Ferrari 125S

The new Petersen Museum is firing on all cylinders (literally) with its latest exhibition: "Seeing Red: 70 Years of Ferrari." Seven decades of the most significant cars in the marque's history will be on full display in the Bruce Meyer Family Gallery. The 11 car collection will consist of everything from the first Ferrari-badged car (above) to the 166MM and the Michael Schumacher-piloted F1 Ferrari from 2001. The exhibit will be open from now until April 2018.

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