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Review of Ferrari 296 GTB: The Ideal Racing Vehicle

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A short while back, we posted about Maserati’s venture into GT2 racing with their MC20 GT2, and now we have details about the Ferrari 296 GT3 racing machine, a follow-up to the impressive Ferrari 488 GT3, originating from the fresh Ferrari 296 GTB. This new addition to Maranello’s line of two-seater mid-rear-engined sports Berlinetta is the base for the GT3 derivation, set to make its first appearance in the renowned 2023 Daytona 24 Hours competition next year.

CHASSIS
Track Width: 1726 mm in the front / 1710 mm at the rear
Maximum Width: 2050 mm (excluding mirrors)
Wheelbase Length: 2660 mm
Weight (excluding fuel and driver): 1250 kg
Double Wishbone Suspension for front and rear, comprising tubular steel suspension arms and aluminum uprights
Dampers are adjustable in 5 ways
Rims: Front 12.5” x 18”, Rear 13” x 18”
Tires: Front 30/68/18, Rear 31/71/18
Front Brake Discs: Ø 400×36, Rear Brake Discs: 332×32
Front Brake Calipers: 6 pistons, Rear Brake Calipers: 4 pistons
Front Brake Pads: 30 mm, Rear Brake Pads: 26.5 mm

Image Source: Fabrizio Annovi / Shutterstock

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