The 2003 Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale, previously known as the 2003 Ferrari Challenge Stradale, is a limited-production track-focused version of the Ferrari 360 Modena supercar. It debuted in Forza Motorsport and has returned for all subsequent main titles except Forza Motorsport 2.
This track-bred prancing pony is ready to light a fire under anyone bold enough to attempt to tame it. While the stripped interior and carbon fiber seats may not be apt to road tripping, the 360 CS can still be driven daily.
The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale, inspired by the 360 Modena Challenge racing car, was focused primarily on improving its track lap times by improving its handling, braking, and weight reduction characteristics, essential in pure racing cars. Ferrari engineers designed the car from the outset with a goal of 20% track day use in mind and 80% road use. With only a small 20 hp (15 kW) improvement in engine power from the Modena, the Challenge Stradale accelerates from 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 4 seconds according to Ferrari (0.4 sec faster than a Modena).
The 360 Challenge Stradale, up to 110 lb (50 kg) lighter than the standard 360 Modena, uses carbon ceramic brakes from the Enzo Ferrari, lower weight parts, and a Fiorano Handling Pack (FHP).
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