No skipad, no slalom, no braking test, just an acceleration test (on a downhill stretch of tarmac) and a lap time on Ferrari’s own track (so no way to compare it to the P1 and 918). Weak sauce.

Lago’s take-away at the end: Although the test numbers remain murky and Ferrari’s refusal to let customers have third parties test their cars is disappointing, in terms of feedback, accessibility, and excitement, the LaFerrari is the best car I’ve ever driven.

So there’s that.

http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/exot…