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Welcome to the Ferrari Clienti room, the incredibly exclusive area where privately owned Formula One cars are stored.
And this is the XX room, where privately owned cars like the $2.7 million FXX K live. We'll give you a full tour, but first, a quick run through the Ferrari Museum!
This is the F333 SP, a Ferrari prototype that raced in the mid '90s. In 1998, an F333 SP won the 24 Hours of Daytona.
This is the 512 S, which competed in the 1970 24 Hours of Le Mans. It didn't win, but it did hit an incredible 211 mph on the back straight.
The 512 M, an evolution of the 512 S.
A Ferrari Challenge 355, and a race-ready Ferrari F40.
This is the F2004, which won a remarkable 15 out of 18 races that year.
The F2008, which won eight races out of 18.
The 1981 126 CK, a twin-turbocharged V-6 Ferrari. This was a radical change away from the flat-12 that had been used before.
But it's not just racers in the Ferrari museum. Classic road-going machines as well. Enjoy the rest of the pictures!