"You can't compare this car: it's the top under every point of view. The highest point ever reached in terms of Ferrari technology and design".
That's what Ferrari's Technical Director Roberto Fedeli had to say about the upcoming Ferrari Enzo Successor, which can only raise our excitement for the presentation of the new KERS equipped hypercar later this month.
In the meantime, new details have emerged suggesting that the car will be inspired by the 1963 Ferrari 250 LM. If we'd like to go a little bit further, the 250 LM was the last Ferrari to take an overall victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1965. Which leaves us wondering if Ferrari is planning to return to Le Mans with an LMP1 version based on the "F150" knowing that the most successful team in the race's history, Porsche, is already preparing a factory backed LMP1 effort for the 2014 edition...