Ferrari P4/5 and P4/5 Competizione could be joined by a new Le Mans Prototype.
If you're a diehard Ferrari fan, you may recognize the name James Glickenhaus. The American investment banker and former movie director is perhaps best known for his car collection that includes a handful of extremely rare Prancing Horse racing cars, but also a couple of unique, custom-made Ferraris as well. After having Pininfarina turn an Enzo into the one-off Ferrari P4/5, he had a racing version made based on a 430 Scuderia. Now reports indicate that Glickenhaus has his eye on Le Mans, and is developing a unique prototype for the occasion.
Pictured in these renderings reportedly provided by Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, the car would comply with the top-tier LMP1 regulations in which the latest Audi R18 and Toyota TS030 compete for top honors. It's a racing class that has eaten up and spit out the likes of Peugeot and Aston Martin, but Glickenhaus apparently thinks he can make a go of it. We'll be glad to watch him try, and hopefully succeed.