The Ferrari Testa Rossa J Pebble Seashore Edition pays tribute to Lucybelle II, a 1958 Ferrari Testa Rossa racing automobile driven by American Ed Hugus and Ray « Ernie » Erickson in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Sporting the famous 22 racing quantity, the Pebble Seaside Edition is also the only Testa Rossa J to dress in the classic racer’s legendary Bianco Cervino with blue stripes livery. The awareness to element is unmatched as the auto also has time period-appropriate racing lights, a painted « Lucybelle II » logo on one facet, and a painted Stars and Stripes flag on the other (for each Acrofan).
But it is really not just about how it appears to be like. It also features the first steering and suspension geometry of its race-bred forefathers. Even the 12-inch wire wheels replicate the original Borrani alloy rollers of the racing car, with every wheel showcasing genuine Pirelli Cinturato tires. Within, the vehicle has classic-matching seats with pink leather (and white piping) sourced from the tanneries that provide upholstery for Ferrari’s road autos.
It also has the world’s most miniature rapid-release Nardi steering wheel (a scaled duplicate of the authentic), classic instrument dials, and a Manettino swap on the dash lifted from the Ferrari 812 Superfast. The controller is for the car’s four obtainable driving modes: Newbie, Comfort, Activity, and Race manner.