Twenty-One Ferrari FXX K Racecars Screaming on Mugello Circuit

We've talked about Ferrari's Corse Clienti (customer racing) program on many occasions, but nothing can prepare you for the experience you get when a ton of FXX K racecars take over a track.
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Well, we're here to give you that kind of experience, with the footage at the bottom of the page showing the Mugello circuit being occupied by multiple examples of the LaFerrari's racing incarnation, with these being captured on two separate occasions.

Here's 19Bozzy92, the supercar spotter who brought us the footage, explaining his catch: "I saw them [the FXX Ks] during two different events: the Ferrari World Finals of last November and a few days ago during a Ferrari XX Programme event. Precisely during the Wolrd Finals there were 14 of them (numbers 10, 13, 21, 23, 27, 44, 46, 47, 52, 61, 69, 72, 75, 88) and 18 during the XX Programme event (3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 13, 21, 23, 27, 46, 47, 52, 55, 61, 75, 81, 98, 99) which means 22 different cars. I was able to record them all except for the number 6."

The fleet of gas-electric hybrids determines us to focus on the suck-squeeze-bang-blow part of the adventure, as the V12 engines delivered the purest Maranello screams while flying from one vibrator to another.

Then again, you know us - we're overly greedy when it comes to such pieces of rolling engineering. Since you can already get yourself a road-legal McLaren P1 GTR (we've shown you the first example spotted in the wild), we can't wait for the day when the FXX K will get a street-legal conversion.

Stating that Ferrari is more conservative than McLaren, especially when it comes to such matters, would be an understatement. However, since we have seen an FXX, which is the Corse Clienti incarnation of the Enzo, going down this route, our expectations are high.

For one thing, the competition coming from Woking's similar program is one of the factors that has determined the Prancing Horse to become less restrictive with the FXX K. As we wrote last year, Ferrari left behind the practice that saw it forcing customers to let it hold their racecars and only allow them to drive them at manufacturer-organized events. Until we get to see the FXX K hitting the streets, though, we're inviting you to hit the "play" button below.

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