Ferrari BIG 5 is a video that Salomondrin and the Cup Gang were working on for quite some time now. And we were all super thrilled when the first part came out (november 26th 2015). Petrolheads had to be patient and wait for the second part… and the third! But I’d much rather do a whole topic about it, now that they’re both out!
In this epic video, all the Ferrari supercars are compared. Starting from the Ferrari 288 GTO (only 272 units in the world), followed by the legend and probably most iconic prancing horse: the Ferrari F40 (more than 1300 units), followed by the Ferrari F50, aka closest thing to an F1 race car (only 349 units), followed by the Ferrari Enzo (my personal favorite – 399 units) and finally the Ferrari LaFerrari (499 units), the latest technology jewel! Salomondrin tests the cars out at a private racetrack somewhere in the USA, giving cool insights on each one and how they drive.
This wouldn’t have been made possible without the owner of the Ferrari BIG 5. Indeed, there is only ONE owner for all those beauties (and he has way more). All cars belong to famous Ferrari collector David Lee (@ferraricollector_davidlee on social media).
Little recap: What is the Ferrari Big 5? Ferrari’s “big 5” are the five true supercars from the italian brand. It all started with the Ferrari 288 GTO in 1984, then came the Ferrari F40 (1987-1992), followed by the Ferrari F50 (1995-1997). The Ferrari Enzo, my favorite, is only the 4th sibling of this big and prestigious family and started production in 2002. Last but not least, the “LaFerrari” – which means “The Ferrari”, the 2013 beast. All of those Ferrari represent the BEST Ferrari has to offer in “hypecar” technology. Even though there aren’t decades between each model, the “supercar” area renews itself in an amazing way. I already can’t wait for the next one!