|Year/s of production||2006|
|Presentation||Spring 2006 in Maranello|
|VIN span||F131 EVOGT 2402|
|Number produced||Approx. 25|
|Manufactured by||Ferrari S.p.A. – Corse Clienti|
|Chassis||F 131 – Aluminium-Spaceframe|
|Front suspension||Independent wheel suspension, double unequal-lenght wishbones, coil springs, anti-roll bar, adaptive suspension with Sachs Skyhook-shock absorber and antidive and antisquat|
|Rear suspension||Independent wheel suspension, double unequal-lenght wishbones, coil springs, anti-roll bar, adaptive suspension with Sachs Skyhook-shock absorber and antidive and antisquat|
|Front track||1669 mm|
|Rear track||1616 mm|
|Front tyres||8 x 19 in., light alloy wheels
Tyres: Pirelli P Zero 235/645 19 in.
|Rear tyres||10,5 x 19 in.,light alloy wheels
Tyres: Pirelli P Zero 295/680 19 in.
|Front brakes||Ceramic brake system produced by Brembo, integrated ABS- and ASR-system produced by Bosch, electronically controlled brake force control, 398 mm x 36 mm, 6 pots aluminium calipers|
|Rear brakes||Ceramic brake system produced by Brembo, integrated ABS- and ASR-system produced by Bosch, electronically controlled brake force control, 350 mm x 34 mm, 6 pots aluminium calipers|
|Weight||Approx. 1255 kg|
|Body type||Race-Berlinetta – 2 seats|
|Type||F 136 GT – mid-engine – longitudinal installed|
|Number of cylinders||V8 – 90°|
|Bore and stroke||92 x 81 mm|
|Camshaft||2 overhead per cylinder bank with contiuos variable timing on both inlet and exhaust cams|
|Valves||4 per cylinder with variable valve timing|
|Ignition||Bosch electronic ignition|
|Lubrication||Dry sump lubrication, approx. 10 litres oil|
|Maximum power||490 hp – 8.500 rpm|
|Maximum torque||465 Nm – 5.250 rpm|
|Fuel management||2 electronic Bosch Motronic ME7 control units|
|Gearbox||6 speed + rev. manual gearbox or F1 paddle shift gearbox with gear change within 150 milliseconds
Electronic Differential (E-Diff), Control for Stability and Traction (CST)
|Top Speed||Over 315 km/h|
|F131 EVOGT 2402, F131 EVOGT 2404, F131 EVOGT 2406, F131 EVOGT 2408, F131 EVOGT 2410,
F131 EVOGT 2412, F131 EVOGT 2414, F131 EVOGT 2416, F131 EVOGT 2418, F131 EVOGT 2420,
F131 EVOGT 2422, F131 EVOGT 2424, F131 EVOGT 2426, F131 EVOGT 2428, F131 EVOGT 2430,
F131 EVOGT 2432, F131 EVOGT 2434, F131 EVOGT 2436
Ferrari announces the introduction of a GT2 racing version of the F430
Oschersleben, 26th August – This weekend sees the seventh round of the FIA GT championship, at the German Oscherleben circuit. Ferrari Corse Clienti therefore took the opportunity to announce today that it will produce a racing version of the F430, built to compete in national and international Grand Touring races. The new car, based on the road going 8 cylinder sports car, will make its competition debut in the 2006 season.
Meanwhile, on the German track, the Prancing Horse is represented as usual by the 360 GTC, the 550 Maranello and the 575 GTC. The two examples of the latter, entered by the G.P.C. Sport team, crewed by Melo/Belloc and Deletraz/Piccini, are fitted for the first time with a revised rear wing and a specific construction of Pirelli tyre.
Also on the Oschersleben card is the fifth round of the European series of the Ferrari Challenge Pirelli Trophy, for the 360 Modena.
There are three favourites for top honours in the main class of the championship: Ireland’s Michael Cullen (124 points,) France’s Ange Barde (101) and the other Irishman, Paddy Shovlin (98.) Heading the points table in the Shell Cup for gentlemen drivers is the Englishman, Peter Sowerby (98 points) ahead of Germany’s Freddy Kremer (96.)
After today’s first practice session, the event steps up a gear tomorrow, with qualifying and the first races.