The Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, one of Ferrari's most successful race cars on the track, but it also had unorthodox, but purposeful body by Scaglietti & C. Though the cars dominated sports car racing for the next half decade, only 34 were ever built, with variations winning the Le Mans 24 Hour race in 1958, 1960, and 1961.
Developed for the 1958 season, the 250 Testa Rossa was designed for both Scuderia Ferrari and private entrants. Engine choice was the most critical factor since the Commissione Sportiva Internazionale (CSI) had limited engine size to 3.0 in an attempt to slow top speeds. Ferrari had two choices best suited for their new sports car that were tested in 1957. Both a V6, and a small version of the quad-cam V12 were tried in two special prototypes, but neither of these were chosen. Instead, the SOHC V12 was used which had already proved its reliability powering the 250 GT Berlinetta to consecutive Tour de France victories.
The Ferrari Testa Rossa prototype was sold for US$16.4 million.
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