Back in 2003, we put more than 1500 miles in what once was the greatest Ferrari ever.
This story was originally published in the July 2003 issue of Road & Track.
Extraordinary places bring together extraordinary events. The Bonneville Salt Flats was a lake that covered one-third of the state if Utah some 15,000 years ago. Now it is a vast plain against the backdrop of mountains that spans 30,000 acres, covered with a snow-white, hard-packed crust of salt. It is a setting best described as an alien world that has seen many land speed records set by the likes of Sir Malcolm Campbell, Craig Breedlove and Gary Gabelich's rocket car, the "Blue Flame."
Today, with the wind gusts almost finishing their yearly task of drying ... (continue reading)