Ferrari SF90 Stradale became the fastest production car of the Indianapolis circuitJuly 21, 2021
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale Assetto Fiorano hybrid Italian supercar has just set a new production car record at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, USA.
It is worth saying that the Ferrari SF90 Stradale hybrid supercar is a pretty powerful car, at least when it comes to drag racing. Sure, it can’t beat the Rimac Nevera electric hypercar, but we doubt there is currently a production car in the world that can do that. However, in our opinion, the speed potential of a car is best measured not in races from a standstill, but on a race track.
The most powerful Ferrari model ever built to be allowed on public roads has just set a new production car record at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, arguably America’s most famous circuit.
The plug-in hybrid supercar was able to cover 3.925 kilometers in just 1: 29.625 minutes, reaching a top speed of 280.9 km / h.
The record was recorded on July 15 during the Ferrari Racing Days event, featuring a more track-oriented version of the SF90 Stradale Assetto Fiorano hybrid supercar. Compared to the standard SF90 Stradale, the latter contains several “race-inspired” enhancements, including several carbon fiber exterior components, a titanium exhaust system and Multimatic shocks.
The car used to set the Indy record was also fitted with additional Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2R tires, as well as a carbon fiber spoiler at the rear to generate an additional 390kg of downforce available at 250 km / h. Last but not least, the Assetto Fiorano version is 30 kg lighter than the standard SF90 Stradale.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that two unique Ferrari models were captured on the streets of London. Photos have appeared on the Web showing two unique Ferrari models – the 812 Competizione and the 296 GTB. Cars were spotted near London.
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