2011 Ferrari 458 Challenge Evo
This 2011 Ferrari 458 Challenge is a factory-built race car that was acquired on behalf of its current owner by the selling dealer in 2016 after reportedly being used as a practice car under previous ownership. The body is finished in black and white livery, and power is from a 4.5-liter V8 mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox with an electronic differential. Features include an Evo kit installed in 2018, an air jack system, a roll cage, carbon fiber racing seats, and a data race kit as well as fire suppression, radio, and cool shirt systems.
Three sets of BBS 19″ center-lock wheels are included with the car, two of which wear slick tires last replaced in July 2019 and the third fitted with rain tires. The 458 Challenge came factory-equipped with solid aluminum bushings, stiffer springs, single-rate dampers, and a ride height lowered by 30mm all round. Braking is handled by Brembo calipers paired with Girodisc rotors, and spare rotors and pads are included in the sale. A new power steering rack boot was installed in 2018, the power steering fluid was flushed in July 2019, and the brake master cylinder was replaced under factory recall in April 2020.
The 4.5-liter F136 V8 was rated at 562 horsepower at 9k rpm when new. Inspections were performed after track events under current ownership. The oil delivery and return pipes were replaced a vacuum line. A radiator, the accessory belt, and the exhaust flex pipes were changed in 2018. Service in July 2019 included replacement of the spark plugs as well as the exhaust and oxygen sensors. An oil change was also completed. A compression test completed in April 2020 shows results between 8 and 8.5 bar across all eight cylinders.
All prices are plus tax, title, licensing and a $200 negotiable documentary service fee. Vehicles are subject to availability.