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Assetto Corsa mods. HQ sport-cars replicas


(with S1)


Added S1. Wheels from 458 Italia. Tuned engine. Torque increased in 11% (520Nm instead of stock 470Nm; +43 Bhp)




Michael Schumacher spent a lot of time testing the 430 Scuderia when it was being developed, carefully applying the method that made him unique on the racetrack for many years. All the ingredients were there: a light and powerful car, comfortable and ergonomic, with an incredible weight/power ratio; ground-effect aerodynamics, which makes the car more effective, at higher speeds; powerful quick-response braking guaranteed by callipers and carbo-ceramic discs, and in particular the manettino mounted on the steering wheel that allows the driver to adjust the car set-up according to the driver’s requirements. During his racing career, the seventimes World Champion’s work on the manettino and steering wheel-mounted controls, in close association with the engineers and electricians, was one of the reasons for his extraordinary success on the racing track. Schumacher’s suggestions have also had a profound infl uence in the development of Ferrari Formula 1 steering wheels in recent years.


Weight: 1350 kg (43% front)

Engine: NA V8 510 Bhp 470 Nm

Speed: 318+ Km/H max; 3.6 sec to go from 0 to 100 km/h

6-speed paddles gearbox; F1 6-gears + Reverse


Steering: 2.6 turns lock to lock; 16.9

Aerodynamics: from 75 kg at 150 km/h, to more than 300 kg at maximum speed (at least, as official data claim)



Few links/facts to read and learn more about Ferrari F430 Scuderia:

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