Looks like it’s been a busy few days for Ferrari at the Fiorano race track. A day after a spy video was shot at Fiorano featuring the 458 Italia GT2, another one has popped up courtesy of Marchettino.
This time around, the car that was clad in the traditional black coverings looks to be a prototype model of the new Ferrari 599. Like the GT2 before it, the 599 prototype was spotted burning some rubber at Ferrari’s track in Fiorano. There are a lot of whispers going around about this particular model with some people thinking that this is a test mule for the car that will eventually succeed the 599 while others believe this car will be an updated model of the range that’s going to come with the company’s recently introduced KERS energy-recovery system.
Whatever the case may be, we’re just happy to see that Ferrari isn’t using the days leading up to Christmas doing some last-minute holiday shopping. While that’s fun and, dare we say therapeutic, nothing beats getting behind the wheel of a Ferrari 599 test mule while running it to the absolute limit at the Fiorano race track.
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