360 Challenge Stradale
The most sensible choice is the only Challenge Car to offer A/C and an audio system. Door panels and most of the interior are carbon fiber, and the engine boasts a higher compression ration than the 360 Modena. Only 200 cars were produced, mainly due to the exotic materials involved. Carbon ceramic brakes were still new technology, and instead of steel springs at each corner Ferrari used titanium. Being 3 seconds faster around the Fiorano race track, it left the Modena in the dust.
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Next in the series was the F430 Challenge. Using the same production engine as the F430 production model, every other component was aimed at dominating the competition. As a purpose-built race car, stability control was eliminated and the electronic differential was swapped for a mechanical unit. The F1 single clutch automatic was revised with closer ratios, and the differential ratio was shortened. Using Lexan instead of glass, F430 Challenge is over 650 lbs lighter than the production car.
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As the state of the art in the Ferrari Challenge, the 458 Challenge Evo makes 570 hp and 398 lb-ft of torque. Lower and wider than the production car, the front splitter is not kind to street driving. The approach ramp to our building was poured with supercars in mind, but the aggressive aerodynamics of the race car required improvisation to reach the showroom. Unlike its predecessor, it combines the stability and traction control systems into the manettino on the steering wheel.
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We know a 488 Challenge has just been unveiled, but they have yet to hit the market. With limited production of these models, there will always be a demand for factory-built race cars. Modifying your street car is a surefire way to destroy its resale value, so consider a Challenge for your next track car. As always, we don't advocate driving race cars on the street, but its only illegal if they can catch you.