2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Race Car

This 2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge race car was built to compete in the Ferrari Challenge racing series and was reportedly campaigned in Europe through 2004 before being relocated to the US. Featuring aluminum bodywork finished in red with tricolore stripes, the car is fitted with a 360 GT–style front bumper cover and a carbon-fiber front splitter and rear wing in addition to a custom center-exit exhaust system. It rides on adjustable coilovers and is equipped with Brembo disc brakes as well as 18″ BBS Challenge wheels. Power is supplied by a 3.6-liter quad-cam V8 mated to a six-speed F1 sequential transaxle with a limited-slip differential. Inside, the race-prepped cockpit features a pair of Cobra fixed-back bucket seats accompanied by Sabelt racing harnesses, a Magneti Marelli LCD display, and an OMP roll cage and fire-suppression system. The car was acquired by the seller in 2016, and work performed in 2021 involved replacing the timing belts and fuel pumps. This 360 Modena Challenge is now offered in New York State on a bill of sale with manufacturer’s literature and spare parts.

2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Race Car

The Pininfarina-designed aluminum bodywork was finished from the factory in Rosso Corsa and features tricolore over-the-top stripes, white accents, and various vinyl decals. Further exterior details include a 360 GT–style front bumper cover and a carbon fiber front splitter and rear wing as well as a Challenge rear grille. An electrical system cut-off switch, tow hooks, Lexan windows with sliding side vents, and pins for the hood and engine cover are further details.

2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Race Car

Silver-finished 18″ BBS Challenge wheels are mounted with 225/40 front and 275/35 rear Hoosier R7 tires. The car rides on adjustable coilovers, and stopping power is provided by gold-finished Brembo calipers over two-piece slotted rotors at each corner.

2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Race Car

The race-prepped cockpit houses an OMP bolt-in roll cage as well as a two Cobra Suzuka Pro-Fit bucket seats paired with Sabelt six-point harnesses. The dash wears worn Alcantara trim, while carbon fiber adorns the instrument panel, center stack, center console, and door panels. A tank for the OMP fire-suppression system is installed in the passenger-side footwell. The seller notes that the seats, harnesses, and fuel cell bladders are expired.

2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Race Car

An Alcantara-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel with a red centering stripe fronts a Magneti Marelli LCD display with a sweeping bar-style tachometer and digital readouts for coolant and oil temperatures as well as oil pressure, voltage, and gear selection. The car is not equipped with an odometer, and the seller reports approximately 100 miles have been added under current ownership. Total mileage is unknown.

2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Race Car

Air jack equipment is installed in the front trunk, though the system is not complete.

2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Race Car

The 3.6-liter quad-cam V8 features five valves per cylinder, remapped engine management software, and stiffened engine mounts in Challenge specification. Factory-rated output was 410 horsepower and 286 lb-ft of torque. Work performed in January 2021 involved replacing the timing belts and fuel pumps.

2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Race Car

Power is sent to the rear wheels through a six-speed F1 sequential transaxle with a limited-slip differential. Challenge cars were specified with a Setrab transmission oil cooler, and this example has been fitted with a custom center-exit exhaust system featuring driver-selectable modes.

2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge Race Car

A spare set of 18″ BBS wheels wrapped in Yokohama racing tires will accompany the sale along with removed components, a selection of spare parts, and manufacturer’s literature.

The Carfax report is free of any accidents or other reported damage.

The car is not legal for road use, has not been registered for the street, and carries no title or registration. It is being sold on a bill of sale.

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