2011 Ferrari 458 Italia Grand Am


the Ferrari 458 Italia Grand Am, based on the GT3 version of the V8 Ferrari Berlinetta and developed in collaboration with other Italian company - Michelotto Automobili. The car was created to compete with other supercars in the famous championship of North America.
As reported by news of the world , 458 Italia Grand Am has been developed in accordance with the United States and therefore differs from the European cars. This is especially noticeable in terms of power - a supercar develops 500 horsepower - less than the aerodynamic version of the GT, and its maximum speed is limited to 8,000 rpm.
Significant changes were made to the brakes because the car has ABS.
As for other differences from the version of the GT3, it appeared specially reinforced body parts to improve the overall safety of cars in the championship, where collisions are quite frequent. Also installed tires Continental - this company is the only official supplier of "rubber" for the championship.
At the presentation of the Ferrari 458 Italia Grand Am drove faultless 45 laps. At the time of arrival at the wheel of race car drivers alternated Maurizio median and Jaime Melo.


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