Most of us will never drive a Ferrari race car, and even fewer will pilot a historic Maranello racer. With prices in seven or eight figure region, storming around in something like a 250 GTO or a 512M is the stuff of dreams. Or at least it was.
This is the Ferrari Testa Rossa J, a mini racer based on the Le Mans-winning 250 Testa Rossa, built by the Little Car Company, the same people who gave us the Baby Bugatti II. Instead of a V12 it has an electric motor, so sadly it’s not as loud, but it does cost around £100,000, or about 99 per cent less than the real deal. We had to find out what it was like.