|Year/s of production||2004 – 2005|
|S/N – Bereich||F131GTC 2050 – F131GTC 2068|
|Chassis||F131GTC – Aluminium spaceframe with extruded and cast components and frame and external panelling in aluminium plus safety cage|
|Length||FIA-GT-Version: 4557 mm
A.C.O.- or ALMS-Version: 4477 mm
|Width||Front: max. 1985 mm
Rear: max. 1925 mm
With with exterior mirrors: 2050 mm
|Front suspension||Independent wheel suspension, double delta wishbones, coil springs, anti-roll bar, electronically operated Sachs gas-filled shock absorbers|
|Rear suspension||Independent wheel suspension, double delta wishbones, coil springs, anti-roll bar, electronically operated Sachs gas-filled shock absorbers|
|Front track||1714 mm|
|Rear track||1573 mm|
|Front tyres||10 x 18 in., BBS magnesium rims
Tyres: Pirelli Racing slicks 265/645-18 in.
|Rear tyres||11 x 18 in., BBS magnesium rims
Tyres: Pirelli Racing slicks 305/680-18 in.
|Front brakes||Brembo hydraulically operated and ventilated steel disc brakes, 6-pod brake-calliper, 380 x 32 mm|
|Rear brakes||Brembo hydraulically operated and ventilated steel disc brakes, 4-pod brake-calliper, 332 x 32 mm|
|Body material||Carbon and Kevlar|
|Body type||Race berlinetta with rear wing – 2 seats|
|Type||F 131 – mid-engine – longitudinal installed|
|Number of cylinders||V8 – 90°|
|Bore and stroke||85 x 79 mm|
|Camshaft||2 overhead per cylinder bank|
|Valves||5 per cylinder, variable valve timing on exhaust camshafts, variable length intake ducts with bank compensation|
|Ignition||Bosch electronic ignition|
|Lubrication||Dry sump lubrication, approx. 10 litres, additional oil cooler|
|Maximum power||Approx. 445 hp – 8.750 rpm, Air-Restrictor: 30,8 mm|
|Maximum torque||410 Nm – 6. 500 rpm|
|Fuel Management||Magneti Marelli MR3|
|Fuel||Euro Super 102 ROZ|
|Clutch||Valeo hydraulically operated magnesium disc clutch – 3 discs, 5,50 in.|
|Gearbox||FIA GT regulations:
Ferrari type F131,longotudinal, 6 speed+ reverse, with Magneti Marelli electronic control. Ferrari gears, 5th and 6th close ratio Valeo single disc sintered clutch, self blocking adjustable differential
Ferrari type F131, longitudinal, 6 speed+ reverse, with manual H pattern change Ferrari gears, 5th and 6th close ratio Valeo single disc sintered clutch, self blocking adjustable differential
|Top speed||Over 300 km/h|
|F131GTC 2050, F131GTC 2052, F131GTC 2054, F131GTC 2056, F131GTC 2058, F131GTC 2060, F131GTC 2062, F131GTC 2064, F131GTC 2066, F131GTC 2068|
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Racing action from the Ferrari-Maserati Group at the Bologna Motor Show
Maranello, 5th December 2003 – The Ferrari-Maserati Group will be contributing to the racing action at the Bologna Motor Show, which opens to the public tomorrow, Saturday 6th December and runs to the 14th December. On the opening day, at 13.30 in the area 48 arena, Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro test driver, Luca Badoer will demonstrate the F2003-GA. Prior to this and afterwards, there will also be some demonstration laps from the 550 Maranello GT, which won the 2003 FIA GT Championship.
The Vodafone stand (number 60 in pavilion 33) at the Bologna event will continue the GT theme. On show will be the Ferrari 575 GTC which made its debut this year, winning first time out, as well as a world debut for the 360 GTC. This model, with a dry weight of 1100 kilos, was developed by the Corse Clienti Department in Maranello, in collaboration with Michelotto Automobili to compete in the N-GT class. It makes use of recent evolutions successfully race tested on the 360 GT, with a sequential six speed gearchange and a further improved Magneti Marelli electronics package. The aerodynamics are substantially different to the 360 GT, given that the 360 GTC has been newly homologated by FIA/ACO from the Challenge Stradale, taking up from its basic elements: front bumper, side skirts, engine cover and double rear end. Wind tunnel research has led to a new system for the rear wing, with a notable improvement in vertical downforce. The performance of the 90 degree V8 3586.2cc engine has been improved in terms of consumption and power, putting out 445 horsepower at 8750 rpm.
Sunday 7th November will see the Ferrari Challenge Pirelli Trophy series in action at the Motor Show, with eight drivers taking part: Alessandro Scalera, Nicola Cadei, Karl Baron, Lorenzo Bontempelli, Michele Maceratesi, Matteo Malucelli, Fabio Santaniello and Thomas Kemenater.
Monday 8th December, again in area 48, will feature a contest between the gentlemen drivers from the Shell Cup Ferrari one-make series: Vincenzo Sauto, Klaus Engelhorn, Cristian Francescon, Massimo Mantovani, Giovanni Zonzini, Andrea Lepore, Marco Verzelli and Sandro Mucelli. On the same day, the Maserati Trophy will be in action with cars based on the road going Coupé Cambiocorsa from the Trident marque. A special race will be run featuring sporting personalities René Arnoux, Ivan Capelli, Andrea Zanussi and Daniele Massaro and, from the world of entertainment, Daniele Bossari, Jimmy Ghione and Valerio Staffelli, as well as Emanuele Smurra, winner of the Trofeo Vodafone Maserati Europa 2003.