Despite its stripped-down interior and race-derived design, the Ferrari F40 was never intended to be a race car. That would not stop customers from racing Ferrari's fastest car ever, however, and several F40s built as road cars were converted for racing, including the one pictured here. Originally completed in 1989 and sold new in the Netherlands, the car was rebuilt to racing spec by Cavallino Tuning, the racing division of the Kroymans car dealership empire. It was then sold to Dutch Racing Promotions and campaigned in 1993 and 1994, before being upgraded in 1995 to a power output of 700 horsepower — all documented. The car continued to race until 2009, and the current owner shipped it to Italy where it was serviced and repainted in its current Grigio Nardo. The car is currently for sale through RM Sotheby's.