James Glickenhaus' Ferrari P4/5 Competizione hits the track

James Glickenhaus’ one-off, custom-made Ferrari P4/5 Competizione has become something of a can’t-miss proposition for us, so much so that anytime the whole engineering team comes out with an update, we jump at the opportunity to see how far along the track-specific supercar is coming.

A few days ago, we got the latest update on the P4/5 Competizione and as per usual, we’re wasting no time sharing all the new photos with you folks!

After months of building that features as much carbon fiber as any car we’ve seen in recent time, the P4/5 Competizione was finally unleashed out on the track for its very first test run. The supercar was driven by British Touring Car Championship driver Fabrizio Giovanardi, and as we expected, he had some pretty glowing reviews about the car. “The test was fantastic. The car is so easy to drive and all the controls light and very direct."

With meticulous preparations and a passionate desire to build the best car possible, we wouldn’t have expected anything less. Check out the photos of the Ferrari P4/5 Competizione finally getting some burn on the track.


10 comments:

I just wonder what is the top speed and other specs of this car? I will comment
on the design of this car because race car are not meant to be beautiful! And will it joined the F1?

I just wonder what is the top speed and other specs of this car? I will comment
on the design of this car because race car are not meant to be beautiful! And will it joined the F1?

why not base it of the 458? Maybe the 458 came too late in the development of the p4/5.

How stupid you must be to bring a great car like this to a Karting racetrack?

I’ve already watched the movie about the P4/5 well I should admit that I was Impressed with the performance of the car on track but unfortunately the track is too short that’s why he didn’t pushed the car to the limits or to the last gear.

this car looks exactly the same as the Ultima GT but for sure the performance of the P4-5 is way far better, plus the design is very aggressive and sporty.

I bet this kind of car must be a performer. Otherwise no one could explain why it’s so ugly lol

Why haven’t you guys painted it in red? smiley

I wish that rear spoiler had a bit of curvature to it (I’m aware that its shape serves a purpose); just doesn’t match the P4/5’s profile.

test driving a car like this is surely fun, speed, agility and accelerations are exceptional, also this car looks easy to drive thanks to the computer system installed underneath the bonet.

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