I also have Ferrari F355. Have a cheap wheel for it too that I bought for about $10 new when the Ames department store chain was going under a decade or so ago. Also bought the PS2 port with the extra track a few years ago but I haven't gotten around to it yet or seen how well it works (Or if it even does) with my Logitech wheel that I use with my PS2 & PS3 (Also bought the PS2 port of Test Drive LeMans which i think also had an exclusive racetrack added to it after loving that Dreamcast game).
That's still my setup.
Xbox 360 & Playstation 3 are connected to a HD display to be joined eventually by a Wii U, PS4, Xbox 720, and a PC (And a receiver, I'm still stuck in the 1980's there with just the standard stereo speakers built into the HDTV).
Hooked up to a five year old or so Trinitron is everything I have from the Atari 2600 (Modified for S-Video output) up to the Nintendo Wii via component and everything I have in-between like the Xbox. All of which are either connected and ready to go or sitting there unhooked and capable of easily being connected in a minute or two. All with the highest quality video connection method they originally supported in North America (I haven't investigated the world of European RGB yet like a few North American classic gamers have) and with several of the oldest ones modified for S-Video output for higher quality than they were originally capable of (My Atari 2600, Atari 5200, and Atari 7800 are all modified for composite & S-Video output). I think only my Intellivision and Odyssey 2 are still using old fashioned low quality RF. And of course the Vectrex has its own built in vector monitor like many late 1970's and early 1980's arcade classics like Battlezone and Asteroids used.
Also I have hooked up to a a small 10" or so B&W tv from the early 1980's a non modified Atari 2600 hooked up via an F type connector and then a coaxial to VHF screw adapter to avoid using a traditional tv/game switchbox (B&W is how I originally played the 2600 and still enjoy playing it that way from time to time). And then of course is my Dreamcast connected to the 24" CRT monitor with a VGA adapter along with my PC (I haven't moved into the widescreen flatscreen era yet for the computer world, partly because of space and wanting to keep this around since the Dreamcast looks beautiful on it and I don't want to introduce scaling into the picture and possibly degrade my PQ).
Always meant to hook up my Xbox 360 to that old B&W tv and take a picture and post it in the setups thread here for a laugh but never got around to it.