2001 Ferrari 360 Challenge Factory Race Car Price: $85,000 Call: Tom FitzGerald 315-729-4070 for more info.
Yellow with black trim and red OMP seats. F1 sequential type gearbox. 360 GT front bumper and rear spoiler. This 360 Challenge was originally campaigned in the Ferrari Challenge Race Series by Doug Peterson and American Speed Factory supported by Shelton Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale.
According to Ferrari North America this 360 is the winning-est challenge car in history. It is featured in the 2002 and 2003 Ferrari year books with a full and double page spread respectively.
The vehicle has never had any major crash damage. The paint is in very good shape with a minor scuff on the right rear bumper from getting a slight rub last time out. The driver and passenger seats are in good shape although not perfect. The dash in also in good shape with no rips or tears. The car has been serviced by Speedworks of Orlando Florida for the last 2 years. It has had the clutch replaced and the transmission serviced during that period. The front splitter was recently replaced with a new one (carbon fiber? )
360 Modena Challenge History Based on the 360 Modena road car, the 360MC (Modena Challenge) was an extensively reworked, non road legal car intended to compete in Ferrari’s one-make racing series called the ‘Ferrari Challenge’. It was only available with the F1 gearbox. At the time of launch, Ferrari claimed the 360MC accelerated from 0 to 62 mph in 3.9 seconds (0.6 secs quicker than the standard 360 Modena F1) and could corner and brake significantly faster than the road car. The 360MC featured a stripped-down race-car interior with the stereo, electric windows and locks, soundproofing, airbags, air-conditioning, and even the handbrake removed. The seats and restraints were replaced by a single carbon fiber racing seat and FIA approved restraint harnesses, and a roll cage was fitted for safety along with a fire suppression system. The instrument cluster was reworked with a monochrome LCD to display vital engine data. The adaptive suspension of the road car was replaced by adjustable racing dampers, while larger brakes with extra cooling ducts were added.
Official Performance figures Power (SAE net) : 410 bhp (306 kW; 416 PS) @ 8500 rpm
Torque (SAE net) : 286 lb·ft (388 N·m) @ 4750 rpm
0–100 km/h (0-62 mph) : 3.9 sec
Top speed (limited) : 185 mph (298 km/h)
Kerb Weight : 1,250 kg (2,756 lb)
Dry Weight : 1,169 kg (2,577 lb)