A Ferrari 360 Modena has been crashed in Ireland recently after its driver lost control of the wheel.
The driver of a Ferrari 360 Modena has recently crashed his ride in Ireland after losing control of the wheel on a wet road. As you probably already figured it out, speed was the main factor for which this Italian supercar ended up hitting the guard rails on the side of the road after spinning out of control. Happily, no other vehicles were involved and no one was hurt in the unfortunate incident, which is more than we can say about the 360 Modena, or its driver’s ego. The incident took place in Belfast.
The Ferrari 360 Modena was produced between 1999 and 2005 and it was then followed by the F430 Scuderia and by the 458 Speciale. The Ferrari 360 Modena came with several carbon fiber “goodies”, with ceramic composite brake discs, carbon seats, racing exhaust system and much more. The result was 110 kg dropped from its total weight which meant improving the handling. The 360 Modena was named after the town of Modena, which was the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari, and was powered by a 400 BHP and 373 Nm 3.6 liter V8 engine.