As far as the road car side of the business is concerned, my answer would be: I wouldn’t change very much at all.

The road cars they are producing at Maranello nowadays are out of the very top drawer, right the way across the range. I can’t actually think of a single Ferrari on sale in 2014 – from FF to 458 Speciale to LaFerrari – that isn’t the best in the business, in fact.

The products themselves are peerless, just as Ferraris should be (but haven’t always been in the past).

I also wouldn’t alter the 'less is more' philosophy that Luca di Montezemolo has pursued to great effect in recent years. The idea of selling less cars for more profit, thereby enhancing the allure and value of the brand was a bold and decisive move on LDM’s behalf. But it was also a stroke of genius, I believe.