Overview

458 Challenge EVO

The Ferrari Challenge is an ever-youthful championship

The Ferrari Challenge is an ever-youthful championship, fresh and full of energy, a series which over the course of its 22 years has known how to renew itself regularly, to become ever more interesting.

Performance is further improved

That renewal has extended to the evolution of the cars used. This season, in all three Ferrari Challenge series, the 458 Challenge Evo will be used, fitted with an aerodynamic kit that has improved performance still further.

The car still uses the 4.5 litre V8 engine, which develops 570 horsepower, while featuring various updates that improve driveability and road holding. Most striking is the rear wing, which resembles that used in GT races and which significantly increases aero downforce, thus improving cornering ability.

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There is also a new front splitter and a revised floor; devices that have allowed the Ferrari engineers to adopt stiffer front springs and to also improve the braking system.

It is therefore a high performance racing machine, capable of bringing out the quality of the drivers and which lends itself to being used to the maximum on all types of track, producing breathtaking duels and on the limit racing, like no other car previously used in the Ferrari one-make series.

Specifications

V8 engine

A high performance racing machine

Overall length 179.5 in
Overall width 76.3 in
Height 46.8 in
Front track 68.1 in
Rear track 64.6 in
Dry weight 2815.4 lb
Fuel tank capacity 24.8 Imp gal / 29.8 US gal
Front 255/650 19”x9”
Rear 305/690 19”x11
Front 15.7 x 1.5 in
Rear 15 x 1.34 in
Type V8 – 90°
Bore/stroke 3.7 x 3.2 in
Total displacement 274.5 cu in
Compression ratio 12.5:1
Maximum power 570 HP at 9000 rpm
Maximum torque 540 Nm at 6000 rpm
* With drivers’ side Racing seat and asymmetric roll cage
** Includes 5 CV from ram-effect

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