The car has completed two days of testing at Ferrari’s Fiorano race track.
Ferrari’s campaign to return to Le Mans is far from over. The Prancing Horse has less than a year to get its race car in shape, and development is now fully underway. Last week, Ferrari took the LMH racer to Fiorano for its initial shakedown and to begin the car’s development program. The automaker captured the car’s first outing on video and shared it with the world.
The highly stylized clip features a lot more emotion than last week’s spy video that captured the car on the track. The car underwent two days of testing, and Ferrari has already planned for additional track time. The video shows Ferrari continuing to hide the LMH race car under a tight-fitting camouflage wrap, and the quick edits make it challenging to focus on specific design aspects.