Ferrari 1996 F50 GT
Ferrari introduced the F50 in 1995, then in 1996 decided to build a racing version for international GT racing. The F50 GT had a fixed roof, new front spoiler, and larger rear spoiler among other changes. This car, chassis 001, was the prototype used for testing, where it proved to be even faster than the 333 SP (an LeMans Prototype car). With GT rules changing, though, and Ferrari needing resources for Formula One, the F50 GT program was cancelled. This was the only car completed before the cancellation of the program.