In the 2002 season, Schumacher had the championship clinched after the 11th of 17 races, and won by the biggest points margin the sport had ever seen. That is, until Vettel’s 2011 season. Of course, what makes Ferrari so great is how much of its motorsport expertise makes it to its road cars. It was these homologation efforts which first made that combination of letters that is "GTO" so very special to every gearhead in the world. Today, Ferrari doesn’t build homologation sports cars, but that doesn’t mean it doesn't sell track-ready but street-legal cars. At the moment, it sells the 458 Challenge, which is the spiritual successor to the F430 Scuderia.