Leading on from the demise of Group B racing, Ferrari had an unused 288 GTO Evoluzione race car that was like nothing it had built before. So, for its fourtieth birthday, Enzo decided to adapt the 288 race car into a road car. The term road car needs to be taken with a pinch of salt, because with 478 bhp and less than 1,300 kgs, the F40 has been described by Gordon Murray as "a big go-kart with a plastic body on it". This bare, raw race car for the road, unlike anything that had been seen, and far from anything seen since, is what made the F40 the legend it is today, easily one of the most recognizable cars for both its beauty, and its superstar narrative. The F40 (project F 120 A) was the last car to be developed under Enzo's watch, and has definately become a symbol of his achievements.
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