The production model has already been revealed, but Ferrari is keen to set a time at the famous circuit
LaFerrari has been spotted testing at the Nurburgring
Both McLaren's P1 and Porsche's 918 have previously set benchmark times at the 'Ring
LaFerrari is the replacement for Ferrari's ageing Enzo
Both the P1 and LaFerrari have power outputs of over 900bhp
Ferrari is charging over £1m to potential customers for the car
The Ferrari uses a normally aspirated 6.3-litre V12 engine
Ferrari claims a 0-186mph time of 15.5 seconds
The Ferrari is around 110mm longer than the P1 at 4702mm
LaFerrari claims a relatively radical 59 per cent rearward weight bias
The driving position is similar to that of a single-seat racer
The LaFerrari will use a 6.3-litre V12 and two electric motors
A top speed has not been revealed - though it's be near to the P1's 218mph
The production version was unveiled in full at the Geneva motor show
Reaction to the concept was positive
A development version of the LaFerrari has been spotted performance testing at the Nurburgring.
Although the full production model of the car has already been revealed, Ferrari is reportedly gauging its performance on the famous German circuit, which has already seen the likes of McLaren's P1 and Porsche's 918 lay down times.
The replacement for the Enzo supercar, which was revealed in full at the Geneva motor show, is claimed to embody Ferrari's technical knowledge, design capabilities and brand virtues.
Originally codenamed F150, the new supercar uses a 6.3-litre V12 and a pair of electric motors to deliver a combined 950bhp and 715lb ft.
With a dry weight of 1255kg, the LaFerrari is claimed to be capable of 0-62mph in less than three seconds; more impressively, 0-186mph is stated to take just 15.5sec.
The LaFerrari's top speed is currently unknown, however, with Ferrari refusing to quote a figure because "it simply doesn't matter".
A prototype has also previously been spotted undergoing testing near Ferrari's Maranello headquarters.
For more on the LaFerrari, click here.