TURIN – When you develop a mega-dollar supercar and plan to make just 399 examples, engineering prototypes are thin on the ground. You can count the number of Ferrari Enzo test “mules” on the fingers of one hand. Which is why, at the first scheduled-maintenance service, 20 to 30 Enzos will have their entire carbon-fiber brake system replaced. Free of charge – and without necessarily telling each owner. Brembo worker fabricates intricate strands that form carbon-ceramic brake ...

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