If you are not familiar the Ferrari P4/5, it’s a one-off car commissioned by American billionaire Jim Glickenhaus and designed by Pininfarina based on the Ferrari Enzo. The car is inspired by P3/4 and 412P race cars of 60s and 70s, and it’s one of the best coachbuilt Ferraris made to date. Now Jim wants a racing version of that car, and it’s getting shaped nicely!
But unlike the original P4/5 it won’t be based on the Enzo, they are building it on Ferrari F430 Scuderia’s platform with GT2 specs, because it’s an endurance racer after all. Apparently it’s going to road-legal as well, when it’s done racing. That’s why they are using the Scuderia.
Mr. Glickenhaus must be very careful not crashing it in the races he’s going to attend, after all it’s a one-off!