It’s been done before, and it’ll be done again.
We’ve come to realise when writing this piece that, while there are a few common denominators for the greatest Ferraris of all-time, we were never going to make every single one of you happy with the picks we’ve gone with. Trust us, we’ve spent weeks tossing choices back and forth in the office, changing our minds daily.
The mystique and prestige that is Ferrari all began back in 1947, when Enzo Ferrari parted ways with Alfa Romeo and only started building road cars to fund his racing dream team.
The rest, as they say, is history – a history that snowballed into a sports car manufacturer that’s legacy has gone unhindered and unsucceeded throughout the decades.
Last year marked Ferrari’s 70-year production history, and if the last seven decades are anything to go by, we can’t wait to see what’s on the cards for the next. Here are our favourite Ferraris of all-time, from post-war to the present, starting with the top spot.