Scuderia Ecosse Race Cars

Scuderia Ecosse race Ferrari GT cars, specifically the Ferrari 430, the best that Ferrari has to offer. Purpose-built for international GT racing, the cars may look like their road-going cousins but under the bodywork is a thoroughbred racing car, meticulously hand-built by Michelotto at their factory in Italy. With an output of over 450 brake horsepower the 430 GT is capable of speeds in excess of 200mph. In 2006 Scuderia Ecosse became the first team in history to get a Ferrari 430 through the gruelling Le Mans 24 Hours, even taking a podium finish.

 Technical Specifications
Type: Ferrari F136, 8 cylinders with V 90° layout
Capacity: 3.998,6cm3
Materials: Aluminium alloy engine block and cylinder heads
Intake System: Air induction limited by two restrictors (28.8mm)
Timing System: 4 camshafts (2 per each cylinder head), 4 valves
per cylinder
Injection & Ignition: Magneti Marelli engine management.
Fuel: Unleaded 102 RON, 88 MON

 Power Train
Type: 6 speed + reverse, sequential control
Differential: self-locking, adjustable by blades
Clutch: 5”1/2 syntherized three discs

 Chassis and Bodywork
Chassis: aluminium monocoque, steel safety cage (per FIA rules), engine and gearbox stiffly fitted to the chassis
Steering System: rack and pinion system, power steering
Suspensions: independent wheels, overlapped aluminium triangular wishbones, adjustable shock absorbers, adjustable
anti-roll bar
Brake Sytem: Steel discs: 380x32mm (front), 332x32mm (rear), 6 pistons (front) and 4 pistons (rear) calipers, adjustable brake balance
Bodywork Materials: carbon / kevlar / nomex / aluminium
Aerodynamic Devices: adjustable single profile rear wing, carbon floor with
rear diffuser
Weight: 1100 kg (all the liquids at the standard level, without fuel and driver)

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