town of Maranello on the world map as the source for the fastest scarlet cars on the planet. Seven decades later, nothing has changed. Neither in the flavour of colour, or the racing pedigree that comes with the prancing horse on the bonnet.
To celebrate 70-years of Ferrari, The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California has amassed the perfect Ferrari collection that would be on display through April 2018. The Ferraris that are on display at the Bruce Mayer Family Gallery are all exclusively red and include the most legendary Ferraris of all time, such as the 1947 125 S – the first Ferrari ever made, the incredibly rare and expensive Ferrari 250 GTO, the 166MM, Niki Lauda’s 1980 Ferrari 312 T5, Michael Schumacher’s 2001 Ferrari F1.
Photos: Petersen Museum