Sports Car or race car? To us, there's no difference. Because the very first
We have always been involved in motor sports. Not because we had to. But because we couldn't have done anything else. Not to achieve fame. But to continuously expand our experience at the limit. Not for self-affirmation. But to continuously challenge ourselves. And not for prestige. But as a matter of principle.
To get a step closer to the ideal race car – our drivers and engineers continuously strive to make Ferry
Giving everything. Mobilising untapped reserves. Winning and already looking ahead to the next challenge from the winner's podium. Starting from scratch again. For us, this is the key to creating something great. To moving forward. To conquering new territory. This is the principle that has guided
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