Ferrari F430 GT 2013

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Powered up Ferrari F430 GT, built by Dream Racing. with the famous number 27!
Under the hood, the 4.3-liter V8 puts down 512 horsepower.
With an F1-style paddle-shift gearbox, the Ferrari can rocket from zero to 60 mph in less than three seconds, on its way to a top speed of over 200 mph.
Aerodynamics and track suspension, 19-inch racing slick tires, and heavy duty brakes.


The engine features upgrades you will not find on the road-going street legal Ferrari F430. An optimized air intake, a different exhaust system as well as a racing ECU contribute to provide more power and faster response to the accelerator.

The Racing Dashboard
The dashboard, unlike most road cars, is completely digital. The display layout is designed to maximize readability of the most important information for the driver. If necessary, it’s capable of displaying the most detailed information such as data acquisition and G-Forces, by scrolling the pages from a button located on the steering wheel.

Racing 'Slick' Tires
Unlike common road tires, you will not find any tread on racing tires in order to maximize the rubber surface to the asphalt. The difference doesn't stop there, racing tires are made of a much softer compound. The tires are built for performance rather than longevity; resulting in a superior grip ability over road tires.

The Brakes
The specially constructed larger brake rotors of 350 mm in the front and 340 mm in the back with combined 6 pistons calipers and soft compound breaking pads make the brakes of the racing Ferrari F430 GT much more powerful and consistent for the heavy duty they’re built for. You'll experience incredible braking capabilities driving this car.

Rear Wing
The rear wing channels air coming over the top of the car upwards to create down force. The air pushes the rear of the car down allowing for more grip under high speed cornering and acceleration.

Rear Diffuser
The rear diffuser is an air channeling device made of light weight carbon fiber. This device changes the air flow from under the car, creating a suction like affect pulling the car to the ground. This effect increases the down force without compromising the aerodynamics of the car.

Front Splitter
The splitter acts like a front wing and diffuser at the same time. It creates down force by slowing the air on top of the splitter and pushing the front of the car down. Underneath the splitter the surface is very smooth allowing the air to move faster and improving the overall aerodynamics.

Roll Cage
In conjunction with the racing seat and belts, the roll cage increases the safety level of the racing Ferrari F430 GT at an incomparable level, over road cars. It also improves handling by strengthening the chassis and reducing the torsion of the car.The result is a more efficient and faster car to handle when cornering.

Racing Suspension
The suspension offers many performance enhancements over normal road cars. The most noticeable are the stiffer springs, shock absorbers and the racing anti roll bars. Also, you will notice a lower ride height and an overall 6 inch wider front width. All of this works together to significantly improve the handling of the car, not just during cornering, but while braking and accelerating as well.

Source: Dream Racing Press

Model: F430
Year: 2013
Engine: 4.3L V8
0-60 Time: 3.000
Power: 512 HP




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United States
I'm saying this car looks a lot like the car in the link I posted.


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United Kingdom
Just saying, I see noticeable differences. I think all racecars serving a similar purpose are somewhat formulaic in design/appearance.
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