The Daytona SP3 exists fairly obviously to make Ferrari money, and with all 599 units pre-sold at a base price of £1.7 million. But its other purpose is to remind the world that, for the first time in 50 years, Ferrari is going sports-car racing as a factory team. There’s no guarantee that the new LMH prototype racer will compete at Daytona next year or thereafter, because the race doesn’t form part of the World Endurance Championship that Ferrari has entered. Owners may want to remember that when they realise that their SP3 Daytona is no faster than a Ferrari 296 GTB, despite being, ahem, seven times more expensive, it . . .