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F50 GT (Italy, 1996)

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Based on the F50F50Ferrari F50Italy, 1995 > 199721 photos
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, Ferrari built the F50 GT to compete on the international GT racing category. Although it was developed entirely in-house by the Italian brand, the three units were built with the help of Dallara and ATR.

Compared to the road car, the most notable changes were the air intake on the roof, the different rear wing with central strut and a rear diffuser. With a same size engine as the F50, a clutch with carbon-fibre disks and a sequential gearbox, the F50 GT was substantially more powerfull than the F50.

Although the GT car clocked some very impressive speeds at Fiorano, because Ferrari was concentrating most of its energies in Formula 1, the project was never followed up.



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