30 April 2013
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The Ferrari 458 Italia is one of the world's finest supercars but its greatness was only acheived through the development of this, the Ferrari 430 Scuderia. If there was ever a modern Ferrari destined for future classic status, this is it.

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30 April 2013

Shame Ferrari doesn't seem keen on building a 458 Scuderia.

30 April 2013

It's still too soon for a 458 Scuderia!

The standard 458's are still selling well so Ferrari will wait for at least another couple of years before unveiling the Scuderia version, but it will come because an awful lot of Ferrari customers are asking for one.

30 April 2013

What a toy!

The 355 was a landmark.

 

1 May 2013

Nope, don't think i'd get excited every time i went too the Track to ring it's neck,you know?, round and round a Track, any Track, plus, you have too drive it home at Public road speeds,scared some Richard in an over kitted Corsa/Saxo decides to brake test you,nope, give me a saloon body, with about 300bhp,manual box,doesn't even have to be brand new, plenty fast enough.

Peter Cavellini.

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