Being an engineer and fond of fixing vehicles it looks to me like the rear end not only has excessive positive camber, it also appears to have a huge amount of toe in!
This is just a wild guess, but perhaps the positive camber is there to increase the contact patch of the tire as the the rear suspension compresses during acceleration? The new turbo motors, after all, do produce quite a bit more torque than the old V-8s.
On a side note, the 2014 Ferrari is unspeakably hideous. It's by far the ugliest car in the pits! I might have to reconsider my stance as a fan of the Scuderia. I am refraining from posting pics of it, as I don't want people vomiting on their keyboards
F1 suspensions are super stiff to cope with the downforce. I doubt they'd deflectb so much under acceleration as to need this kind of camber. I recall reading that most of an F1 suspension deflection actually comes from tire flex.
As for ferrari, at least red does not attract attention does it???