- Future classic Ferrari
- Jean Todt provenance
- A rare silver version
The Challenge Stradale was intended as a road car that provided the performance of a true racing car. Experience gained from the Ferrari Challenge International Championships and the FIA GT races allowed Ferrari technicians to develop solutions that make the Challenge Stradale really unique. This strong link to racing is underlined by a significant weight reduction, its engine set up, aerodynamics, braking system and F1 style gearbox. Other differences to the standard 360 were carbon brakes taken from the Enzo, suspension set up for track use, aerodynamic gains, weight reduction, more power and upgraded gearbox software for track use.
This particular car was first registered by Ferrari, and was assigned as the personal car for the sporting director Jean Todt. There is a copy of an email from Ferrari confirming this in the file. The colour combination of silver with a blue interior is very rare and the current mileage is 22,000 km. The car has never been raced and has been stored for the last five years. It has recently undergone a major service costing � 10,000, that included changing the cam belt and new tyres.
This is surely a car for the future as the Ferrari race cars already have a high premium over their road car siblings.