The first modern supercar that was essentially an F1 machine with a licence plate was the Ferrari F50 in 1995. Fast forward 18 years, and you get to the Zonda Revolucion, which could eat that stallion for breakfast. But it won't get a plate.
Before you would start wondering about the track-only Zonda R or Lewis Hamilton's 760 hp ride, let me stop you. This has 748 hp per tonne. The central monocoque is carbon-titanium, and the whole car weighs only 2,358 pounds while the engine is the Zonda R's upgraded 6.0-liter V12 developing 800 horses and 538 foot-pounds.