Which car do you prefer, and why?
I put the F40 and the F50 because they are similar in that of performance, and they are stripped ferraris with no paddle shifters. I absolutely love the Enzo, but it is in a completely different league then the F40 and F50, due to the paddle shifters, the amazing amount of technology that is under the hood, and in the cockpit of that car. It is definately a superior design IMO.nough said...
I agree, I have driven one paddle shifter car, though it wasn't a Ferrari, I don't think it is as fun as a stick. Maybe on the track the Enzo would be more fun but, definately the F40Enzo superior than the F40?
Sorry, but I strongly disagree.
F40 all the way!
I own both and have no interest in acquiring an Enzo.nough said...
The F40 is an extreme road car which can be raced.Boxer, I guess you voted for the F50, and I even kind of understand that (no, I don't).
But my question is: before you had both cars, would you still answer "F50" when asked which one was the best in your opinion?
I mean, did you prefer the F40 before you got to know the F50 more closely?
Superb article! Wow that makes me like the F50 a little bit more. I like the twin turbo, and I like the 12... Hmm...Even though I made this Thread, I don't know my answer:rofl: I love the rawness of the cars.I own both and have no interest in acquiring an Enzo.
A put a few thoughts on the F40 and F50 down here:
Just to clarify, I would recommend owning and learning how to properly drive an F40 before the getting involved with an F50. Reason being that an F40 is handful to drive and very apparently so. The moment you try to depress the rock hard clutch for the 1st time you realise that this car requires both skill and respect to pilot. The F50 lacks any of these types of clear signals as to its nature. This combind with the even higher performance limits can provide a false sense of security. Especially as neither car has any types of electronic drivers aids. When a F40 bites it can be dramatic but loosing control of an F50 is guaranteed to be spectacular.I agree, I would recommend that you buy a F40 before the F50.