Ferraris Racetrack Devouring GT3 EVO Is Ready For Battle
Ferrari has taken their obsessive attention to detail to a new level, spending more than 18,000 hours fussing over the front bumpers aerodynamics alone. The new GT3 is an evolution of their 488 GT3 that debuted in 2016, and Ferrari is hoping to take out a number of races in 2020 including the World Endurance Championship and the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
A new engine management system has been introduced to deliver a smoother torque curve in the twin-turbo V8. Overall the car is 2.4 kg lighter, with a lower center of gravity and improved aero kit. Despite this, Ferrari will face some tough challenges in 2020, going up against the Audi R8, Lamborghini Huracan, and Corvettes new mid-engine C8.