Enzo Ferrari (1898-1988) turned his love of cars and racing into a company, unofficially founded in 1929, officially founded somewhat later, into a purveyor of really fast cars. These race cars, in their signature rossa corsa (“race red”) have won many a Formula 1 race over the decades. They go really fast (over 200 mph) and are really expensive (think a quarter of a million dollars for a basic model). And because a lot of very wealthy men want them, the wait list usually lasts two years or so. Those who can’t afford to wait two years, or simply cannot afford it, may gain some inspiration in simulating driving one at the Ferrari museum in Maranello.