Ferrari owners are a lucky few on most days, but with the introduction of the FXX program, there became a smaller number of even luckier owners. That is, if “ownership” is the right word, because if you purchase an FXX you can’t take it home. It stays with Ferrari, who invites you to drive it on specially scheduled track days, and then gathers various performance metrics which it uses to make its cars even better. You see, FXX owners are essentially semi-official Ferrari test drivers, who provide useful data to Ferrari in return for getting to unleash one of the wildest Ferraris ever to ever roll out of Maranello on private race days. Sharing some parts and construction with the Enzo, there’s a familiar resemblance, but the FXX’s 789-horsepower V12 and incredible handling (the FXX can pull far more than one lateral G on the skidpad) are head-and-shoulders above even the Enzo’s incredible performance. Not street legal and not homologated for racing use, the only place you can truly appreciate the FXX without an invitation from Ferrari is in Forza 4.