This 2018 Ferrari 488 Challenge was fitted with the Evo upgrade package and was subsequently campaigned by Todd Coleman Racing in the 2020-2022 seasons of the Ferrari Challenge North America series. The car wears a green, black, and white vinyl wrap over a race-prepped interior and is powered by a replacement twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 mated to a seven-speed F1 dual-clutch transaxle with an electronic limited-slip differential. Additional equipment includes 19” Motegi Racing center-lock wheels, Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes, adjustable aerodynamic bodywork, a lightweight exhaust system, a fire-suppression system, air conditioning, a rearview camera, a roll cage, a Formula-style steering wheel, and a single carbon-fiber bucket seat with a Sabelt harness.
The cabin is equipped with a roll cage as well as a single fixed-back bucket seat with a carbon-fiber shell accompanied by a red Sabelt racing harness. Additional equipment includes a safety net, a fire-suppression system, and carbon-fiber door panels as well as a rearview camera connected to a dash-mounted display. The air conditioning system was recharged in October 2021. The Formula-style steering wheel was redesigned for the Evo and houses LED shift lights and various driver switchgear and controls, which complement those found on the Challenge-specific carbon-fiber center stack. The dashboard is trimmed in Alcantara, and instrumentation includes a configurable digital screen with an odometer that indicates 23k kilometers (~14k miles).
Updates included revised aero that allow the ability to adjust the front aero load independently of the rear load to help optimize balance. This one left the factory in 2018 as a 488 Challenge unit finished in red and was fitted with upgraded Evo bodywork under current ownership. The car wears a vinyl wrap with center racing stripes, sponsor logos, and Ferrari number decals. The front end sustained damage in September and November 2022, after which damaged components were replaced. Noted flaws are shown in the gallery and include chips on the front trunk lid and bumper cover. Center-lock 19″ Motegi Racing wheels wear 275/675 front and 315/705 rear Pirelli PZero rain tires. The carbon-ceramic Brembo brakes feature six-piston front and four-piston rear calipers. The ABS and TCS were reworked for the Evo and can be adjusted via dials on the dash and steering wheel, respectively.
The replacement twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter Tipo F154 V8 is a lightened version of the powerplant used in the contemporary 488 GTB and was installed by HP-Tech in October 2021. In Challenge cars the engine is also equipped with a lightened exhaust and specially tuned engine software for a factory-rated output of 661 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque.
More info: Click here to see original eBay auction and get more information (Affiliate link)
Seller's other items: bulletmotorsportsinc
Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States