So I am at the racetrack and a earlier 1970s Lotus F1 car goes by... then a 458 goes screaming by. Hmmm, they sound exactly the same. So I start doing a little research. I see the cylinder head layouts match, valve locations, central head hold down bolts, camshaft locations, spark plug location, port alignment and even the firing order are exactly the same. It seems after 25 years of the Cosworth engine dominating F1 that when Ferrari needed a new engine for the 430 and then 458 they copied and improved the Cosworth F1 DFV engine design.. adding direct port injection, some more cubes and away they went. Once you hear it, you can't unhear it. Now when I hear those 458s all I hear are F1 cars of the DFV era. Which in reality is pretty cool.