Ah yes, Ferrari's road legal F1 carThey gave it inboard suspension (like an F1 car) they removed all the rubber bits from the suspension, and gave it an F1 type damping system that was semi-adjustable and computer controlled, like an F1 car. The engine has five valves per cylinder (I don't know why that didn't catch on in performance cars) and is of small displacement, only taking up 4.7 liters and based on the engine from the 641 F1 car. It has aerodynamics like an F1 car, with a fan up front replacing a huge splitter and a massive wing in the rear. The engine is part of the chassis, which itself is a carbon tub from the 641 F1 car, and all of it's body components are of carbon fiber. Although she doesn't have a paddle-shift, the manual is just like the one used in earlier F1 cars, and the brakes, while not being carbon ceramic, are still race grade. And finally, the performance. Although top speed was somewhat slow, around 203 (the highest Car & Driver got was 194 MPH), 0-60 was acomplished very fast in 3.7 seconds and the 1/4 in 10.7 according to Motor Trend.