A slightly damaged example of the Ferrari F430 Scuderia has been spotted recently while quietly sitting around in a parking lot near the Monza track, in Italy.
It’s not often that we get to see a crashed example of a rare Ferrari F430 Scuderia but happily this particular example is still in good shape and appears to be drivable if that liquid found underneath it has nothing to do with oil. According to the guys from this particular Italian supercar has been spotted like this near the Monza track, in Italy. Our source isn’t saying how the crash occurred or if anyone was injured but we can try and say that the driver probably scraped it on a wall after losing control of the wheel.
The Ferrari F430 has been produced between 2004 and 2009 in Maranello and it was designed by Pininfarina. The model was shown at first at the 2004 Paris Motor Show and it was offered in two body styles, a 2-seat coupe, the F430, and a 2-seat roadster, the F430 Spider. Both of them were carrying the same 4.3 liter naturally aspirated V8 engine, connected to a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed electrohydraulic manual transmission. The F430 Scuderia has replaced the 360 Challenge and it was unveiled by Michael Schumacher back in 2007, at the Frankfurt Motor Show. This was lighter and more powerful than the regular F430 and it was capable of reaching 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.6s and a top speed of 325 km/h (202 mph).