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Ferrari F430 GT2

F131 EVOGT 2418

3RD GT2 LE MANS 24H 2006


The new Ferrari F430 shared its aluminium chassis with the preceding 360 but the F430 marked the debut of Ferrari’s new twin overhead camshaft, 32-valve V8 engine, the F136E. The 90-degree V8 was co-developed with Maserati but Maranello’s version used its own 180-degree flat-plane crankshaft.

It did not take long for Ferrari to develop a GT2 racing version of the F430 with long time racing partner Michelotto Automobili. To comply with the FIA rules the engine was stroked to 4.0 litres giving 450bhp and was mated to a six-speed sequential paddle-shift transmission. The weight was pared to only 1,100Kg by extensive use of carbon fibre giving the F430 GT2 an impressive power-to-weight ratio.

The F430 GTC has a superb record winning the FIA GT2 Manufacturers Cup and Drivers titles in 2006 and 2007, the ALMS GT2 Manufacturers title in 2007 and the GT2 class at Le Mans in 2006.

Scuderia Ecosse took delivery of 2418 to run in both the 2006 FIA GT Championship & the British GT Championship. There were 10 rounds of the FIA Championship of which Scuderia Ecosse won 5, one more than the eventual Champions, and finished second in the GT2 Championship. Scuderia Ecosse went one better in the 2006 British GT Championship where Chris Niarchos and Tim Mullen won 10 of the 14 races with 2418 to emerge worthy Champions.

The icing on the cake came at the 2006 Le Mans 24 Hrs when 2418 finished 3rd in GT2, Niarchos & Mullen being joined by Andrew Kirkaldy for the great race.

Scuderia Ecosse finished third in the 2007 FIA GT2 Championship 2008: 2418 was run by CR Scuderia and they finished fourth in the FIA GT2 Championship with victory at Bucharest finishing 1st in both the races.

2009: CR Scuderia, now renamed CRS, again finished third in the FIA GT2 Championship.

2010: CRS ran 2418 in the Super GT class of the International GT Open where Chris Mullen took three victories; Imola & Spa with Chris Niarchos and Barcelona with Adam Christodoulou.



Aluminium monocoque

Steel roll cage

Aluminium & carbon bodywork

Length: 4,512 mm (177.6 in)

Width: 2,000 mm (78.75 in)

Height: 1,175 mm (46.26 in)

Wheelbase: 2,600 mm (102.4 in)

Front track: 1,696 mm (66.78 in)

Rear track: 1,640 mm (64.57 in)

Weight: 1,100 kg

Fuel tank: 85 litres



F136GT Aluminium V8 engine

3998.6cc, 92 x 75.2 mm

450 bhp (335 KW) @ 7000 rpm

360 ft lbs (490 Nm) @ 5500 rpm

Chain driven DOHC with variable valve timing

Magnetti Marelli MRV8 multipoint electronic

Fuel Injection



6 speed gearbox.

Sequential paddle shift

Mechanical limited slip rear differential with oil cooler

Carbon composite dry triple disc 5.5” diameter clutch


Brakes and steering

Rack and pinion with hydraulic power assistance

Front brakes: Carbon fibre-reinforced silicon carbide

(C/SiC) ceramic composite ventilated discs 15.0 X 1.34 in

Rear brakes: Carbon fibre-reinforced silicon carbide

(C/SiC) ceramic composite ventilated discs 13.1 X 1.26 in


Chassis 2418 comes complete with a large spares package including:

• 1 Gearbox.

• 4 Sets of wheels.

• 1 Steering rack with toe links.

• 2 New radiators (safe spec USA)

• 1 Rear wing.

• 2 Drive shafts.

• 2 AP air jacks.

• Various splitters, floors and diffuser.

• Various anti-roll bars.

• Various gear sets.

• Various dampers.

And all the team’s race and test records

Chasis Number 2418

Le Mans

18.6.2006 24 h Le Mans 87 Mullen / Niarchos / Kirkaldy 3rd GT2


FIA GT Championship

07.5.2006 Tourist Trophy 63 Mullen / Niarchos DNF

28.5.2006 500 km Brno 63 Mullen / Bennett 4th GT2

02.7.2006 500 km Oschersleben 63 Mullen / Niarchos 3rd GT2

30.7.2006 24 h Spa 63 Mullen / Niarchos / Simonsen 6th GT2

20.8.2006 500 km Paul Ricard 63 Mullen / M.Franchitti 2nd GT2

03.9.2006 500 km Dijon 63 Mullen / Niarchos 2nd GT2

17.9.2006 500 km Mugello 63 Mullen / Niarchos 5th GT2

01.10.2006 500 km Hungaroring 63 Mullen / Niarchos 3rd GT2

15.10.2006 500 km Adria 63 Mullen / M.Franchitti 1st GT2

18.11.2006 500 km Dubai 63 Mullen / Niarchos 1st GT2


British GT Championship

17.4.2006 Oulton Park 1 Mullen / Niarchos 1st/1st

21.5.2006 Donington 1 Mullen / Niarchos 1st

25.6.2006 Mondello Park 1 Mullen / Niarchos DNF/DNS

16.7.2006 Snetterton 1 Mullen / Niarchos 1st/1st

13.8.2006 Rockingham 1 Mullen / Niarchos 1st/1st

27.8.2006 Brands Hatch 1 Mullen / Niarchos 1st/1st

24.9.2006 Silverstone 1 Mullen / Niarchos 1st

22.10.2006 Magny-Cours 51 Mullen / Niarchos 20/19th

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