A long time Ferrari client, Jim was able to purchase the final Ferrari Enzo, built by Montezemolo to honor Enzo with a namesake car that was unmistakable in its F1 influence. He then sent the Enzo to Pininfarina to be rebodied, commissioning Pininfarina to design a modern take on his beloved P 3/4, which he shipped to the design house as a reference. The new car, the P 4/5, succeded in creating a modern example based on a globally adored classic. Pininfarina was now led by Sergio’s son, Andrea, whom Jim greatly admired.
When the newly christened P4/5 went public, it was considered another masterpiece, with the power of social media blasting its curvaceous Pininfarina shape across the planet. Riding this acclaim, the P 4/5 was officially accepted a Ferrari.
With this momentum Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, Jim’s automotive outfit, commissioned the P 4/5 Competizione to also be created by Pininfarina, using a road going Ferrari 488 as the platform. For Jim, the long dream of creating his own road-race vehicle was now a reality, achieving significant results at the brutal 24 Hours of the Nürburgring and other events.