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2003 FERRARI 360 Challenge Stradale

Rosso Scuderia with Blu Scuro


  • Description
  • Specification

The 360 Challenge Stradale is a track focused road car that was conceived by Ferrari and derived from their success in the FIA GT race series and Ferrari Challenge International Championships.

Only 1,288 examples were ever produced worldwide and this car is 1 of just 119 UK right-hand drive cars.

The concept was to produce a road legal motorcar with track performance capabilities by concentrating on handling, braking and weight reduction, which are essential in pure racing cars. Major upgrades from the standard 360 included carbon ceramic brakes, track-tuned suspension, weight reduction and power improvement via revised gearbox software.

Ferrari engineers designed the Challenge Stradale from the outset with the goal of it being used for both road and track, 20% track day use and 80% road use, hence the denomination ‘Challenge Stradale’ (Challenge Street).

This particular examples was specified new with factory options and features that include carbon fibre racing seats, 4-point safety harness belts, Blu Scuro leather to roll bar, dashboard, steering wheel and headlining, special stitching to seats in Rosso, Handly fire extinguisher and tricolore racing stripe.

Benefits from of a complete documented service history from new and presented in superb condition throughout. Offered complete with all of its original books including the service/warranty supplement, its leather pouch, spare key, tool case, tyre inflator, car cover and dedicated history file.

  • Mileage 22,569 Miles
  • Body Style Coupe
  • Transmission Semi-automatic
  • Engine Capacity 3586cc
  • Fuel Petrol
  • Chassis No. 134549

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