This past week, the new Ferrari 499P hypercar took to the legendary Sebring International Raceway in Florida in a run-up to the upcoming first race in the World Endurance Championship to be held at the track in the month of March. The set in Sebring was meant to improve the car's overall reliability, especially regarding both the suspension and chassis toughness.

The surface of the Sebring racetrack is made of worn concrete blocks, which have yet to be resurfaced since the 1950s. From what we understand, the test results were generally positive. With the feedback from the Ferrari racing drivers, the Ferrari 499P looks to have a successful debut for the race as Ferrari prepares to tackle the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans. We look forward to seeing how the Ferrari 499P races this season.

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