Chris Harris Shows Us Just How Different A Ferrari TDF Is From An F12

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Improving on perfection is tough, but Ferrari pulled it off.

As Chris Harris has so candidly mentioned, he's spent more time behind the wheel of the Ferrari F12 than almost any other journalist (and human for that matter). His verdict? It’s just shy of perfect, but of course Ferrari isn’t known for building something great and stopping there. It has to push the limit further and did so by building the truly bonkers F12tdf. Given Harris’ previous positive insights on the F12, Ferrari of course invited him back to the track and put him behind the wheel of the car to see if he still feels the same way.

If you don’t know what the differences between the two cars are, let Harris tell you himself before the tread on his rear tires runs out.

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