Today we mark Ferrari Friday with two very special competition cars built by the Italian manufacturer. First up is this lovely 250 GTO, which was delivered new to Italy. It was subsequently sold to Swedish raver Ulf Norinder, who painted it in the national colours of blue and yellow. While the car was later re-bodied by Drogo for road use, it has more recently been restored to its original configuration. Owned by the same American collector since 2005, chassis 3445GT is one of very few GTOs that is still actively been used as can be seen in our 44-shot gallery.
The other great Ferrari featured today is a 512 M that had started life as a 512 S in 1970. Updated to M specifications in the spring of 1971, it was raced at Le Mans in both configurations by Ecurie Francorchamps. It was also raced in North American and even competed in a Can-Am race. Now restored to its 1971 Le Mans configuration, 1030 made a rare appearance at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed where ex-driver Derek Bell's successful racing career was celebrated.

Enjoy the links:

1970 Ferrari 512 M (1030)

1962 Ferrari 250 GTO (3445GT)