Go ahead. It’s okay to stare.
When this car was developed, Enzo Ferrari was in the middle of a huge fight not just with Ford and Shelby, but the FIA, which controlled most international racing. As a result, only one of the three 275 GTB/C Speciales ever raced in anger.
Despite not being a prototype, it finished third overall at Le Mans. No front-engined car has finished that high since, but just imagine for a second what it must have felt like to blast down the Mulsanne Straight at over 180 mph with this engine screaming in joy the whole time.