The iconic Italian race car is the most expensive Ferrari ever sold at auction.
Ferrari scored its first Le Mans victory in 58 years as Alessandro Pier Guidi, James Calado and Antonio Giovinazzi beat Toyota with the 499P hypercar.
The hybrid hypercar marks Ferrari’s return to the most elite level of endurance racing.
With a twin-turbo 670-hp V6 in the rear, a 270-hp electric motor up front, and a radical aerodynamic design featuring “light claws,” the 9X8 marks a new chapter in hybrid sports cars.
It’s head-turning homage to America’s only Le Mans-winning race car.
Just 150 pieces of this striking luxury timepiece will be sold.
The final version of the Le Mans-winning American race car featured in “Ford v Ferrari” bested its pre-auction estimates by a mile.
It’s one of the most extreme street-legal rides money can buy.
This futuristic racer will be “partly driven like a car and partly flown like a fighter jet.”
“We’re gonna bury Ferrari at Le Mans.”