when I first saw this racecar, it was physically intimidating. it felt like looking at an rare animal at a zoo. I didn't want to get too close or make a loud sound. Knowing what it takes for a driver to control this monster, equal to that of an astronaut.  
It added a layer of respect on top.
when you stand up close, it doesn't feel like a luxury car. Those are elegant and fragile. This was different. , it looked like an art piece. An overall solid Ferrari, modified and molded to withstand the absolute limits of the car and the driver.
 Every second counts in a race that adapts to any and all obstacles. These cars aren't just designed to go fast; they're engineered to endure the punishing demands of endurance racing.
these cars are built to last, capable of running for hours on end without missing a beat. They're subjected to rigorous testing and development, ensuring that they can withstand the punishing demands of endurance racing without skipping a beat.
Aerodynamics play a crucial role in the success of an endurance race. One task is to create downforce, which translates to grip for the tires through turns. The other is somewhat the opposite, reducing drag in a straight line. These elements together make for a machine capable of enduring the hardest of challenges.

But without the controls to every piece of this mechanical mastery, there is nothing.
The array of buttons span from the steering wheel to the passenger door. Every one controlling something special like a spaceship, these are all things drivers have to manage in an endurance race. compartmentalized and calm, the cockpit is simply a seat, steering wheel and control panel. 
All business. 
Back to Top