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Ferrari F50 GT
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Production 1996
3 units
Class Racing car/supercar
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Weight 2005 lb (909.4 kg)
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Engine 4.7 litre V12
Power 750 hp @ 10500 rpm
383 lb-ft @ 8000 rpm
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Designer Pininfarina

The F50 GT was a derivative of the Ferrari F50, intended for use in racing. However, Ferrari decided not to put it into production, and only three cars were sold to the public; the prototype and two assembled specially for prominent customers.

One of the three F50 GT's being driven by its owner hit a crash barrier after a shunt at the final corner of Laguna Seca Raceway. This car was reluctantly taken back by Ferrari and rebuilt. However, the rebuilt Ferrari was reportedly lighter, weighing 2000 lb when loaded and also had an upgraded powerplant now producing 900 bhp. No official stats were ever recorded for this car and thus it has never been mentioned as the uprated Ferrari F50 GT.


  • Power: 750 bhp @ 10500 rpm
  • Torque: 383 ft·lbf @ 8000 rpm
  • Power-to-weight ratio: 0.75 hp/kg
  • 0 to 60mph: 2.9 s
  • 0 to 100mph: 6.7 s
  • ¼ Mile: 11.2 s @ 129 mph
  • Top speed: 236 mph (380 km/h)