Ferrari 296 Challenge Introduced: Non-Hybrid V6 Engine Racing Monster
Ferrari announced its new racing vehicle, the Ferrari 296 Challenge, which it developed without paying attention to emission regulations. This vehicle will appear in the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli races. Ferrari 3.0 Challenge, which stands out with its non-hybrid twin-turbo 6-liter V296 engine, produces 690 horsepower and 740 Newton-meters of torque.
Why isn't the Ferrari 296 Challenge a Hybrid?
Ferrari, last zamIt recently started using hybrid power systems in its models. Models such as the 296 GTB and 296 GTS come with V6 engines supported by an electric motor. In this way, emission regulations are complied with and high performance is achieved.
However, the Ferrari 296 Challenge comes with a completely pure V6 engine and does not include any hybrid support. The reason for this is that this vehicle is designed only for the track. Ferrari does not have to comply with emissions regulations because it does not put a license plate on this vehicle; because this special model will compete in the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli races.
What are the Features of Ferrari 296 Challenge?
Ferrari 296 Challenge is the first racing vehicle in the history of Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli to use a 120-degree V6 engine. This engine produces 234 horsepower per liter, which means that this engine offers record power in its segment.
The engine of the Ferrari 296 Challenge is a non-hybrid twin-turbo 3.0-liter engine. This engine is also used in the 2023 GT296 model launched for the 3 season. Normally, this six-cylinder engine offers a total of 830 horsepower when combined with the electric motor, but this hybrid system is not included in the 296 Challenge model.
The Ferrari 296 Challenge features carbon-ceramic brakes, an ABS system derived and improved from the 296 GTB, and new Pirelli 19-inch tires developed for this model.
Ferrari 296 Challenge What ZamWill he compete?
Ferrari 296 Challenge will appear in the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli races. These races are held in four different regions of the world: Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific and Italy. The races are open to the participation of amateur and professional drivers.
The first race of the Ferrari 296 Challenge will be held next year. The car will be unveiled at the Finali Mondiali in Daytona in January and will then make its race debut at Monza in April.
Ferrari's new racing monster, the Ferrari 296 Challenge, has both an eye-catching design and impressive performance. This vehicle will create great excitement in the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli races.