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Ferrari 430 Scuderia

Ferrari says the 430 Scuderia is as quick as an Enzo. We put it through a full performance test to find out if it’s true

It’s said that Enzo Ferrari built road cars simply to fund his passion for racing, and it seems that something of that spirit lives on at Maranello today in the way that the company has no qualms about using its supercar back-catalogue to reference the performance of its latest road cars. The 599 GTB Fiorano took as its benchmark the iconic F40, and gave it a drubbing. Now the Enzo, Ferrari’s most potent and fastest road car of all time, finds itself used to illustrate the pace of the 430 Scuderia.

The Scuderia is unquestionably the feistiest mid-engined V8 road car that Ferrari has built, but even with 503bhp – 20bhp more than the stock F430 – it’s way down on the Enzo’s 650bhp.

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