- Commissioned in 2015, the P80/C is the first Ferrari one-off track car.
- It’s based on the 488GT3 but adheres to no racing regulations.
- A collector, reportedly in the Hong Kong region, is about to become very happy.
Fun fact: Dropping millions on this Ferrari P80/C bought one collector access to the company’s secret design studio and its board of directors for four years, plus a complimentary short film produced by the dealership. Such handholding by the supercar overlords in Maranello, and the customer’s delight in making them bow, could actually be more powerful than the car itself.
The money talks underneath a 488GT3 race-car chassis, where the design and engineering team had freedom from otherwise tight FIA restriction. Ferrari says it’s the first dedicated track car it has ever created as a one-off, although the P80/C does not reach the same extremes as the FXX K. What it offers, however, is the right to stay in this owner’s garage somewhere in Hong Kong.