Remember the simpler times when rowing through a Ferrari's gears was the pinnacle?
In this technology age, it’s easy to forget some of the things that really matter in life. Back before computers dictated every aspect of a car’s performance, going for a drive involved nothing more than the driver and the raw mechanical bits of car. That’s not to say that the screaming Ferrari 360 Modena is a car without silicon intervention, but it is one of the last Ferraris to be driven by a manual gearbox and, therefore, feature an organic driving adventure.
See driver Davide Cironi drive this Ferrari through a winding road in a manner that is sure to have Enzo Ferrari smiling from up above.