For about a year in 1954-55, the Ferrari 375 MM was the .44 Magnum of sports-car racing. It was deafeningly loud and had a kick like a mule. Its Formula 1 V-12 engine could blow through the opposition, driven by the likes of Jack McAfee, Jim Kimberley, Ken Miles, Masten Gregory and Carroll Shelby. Conservatively estimated at 340 horsepower and with a 180 mph top speed, a 375 demanded the highest level of driving skill – especially coming out of the corners. It remains an unforgettable experience for drivers and spectators alike.