Ferrari P4/5 Competizione on track
TG negotiates entry to the track where the racing version of a bespoke Enzo is being tested
Posted: 19 Apr 2011
Maybe Mika has a screw loose, but the car certainly doesn't. It looks stunning, its unadorned carbon-fibre body sculpted in a way that matches old-school curves with contemporary aero. As the driver eases himself into it, the team fires up its 4.0-litre V8 filling the garage with a familiar-sounding ripe roar. It's a Ferrari 430 GT2 engine, smaller in capacity but otherwise identical to the one Salo successfully raced in ALMS, the FIA GT championship and at Le Mans. It settles into an impressively even beat, sweet as a nut.