There was a unanimously positive reaction among the motorsport press at the unveiling ceremony. Ferrari's first ever supersportscar to be powered by a hybrid engine can produce up to 963 hp, not only making it the Italians' most powerful car, but also putting it way ahead of the competition in terms of design. This Carrera battle of the giants in yellow and red will allow the drivers to show who's the fastest jockey in the stable. The LaFerrari is the only car in its class with a parallel hybrid engine without an external recharging option. On electricity alone it can only manage 5 km/h. What makes it so electrifying is that this powerboost optimises the whole power output of the 6.3-litre engine. Surplus energy from petrol combustion power is stored as electricity via the generator. This soaks up the extreme braking on the 6.3-metre double bend immediately. The question is, which driver can exploit these technical advances to his benefit?