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The Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Sports Car

The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Modena Challenge sports car was, like the Challenge Stradale, based on the 360 Modena but, in this case, it was not a legal road-going car. Instead, it was a modified racer that was designed to compete in the single marque Ferrari Challenge Series as did its predecessors, the Ferrari 348 and 355 Challenge variants. Powered by a 3.6 litre, V8 engine, the 360 Modena Challenge developed 410 bhp at 8500 rpm, and 286 ft/lbs of torque at 4750 rpm, and produced a top speed of 185 mph, with a 0-62 mph time of 3.9 secs. Originally priced at $175,000, the 360MC (its alternative designation) was fitted with larger, lightweight Brembo carbon composite vented disc brakes all round, with extra cooling ducts, and linked to a race-tuned ABS system that was electronically controlled using Bosch ASR anti-lock and traction control.

The Ferrari 360 GT Sports Car

The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Ferrari Challenge sports car and single marque race Series was first established in 1993, and was aimed specifically at amateur drivers. The first car produced with this Series in mind was the 348 Challenge racer of 1994. With the introduction of the 355 Series that same year, the 355 Challenge sports car was launched in 1996 to build upon the success of the 348 Challenge variant. Finally, in 1999, the 360 Challenge Stradale took the original concept of the Ferrari Challenge to the final level for a road-going day racer.

The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale Sports Car

The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Challenge Stradale sports car was introduced by Ferrari in 1999, alongside the launch of the 360 Modena and Spider. The Stradale was the highest performing, road-going variant in the 360 Series. It was the successor to the 355 Challenge sports car whose development reached a peak in 1998 with the Evolution variant, which was an almost complete factory assembled race car. The 360 Challenge was based on the 360 Modena, and was a limited edition racer that was designed by Ferrari to spend 20% of its time as a track day racer, and the remaining 80 % as a road-going sports car.

The Ferrari 360 Spider Sports Car

The Ferrari 360 Spider – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Ferrari 360 Spider sports car of 1999-2005 was regarded by many as the finest convertible produced by the company up to that time. In order to counter the loss of rigidity caused by removing the roof of the 360 coupe, Ferrari strengthened the sills, the front of the floorpan, the rear bulkheads, the sides of the car, and cross bracing in front of the engine, together with redesigning the frame of the windscreen. With all these additions, the 360 Spider was only 60 kg heavier than the Modena variant, owing to the extensive use of aluminium in the body panels and chassis. There was a glass cover over the engine so that it could be easily seen.

The Ferrari 360 Modena Sports Car

The Ferrari 360 Modena – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The 360 Modena sports car was introduced by Ferrari in 1999, and named the car after the town in which the company’s founder was born. With a launch price of $140,000, the 360 replaced the successful 355 Series, and consisted of the two seater Modena Berlinetta coupe, the Spider convertible, and the Challenge variant. Unlike the 355 which was fitted with a steel chassis, the 360 featured a new, slightly larger, aluminium space frame chassis, which benefited from the fact that it was up to 40% stronger, and yet was still some 100 kg, or 25%, lighter.

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