Anyone have any feeling as to what they want? Soon as I upload the video I'll do it.
Here is video of 6:47
Now, as for my suggestion
Hire Ferrari Track Day BRO @ Nurburgring GP
don't tell the hire company
It's a beautiful day in Nurburg: 23 degrees at noon and the track conditions are optimal. Just as well, you planned this for a long time coming, and even though 458s are now a staple of prestige and performance hire companies, they still don't come cheap. So you've dropped several months of savings on this trip and have scored yourself a 458. You (don't) read through the contract (because you know that it waives your indemnity if you take it on the track, and that's precisely what everybody does, and precisely what you're going to do, just like everybody else).
The downside of this plan is that you don't exactly have an optimised Track Ferrari. You have a 458 on Road Tyres, with no tyre blankets. What you can alter, however, is how much fuel you have, and what pressure your tyres are. And how much of a hero you want to be is entirely up to you. Have all the nanny assists on, or let the hair out a bit and turn them down... or just go crazy and go RACE mode, it's all at the twist of your dials.
Just don't bin it, a Ferrari is a Ferrari and the repair bill will be massive.
Hint: on default settings and road tyres you may be able to get down to a 2:14-2:15. The 458 may be very responsive but it's also not very light and carries all of the handling foibles of an MR supercar, so watch that snap oversteer on the power.