I don't think this is what is happening to his car thank God.
Although he did not have Check engine lights come on I think his engine went into limp mode for a short period of time. Mine did this occasionally in the beginning then it went away.
GP this is an odd question but was your car full of gas or was it almost empty?
+1 : I agree. This is not a panic thing. Would be nice to run a report on it...but thinking there can be several things. Would like to know what you did few days prior to this, and what differently you did, like NL mentions, in gas etc. Did you store it differently, did it get a proper warmup to 'burn out those cob webs' and properly get the ECUs in order.
I think the really cool [and heart in your throat thing that always makes these cars a 'challenge' if not trepidation] is you KNOW when the note is off, you can FEEL the diffenece even, if, so slight. You KNOW when there is an 'extra' clang, noise etc.
Ferrari: The drivers car....never a dull moment.
I'd take to a mech. This may be something down the road, but NOT uncommon to see the exhaust sensors go toastie on these, not at all, and when they do, or intermitant, you can get these sort of responses...come to think, the intake
Might check the connectors, and the wiring. I wouldn't worry about it. EVEN if the CELs went on, it would just be an indicator, better and welcomed, to indicate the area.
My 348 [Mondial T] which I have at work today, is just fine...but always listening. Just got it back this weekend, with rebuild front Bilstein shocks, and one replaced. Ya', go figure, Brian never saw a cracked/busted shock in his entire carreer but I GOT one...point being...stuff happens, but just, hopefully a bump in the night.
check it out...sure it's going to be ok.