Ferrari opted not to race the Enzo, but instead developed a racing version for Maserati. The MC12 dominated the FIA GT1 championship, and resulted in a small run of 50 homologated versions. The road-going MC12 packed a 620-horsepower 6.0-liter V12 into a targa-topped body in Maserati colors. It ruled the Top Gear
leaderboard for a time, could reach 62 mph from a standstill in less than four seconds and top out at over 200 mph. But awesome as it was (despite its awkward styling), the MC12 was essentially a Ferrari with a Maserati badge on the nose – which in this case turned out to be no bad thing at all. Now Maserati could get its own LaFerrari, too.