Imagine having a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and a Pagani Hauyra at your disposal, and also an empty race track all to yourself. Pretty awesome, right? Well, absolutely. But while it’s just a dream for most people, Sport Auto’s test driver Christian Gebhardt calls it a normal workday. He recently got to drive both supercars at the Autodromo di Modena. You can watch on-board footage of the action after the jump.
Just to recap, the F12 Berlinetta is powered by a naturally aspirated V12 engine rated at 740 horsepower and maximum torque of 690 Nm, with a 8,700 rpm redline. The body and chassis are made from aluminum and different types of materials and technologies, many of which originated in the aeronautical industry.
The Huayra is a V12 too, but it’s a turbocharged unit made by AMG, developing 700 horsepower and 1000 Nm of torque. This car is exquisitely made from carbon fiber and other exotic materials such as titanium, so it is incredibility light and rigid. That is why it’s three times more expensive than the Ferrari.