In case you didn’t know, Finali Mondiali is the happiest place a Ferrarist can be at the moment. There’s a lot to discuss but for now we’ll only focus on two cars.
Two very special cars to be precise. One being the 488 Challenge. The other being a one-off version of the mental Ferrari F12tdf. Ferrari often picks the Finali Mondiali events to reveal new cars. For instance, last year the F12tdf was shown to the public for the first time. This year’s Finali Mondiali is no difference.
First we have the all-new 488 Challenge. It’s not the first 488 GTB racing variant though. Ferrari revealed the 488 GTE and 488 GT3 already a while ago. Why the hype, you ask? Because this one only competes in the Ferrari Challenge Series. This championship was founded in 1993. Unfortunately there’s almost no information about the specifications of the car. Obviously it’s going to be lighter, faster, meaner and stiffer than the road going turbocharged 488.
The second car which caught my eye is the one-off P275 RW Competizione. It’s the latest creation done by the Special Projects department of Ferrari. Many car enthusiast didn’t knew what they saw. On top of that there are no official Ferrari pictures, there’s no VIN and no information about it at all. The car seems to be based on the 780 HP F12tdf, according to the recognizable fuel cap.
They parked the P275 RW Competizione next to a one-off P540 Superfast Aperta (done by the Special Projects department) which sits very nicely in almost the same shade of gold and yellow a 1/10 F60 America.