This is a track-day car with a difference. It's the Maserati MC12 Versione Corse. Based on the highly successful MC12 GT1, its 6.0-liter V12 engine actually has more horsepower (755 bhp at 8000 rpm as opposed to 600), a better power-to-weight ratio, a Cambiocorsa electro-actuated gearbox (the racecar has a manual sequential), and two seats instead of one. With peak torque of 523 lb-ft at 6000 rpm, it warps to 120 mph in under 6.4 seconds. We may have to say that again: 120 mph in under 6.4 seconds. We're still giggling and shivering with fright at the same time. Oh, and top speed is 202.6 mph. It's virtually all carbon fiber, comes in Blue Victory (unless the customer specifies otherwise), it's not road legal, and only 12 will be made. This kind of hardware and exclusivity obviously doesn't come cheap: one million euros (roughly $1,315,843). And there's even an options list: manually adjustable shocks, data acquisition and annual technical upgrades. We might get two.