A Thrilling, In-Depth Look At Two Legendary Italian Sports Cars
Enzo Ferrari's greatest desire was to become a racecar driver and he earned plenty of kudos during his apprenticeship at Alfa. Through sheer force of character he left to form a company of his own, creating one of the most formidable racing machines ever produced. Follow the incredible story of Enzo Ferrari and his company into the present and see his namesake car, the Ferrari Enzo. It has a top speed of 217.5 mph, and a price tag to tilt the radar gun: $500,000. Enzo would love it!
Long before Dustin Hoffman discovered it in the film, The Graduate
, a promising Neapolitan entrepreneur named Nicola Romeo took over this fledgling auto company and turned it into a racing and sports car legend. In the 1920s and early '30s, Alfa's team boss, Enzo Ferrari, and his drivers dominated European sports car racing as their lightweight but powerful car tore up the tracks. Today, classic Alfas fetch millions of dollars from collectors who want to relive racing's greatest moments
From sports cars to luxury cars, from foreign elegance to domestic muscle, Great Cars
offers an in-depth look at the world's fastest, most expensive, most exciting and most unusual automobiles, along with the people who loved and created them.
Million Dollar Ferraris (featurette)
Million Dollar Alfas (featurette)
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Ferrari 456 GT (1996)
Ferrari 575 M Maranello
Ferrari F-360 Challenge