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Specifications:
Year: 2004
Make: Ferrari
Model: 360 GTC
Origin: Modena, Italy
Position: Mid Longitudinal
Configuration: Type F131 GTC, 90 Degree, All Aluminum V8
Valvetrain: DOHC, 5 Valves per Cyl w/Variable Inlet Geometry
Displacement: 218.8 CI / 3586 CC
Power: 445 BHP / 331.8 KW @ 8750 RPM
Torque: 302.4 FT LBS / 410 NM @ 6500 RPM
Bore: 3.35 IN 85 MM
Stroke: 3.11 IN 79 MM
HP/L: 123.6 BHP per Liter
HP/LB: 5.5 LBS per BHP
Drive Wheels: RWD
Curb Weight: 2447 LBS 1109.8 KG
Length: 179.4 IN / 4556 MM
Width: 80. IN / 2032 MM
Height: 46.7 IN / 1186 MM
Wheelbase: 102.4 IN / 2601 MM
Steering: Rack & Pinion w/Hydrualic Power Steeri
Materials: Composite Panels over Aluminum Monocoque w/FIA Steel Roll Cage, Lexan Windows
Front Brakes: Brebro Discs w/6-Pot Calipers
Front Brake Size: 15. IN / 381 MM
Rear Brakes: Brebro Discs w/6-Pot Calipers
Rear Brake Size: 13.1 IN / 333 MM
Front Wheels: 18.0 x 10.0 IN / 45.7 x 25.4 CM
Rear Wheels: 18.0 x 11.0 IN / 45.7 x 27.9 CM
Front Tires: Pirelli 265/645/18
Rear Tires: Pirelli 305/680/18
Front Suspension: Double Wishbones w/Helicodial Springs, Adjustable Shock Absorbers, Adjustable Anti-Roll Bar
Rear Suspension: Double Wishbones w/Helicodial Springs, Adjustable Shock Absorbers, Adjustable Anti-Roll Bar
Transmission: F131 6-Speed S
Ferrari have introduced a race version of the Challenge Stradale to counter the threat posed by Porsche's new 996GT3 RSR in GT racing. The new model, to be called the 360GTC, receives a similar acronym to its recently introduced big sister, the 575GTC.

Porsche haved moved the goalposts with their highly-rated new racer and Ferrari have been quick to respond to the threat. The new 360GTC will also form the basis of the 2004 Ferrari Challenge race series which will incorporate a GT-style rear wing for the first time.

The original 360 Modena drew heavily on Ferrari's competition experience, with engineering standards and levels of aerodynamic development rare for a series production car. This meant that the 360 Challenge (launched in 2000) was a quantum leap ahead of its predecessor, the 355, proving lighter, faster and better-handling.

Ferrari received numerous requests for factory-prepared cars for other championships. With the help of factory backing, the JMB Competition team 360 fought off strong competition from Porsche to take the 2001 FIA N-GT World Championship team and drivers' titles.

On the strength of that showing, Ferrari produced a specific model - the 360 GT - derived from the Challenge car for privateers in the FIA N-GT and A.C.O. (Automobile Club de l'Ouest) championships in 2002. JMB took this year's FIA N-GT title.

The latest evolution, the 360 GTC was unveiled to the press at the Bologna Motor Show on the 4th of December 2003.

The new GTC version incorporates a number of modifications introduced during the 2003 season and includes refinements to the aerodynamics, a new sequential 6-speed gearbox because the road car paddle shift was too slow for professional racing, a new electronics package developed by Magneti Marelli and a number of minor revisions to the engine to improve output to 445 bhp at 8,750 rpm.

The 360 GTC will be available for the 2004 season and is sold directly by Ferrari's Corse Clienti division.

Story by Ferrari S.p.A
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