If you are looking for performance data on Ferrari cars, then you really need to check out Performance Car Stats. They collate hundreds of sets of statistics from official roadtests carried out by leading car magazines of the time. This makes the site uniquely accurate, because it only looks at verifiable data.
For example, did you know that the fastest Ferrari is the Enzo, which was clocked at 218 mph by Autocar in 2003? But it’s not the fastest from 0–60. That honour lies with the F12 Berlinetta, which achieved 0–60 in just 3 seconds in another Autotest roadtest in 2013, 0.3 seconds faster than the Enzo ten years earlier. The F12 Berlinetta also beat the Enzo from 0–100, taking just 6.5 seconds to the Enzo’s 6.7. Not much difference, perhaps, but ‘nearly’s as good a mile’, as they say. The F12 Berlinetta’s top speed was 213 mph, so only 5 mph less than the Enzo, and it also achieved the fastest time between 0 and 150 mph, at 13.8 seconds.
So for more information and statistics about the performance of Ferraris, check out the website at http://performancecarstats.co.uk/performance-stats/ferrari/, or contact Performance Car Stats via Facebook on https://www.facebook.com/performancecarstats.