If you stop and think about it, car shows not too long ago used to consist of Ferraris, Maseratis, Lamborghini, Porsche, maybe even the occasional Bugatti; cars that one may consider to be impractical to drive on the road, but still do because, well...they function just fine on the road. Sure bringing the F430 to the track would be fun, but what's setting it apart from the others?
Now in 2017, one can go to a car show and see Bugattis, hypercars such as the 918, LaFerrari, and P1...and cars like this that shouldn't even be called cars...rather art that can be driven and raced. @Paganiautomobili is what I'm thinking about. Having seen 10 in one place and NOT in the factory, was unreal and I'm sure absolutely INSANE for anyone else. These are essentially — what one may call them— race cars, yet we see them in all these colors and styles, and most of all, we see them being driven on the road, sometimes daily as if they are JUST cars (mind you, I think that's really cool). I don't know, I just thought of it and it sank in...makes you think.