Seeing a Ferrari 250 GTO in action is something that should be on every car enthusiast's bucket list. For us, it's been checked off this weekend. Last week we saw several 250 GTOs participate in the Pebble Beach Tour, driving up and down Hwy 1 on the Monterey coastline, and just a few days later we headed to the track to see them in action at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

While we've heard that no fewer than 20 250 GTO owners brought their cars to town for this week's festivities, less than half of them were willing to take them on track at the Monterey Motorsports Reunion. With each of the 39 cars in existence worth something in the range of $20 million, we can't say we blame them. Even so, we appreciated the owners who did bring out their prized possessions to share with the race spectators.

We'll have even more 250 GTO action for you soon with the Pebble Beach Concours celebrating the car's 50th anniversary. Until then, check out our photos from the track in the high-res gallery above.

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      Jake S
      • 4 Years Ago
      Due to the value of those cars, and the resultant kid gloves that the drivers showed going around Leguna Seca, it looked more a lot like a Hoveround geezer fest than a hot lap.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Gotta have balls of steel to drive an irreplaceable car worth that much money on a track like that.
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      Gran Turismo Omg-ato. Wish I was there.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Be still my beating heart. In their natural habitat, beautiful.
      • 4 Years Ago
      "I saw a 250 GTO drive through the corkscrew, and I. Jizzed. In. My. Pants. Another 250 GTO goes around the corner and I. Jizzed. In. My. Pants. Then another 250 GTO..." Repeat until all 20 cars go by.
      John Simon
      • 4 Years Ago
      Heard about this on Carolla's podcast. 39 built 39 running and today, more than half of them running in the same place on a track like laguna. Yeah, uh that doesn't happen every day.