Few automakers can match the cachet of Ferrari in endurance racing. Despite 50 years having passed since Maranello's last top-tier works entry at Le Mans, the allure of the French track is irresistible, and Ferrari will be returning to the highest level of competition with the 499P. To mark the occasion, Ferrari has released Endurance, a radical book detailing the firm's history in endurance racing. Like their cars, Endurance is unique — bound in riveted aluminum, like vintage race cars, and encased in a carbon fiber case with NACA duct, a nod to modern racing tech. The book runs 312 pages in homage to the 312P, the race car that dominated endurance events in 1972. 99 copies will be printed.