Several units of the still impressive Ferrari F430 Scuderia have been tackling the famous German track, the Nurburgring.
When was the last time you have seen numerous units of the Ferrari F430 being driven fast on a track, and not just any track, but the one referred to as “The Green Hell”, the famous Nurburgring. Fans of the “prancing horse” are still appreciating the F430 Scuderia, despite its successor being recently unveiled, in the shape of the Ferrari 458 Speciale.
The Ferrari F430 Scuderia is the hot version of the regular F430. It has been officially presented to the public, during the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show, when it was unveiled by Michael Schumacher. The supercar was designed to compete with models such as the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera or the Porsche RS vehicles. The supercar is 100 kg lighter and more powerful, coming with a total of 508 HP (379 kW), obtained from the revised exhaust system, intake system and ion-sensing knock-detection system. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint took just 3.6 seconds and top speed stood at 325 km/h (202 mph).