Cars
FERRARI CHALLENGE

The car used in the Ferrari one-make series is the 488 Challenge. This is the first turbo-charged model to race and the most powerful Challenge car ever, powered by a 670 hp 3.9-litre V8 derived from the series production engine that won the International Engine of the Year Award and the Best of the Best Award, as the best engine created in the last 20 years. Ferrari Challenge is the widest ranging and most envied one-make series in the world. The series was established in 1993 and the events are FIA approved, thus ensuring very high safety standards and excellent organization. The races are usually very close, which is the main appeal of this series, but drivers also get to enjoy driving on some of the most famous tracks in the world.

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XX PROGRAMMES

The indissoluble link between Ferrari and its customers gave birth to the exclusive XX Programme, another standout feature of the Finali Mondiali. This project allows owners of these true technological laboratories to actively contribute to the development of the car and to test some of the solutions that we will see in the cars of tomorrow. Three cars are part of this activity: the FXX of 2005, the 599XX and the FXX K that, starting from the events of 2018 season, has been equipped with the brand new Evo kit able to generate up to 1050 horsepower thanks to the hybrid engine.

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F1 CLIENTI

Some of the most beautiful and significant Prancing Horse already racing on tracks around the world, will be back on Monza track, the last temple of speed for European motorsport with high speed corners up to 350 km/h and legendary turns as the Lesmos and the Parabolica. During the Finali Mondiali fans will have a chance to admire about 20 of the most important Ferraris of the three decades from 1990 to 2010.

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COMPETIZIONI GT

The GTE and GT3 versions of the 488 made their debut in 2016. These cars are built exclusively for competitions. They are fitted with a powerful and reliable turbo engine, the latest generation technology and innovations to provide unequalled levels of drivability. The GTE has twice won the WEC World Constructors’ Championship and in 2017 also helped Alessandro Pier Guidi and James Calado to the drivers’ title. That season it took the winners’ laurels in five WEC races, three with Pier Guidi and Calado in car no. 51, and two with no. 71 driven by Davide Rigon and Sam Bird. The GT3 version has twice won the IMSA championship in GTD class in the US, triumphing at the 12 Hours of Sebring on its debut. In 2017, it was first in the 12 Hours of Bathurst, the Gulf 12 Hours, the Asian Le Mans Series and several races in the Blancpain Championships. In 2018 the car won two titles in the PWC championship. The 488 GT3 also returned Ferrari to the top step of the podium in a race on the legendary Nordschleife, the Nürburgring long track, in the VLN championship.

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The cars of the Ferrari range currently in production represent the best combination of technology, performance, style and driving pleasure. Technical solutions, often directly derived from the competitive racing we see at the Finali Mondiali, make Maranello’s models a benchmark for the car industry. Ferrari customers and fans will have a close-up view of the Prancing Horse’s 8 and 12 cylinder cars, from the brand new Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2, to the Ferrari 488 Pista and 488 Pista Spider.

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