One thing that strikes me in this image is how much volume in the car is taken up by the driver. With the cockpit side pads removed, we can see the size of the tub - something that's normally disguised by the cockpit sides and the driver's helmet.
The image is a really good demonstration of how small F1 cars really are. Sure, they're long and quite wide across the axles but the shrink-fit bodywork of modern cars is really shown here. Whenever I've stood next to a Formula 1 car I'm always struck by how small they really are. Same goes for LMP1 cars when you see them overtaking a Porsche 911. The 911 looks big next the LMP1 and we know the 911 isn't huge in reality.
Anyway, this is slightly offtopic but I wanted to point out that the image is useful for things other than just looking at the Ferrari.
Turbo says "Dumpster sounds so much more classy. It's the diamond of the cesspools."