It’s the history of the modern supercar all on one track: 1985 Ferrari 288 GTO, 1990 F40, 1995 F50, 2003 Enzo and 2014 LaFerrari.The short five-minute clip has Leno driving conservatively behind the wheel of the LaFerrari and cautiously enjoying the supercar’s 950-horsepower hybrid powertrain.
Lee brings up the rear of the Ferrari train in his 288 GTO, while his brothers took the other three Italian supercars onto the track for a leisurely drive. Lee, who is an avid Ferrari collector that brought Leno his 1967 275 GTB4 to drive earlier this year, drives these Ferraris regularly and is extremely passionate about the brand.
Despite not being one of Ferrari’s biggest fans, Leno has nothing but good things to say about the LaFerrari.The five Ferraris are some of the most sought-after vehicles of all time, and for good reason. The supercars represent the best that Ferrari could do at each of those moments in time.
Though it looks like Leno and Lee are going painstakingly slow, they’re surrounded by an estimated value of $12 million worth of Italian metal. With a new season of Jay Leno’s Garage set to premiere tomorrow at 10 p.m. Eastern Time on CNBC, we’re expecting more more footage from this Ferrari fest.