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360 Challenge Stradale

360 Challenge Stradale (Italy, 2003)

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Built to join the 360 Modena360 ModenaFerrari 360 ModenaItaly, 1999 > 20055 photos
and the 360 Spider360 SpiderFerrari 360 SpiderItaly, 2000 > 20054 photos
, the Challenge Stradale was a version created by Ferrari to offer drivers the performance that only a true racing car for road use can provide. To built it the Italian make used all the experience it collected from the Ferrari Challenge International Championships and the FIA GT races.

The connection to racing can be spotted on the significant weight reduction, its engine set up, aerodynamics, braking systeam an the F1 style gearbox.

Based on the 360 Modena, only the strictly necessary equipment for performance or safety have been kept in the 360 Challenge Stradale. By focusing on materials, construction and design optimisaton, FerrariFerrariFerrariItaly, 1947 > present227 models
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technicians created a light and fast berlinetta with a very definite racing set-up.

With the Challenge Stradale, Ferrari engineers pushed the car's aerodynamic concepts. Compared to the 360 Modena it had a stiffer, lower racing set-up as well as and a 50% increased downforce.



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Engine

The Challenge Stradale had the same 90° V8 mid engine from the 360 Modena but with the maximum output boosted to 425 hp. The engine was coupled with an electro-hydraulic F1-type gearbox. Both clutch and shifting were controlled via paddles on the steering column.



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