If the Ferrari FF hasn't quite caught the imagination of supercar enthusiasts, it's not been for lack of performance. To burnish those credentials, Ferrari set a former world rally champion loose with an FF on a Swedish winter test. Why they brought the symphony escapes me.If you were to poll the auto media's sauce-stained wretches, a twelve-cylinder, four-wheel-drive wagon would top the list of most desired body types. Yet the FF comes off odd at just a few angles -- enough to wonder whether the modern Breadvan will be a classic or an oddity. Markku Alen's driving on the Arjeplog track in Sweden shows the FF could be a hearty winter performer. Maybe a Ferrari FF rally team could really warm things up.