$40 million Ferrari Testa Rossa ‘Lucybelle’

During The ICE in St. Moritz, Switzerland, I have filmed this $40 million Ferrari Testa Rossa 'Lucybelle' drifting on the ice and have lots of fun! Ferrari built just 34 examples of the 250 Testa Rossa, and you would need tens of millions of dollars to spend to put one of the rare roadsters in your garage. Even seeing a 250 TR is special, but seeing it riding is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for most folks. Introduced in 1957, most 250 TRs featured a curvaceous body with pontoon fenders by Scaglietti, although a few had a sleek, shark-nosed exterior from Fantuzzi. The V12 engine featured six, twin-choke Weber carburettors and produced around 296 horsepower (221 kilowatts). The Testa Rossa name, meaning "redhead," came from the powerplant's red valve covers. In 1958, the machine dominated international competition, including victories at that year's 24 Hours of Le Mans, 12 Hours of Sebring, and Targa Florio. Join my Notification Squad: click the Bell ? Make sure you like and comment the video, but also subscribe to the channel! *Michael - Automotive Mike* Socials: ?? ??
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