Ferrari Challenge Stradale
A very rare factory Black with Grey interior Challenge Stradale, one owner from new.
Commencing with the 348, Ferrari had started the first factory-backed, one-make race series for amateur and semi-professional racing drivers back in 1993, and the immensely successful Ferrari Challenge increased in popularity with the subsequent introduction of the F355 and 360 Modena. The latter first appeared on the grid in Challenge form in 2000, featuring a multitude of alterations making it more suitable for track use.
Three years later, at the Geneva International Motor Show, Ferrari introduced the 360 Challenge Stradale, which in essence was a lightened version of the 360 Modena incorporating some of the racer's suspension and braking improvements while remaining sufficiently civilised for road use.
Believed to be "the only one of its kind in the world" finished in metallic black with grey leather, this rare one-registered-owner car is finished with contrasting and desirable yellow brake callipers and matching Scuderia shields. Having covered just 16k kms from new coming with a full Ferrari service history this car is a rare find and is a great investment for collectors and drivers alike.