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Overview

Made
to win

458 Italia GT

In line with a tradition begun by Enzo Ferrari himself, Ferrari’s commitment to the track has always extended well beyond the world of Formula F1 and also embraces GT racing which has even stronger links to its road car production.

That commitment has also produced the 458 Italia GT of which there are several versions – GT2, GT3 and Grand-Am – honed to suit the technical rules of the many championships in which it competes.

Developed in collaboration with Michelotto Automobili, the car made its track debut in 2011 and continues the great sporting tradition of the F430, which competed with huge success in the GT category between  2006 and 2010.

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The 458 garnered a plethora of victories in its first two racing seasons: from the 24 Hours of Le Mans to the Teams and Constructors’ titles in the likes of the Le Mans Series, the International Le Mans Cup and the FIA World Endurance Championship. It also delivered Drivers’ title in the FIA GT and the GT3 Asia, Drivers’ and Teams’ titles in the International GT Open, in the Blancpain Championship and the British GT Championship.

The 458 Italia GT is based on a road car that itself features several track-oriented technical solutions. It outperforms the F430 GTC overall and its driveability has also been boosted by multilink suspension at the rear. Pit-stop accessories have been optimised too given the importance of the latter in endurance racing.


The car’s tyres are more hard-wearing now also which makes for more consistent performance. Direct injection means that the car’s fuel consumption has also been reduced to boot.

The latest version of the 458 Italia GT is the Grand-Am which is based specifically on the GT3. The main novelties with this car, which immediately became one of the leading protagonists in the prestige American series, are a roll-bar that provides greater lateral protection, power output boosted to 500 hp, less efficient aerodynamics, a 55 mm restrictor and a red-line limited to 8,000 rpm.

Specifications

458 italia GT2

Overall length 177.87 in
Overall width 80.15 in
Height 45.67 in
Wheelbase 104.33 in
Front track 67.71 in
Rear track 66.45 in
Dry Weight 2745 LB
Front 325/650/18” Pirelli, 30/65/18” Michelin, 300/660/18” Dunlop
Rear 325/705/18” Pirelli, 31/71/18” Michelin, 310/710/18” Dunlop
Front 14.96 x 1.38 in
Rear 13.7 x 1.26 in
Type 90° V8
Bore and stroke 3.700 x 3.188 in
Total displacement 274.48 cubic/in
Maximum power 346,75 Kw (465 CV) at 6250 rpm
Maximum torque 520 Nm (50 KGM) at 5750 rpm
Aluminium alloy engine block

458 italia GT3

Overall length 181.06 in
Overall width 80.07 in
Height 45.55 in
Wheelbase 104.33 in
Front track 68.03 in
Rear track 66.57 in
Dry Weight 2678 LB
Front 30/65/18” Michelin, 300/660/18” Dunlop
Rear 31/71/19” Michelin, 310/710/19” Dunlop
Front 14.96 x 1.33 in
Rear 13.9 x 1.25 in
Type 90° V8
Bore/stroke 3.700 x 3.188 in
Total displacement 274.48 cubic/in
Maximum power 550 CV at 9000 rpm
Maximum torque 550 Nm at 6000 rpm

458 italia grand AM

Overall length 179.88 in
Overall width 80.10 in
Height 45.55 in
Wheelbase 104.33 in
Front track 68.03 in
Rear track 66.57 in
Dry Weight 2755.8 LB
Front 305/650/18” Continental
Rear 325/210/19” Continental
Front 14.96 x 1.33 in
Rear 13.5 x 1.26 in
Type 90° V8
Bore and stroke 3.700 x 3.188 in
Total displacement 274.50 cubic/in
Maximum power 357,9 Kw (480 CV) at 8.500 rpm
Maximum torque 530 Nm at 6000 rpm
Aluminium alloy engine block

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