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General data  
Year/s of production 2008 –            
Presentation
VIN span
Number produced
Design Kessel Racing
Manufactured by Kessel Racing
   
Technical Specifications  
Chassis F 131 – Aluminium-Spaceframe
Length 4540 mm
Width 2027 mm
FIA GT3: 2005
Height 1184 mm
Wheelbase 2603 mm
Front suspension Independent wheel suspension, double wishbone suspension with Sachs 4-way adjustable dampers, coil springs
Rear suspension Independent wheel suspension, double wishbone suspension with Sachs 4-way adjustable dampers, coil springs
Front track FIA GT3: 1715 mm
Rear track FIA GT3: 1622 mm
Front tyres FIA GT3: 27/65 18″ Michelin race tyres
Rear tyres FIA GT3: 27/68 18″ Michelin race tyres
Front brakes Brembo cross-drilled cast iron discs, 6 pots aluminium calipers
Rear brakes Brembo cross-drilled cast iron discs, 4 pots aluminium calipers
Weight Approx. 1200 – subject to FIA balance of performance
FIA GT3: 1219 kg
Body material Aluminium and carbon-fiber
Body type Two-seater Berlinetta
   
Engine  
Type F 133E – FGT/3 4.5 – mid-engine – longitudinal installed by Ferrari and Kessel
Number of cylinders V8 – 90°
Displacement 4497 ccm
Bore and Stroke 94 x 81 mm
Camshaft 2 overhead per cylinder bank
Valves 4 per cylinder, variable valve train, natural aspiration
Compression ratio  
Ignition Electronic ignition
Lubrication Dry sump
Maximum power 550 hp (410 kW) – 8.500 rpm
Maximum torque 500 Nm – 5.500 rpm
Power/Weight ratio FIA GT3: 2,48kg/hp
Fuel management Electronic double injection
Clutch Twin dry disk clutch
Weight distribution  
Gearbox Sequential gearbox by CIMA-Kessel, 6 speed + rev, paddle shift on steering column
Ratios:
1st: 12/39
2nd: 16/35
3rd: 19/31
4th: 21/27
5th: 23/25
6th: 25/24
CW: 9/38
Fuel Tank capacity FIA GT3: 110 litres
   
VINs  
  146556 – SC01
166057 – SC04
146969 – SC05
147201 – SC06
146281 – SC07
152663 – SC08
152962 – SC12

 

27.02.2009 First pictures of the Ferrari Scuderia GT3
Source: fiagt3.com

First pictures of the Ferrari Scuderia GT3 Developped by Kessel racing as a successor to the successful 430 GT3, winner of the 2007 FIA GT3 European Championship, the Scuderia is based on the most performing evolution of the Ferrari 430. Subject to FIA approval, the Scuderia GT3 will receive a new homologation form.Three teams have expressed their intention to enter it in the FIA GT3: Championship regulars Kessel Racing and JMB Racing to be joined by CRS Racing who are extending their activity to FIA GT3 next to the confirmed two-car entry in the FIA GT Championship.

 

INTRODUCING…THE FERRARI SCUDERIA GT3!
Source: CRS Racing

CRS Racing recently announced it would enter the FIA GT3 Championship in 2009 in a “newly-homologated car”. It has been revealed that the team will run the beautiful Ferrari Scuderia GT3, a car that promises to be one of the most competitive on the grid.The new Scuderia has a 4.5 litre engine and boasts a significant increase in horsepower. It uses a sequential gearbox with the Scuderia road car shift, which is almost as fast as in an F1 car! Along with a completely new aerodynamics package the car has what it takes to go out and win races.“We had a great test at Guadix in Spain last week,” said Team Director, Andrew Kirkaldy. “The drivers we ran went very well and we are very close to signing up drivers for one of the Ferraris. We have had significant interest in our GT3 programme so we are now actively looking for the best driver combination for the second car so that we can run two cars that are both capable of winning.”The 2009 FIA GT3 season gets underway at Silverstone on 2/3 May.

 

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