The Ferrari SF90 Stradale completed the 3,925-meter, Indianapolis Motor Speedway racetrack in an impressive time of 1:29,625; reached this time at a maximum speed of 281 km/h.
The SF90 Stradale, named after the 90-year-old Scuderia Ferrari, also emphasizes the importance of motorsport in the development of road cars.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale, the most powerful Ferrari model ever produced and the first mass-produced rechargeable hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), completed the 3,925-meter Indianapolis Motor Speedway racetrack in 1:29,625, the fastest lap time recorded by a production car. recorded. Ferrari’s new model; It represents a real change, delivering unprecedented performance for a mass-produced car. The SF90 Stradale is at the top of its segment with figures such as 1,000 cv and 1.57 kg/cv weight-power ratio, 390 kg downforce at 250 km/h.
Mark Raffauf, Senior Director of Racing Operations at the International Motorsport Association (IMSA), who oversaw the test; “It was a great moment to see the impressive performance of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and witness the lap record.” while expressing his feelings with his words; “The Indianapolis Motor Speedway was built in 1909 as a coming-of-age ground for all makes and models,” said J. Douglas Boles, President of IMS. The historic 4km oval track and challenging road course at IMS will continue to play a key role for the automotive world in terms of vehicle development and performance.” said.
Ferrari North America President Matteo Torre said: “It was very important to show off with the SF90 Stradale at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the Ferrari Race Days, where we featured the Ferrari Challenge, XX and F1 Customer programmes.”
Assetto Fiorano trim level of the SF90 Stradale; It incorporates special technology and equipment derived from GT racing. In addition to the Multimatic shock absorbers that have been taken over from the races, extra-light solutions made of high-performance materials such as carbon fiber (door and underbody panels) and titanium (springs, the entire exhaust line) provide weight savings of up to 30 kg in the car. Another difference of the car is the carbon fiber rear spoiler, which produces 390 kg of downforce at 250 km / h.
Ferrari SF90 Assetto Fiorano used to break Indy lap record; It can be ordered with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2R tires specially designed to improve dry performance.