The Ferrari 430 Scuderia is the performance focused variant of the already astonishingly quick F430 and the successor to the legendary 360 Challenge Stradale. When it was unveiled by F1 legend Michael Schumacher in 2007, the 430 Scuderia went into direct competition with other hardcore cars of the time. The way to make a more track focused variant is quite simple, reduce weight, increase power and tweak suspension; and that is exactly what Ferrari did. Weight was slashed by some 200 lbs with the extensive use of carbon fibre, deletion of any sound deadening and even a polycarbonate rear window. Power was increased through the use of smoother intake and exhaust manifolds and a higher compression ratio, upping its power to over 500bhp which in turn upped the 0-60mph time to 3.5 seconds and a reported top speed nudging 200mph. Where the F430 is a highly civilized supercar that can be pushed to extremes, the 430 Scuderia was at the sharp end, able to lap Ferrari's Fiorano test track as quickly as the legendary Ferrari Enzo.
The car we have on offer here was first registered in 2008 and is one of just 165 recorded UK registered. It was specified in the striking Giallo Modena over an interior of black Alcantara and optional Tessuto giallo ‘3D’ technical cloth and giallo stitching throughout. A factory painted NART racing stripe in grigio, road legal roll bar, carbon fibre driver zone and LED steering wheel, radio navi system with Bluetooth, giallo rev counter and a navtrak anti-theft system.