What Ferrari did with the 360 Challenge Stradale and its successor 430 Scuderia, Classic Youngtimers Consultancy did the exact same with the 575 GTC: creating a street-legal version based on a hardcore circuit racer. You heard right; they transformed a Ferrari 575M Maranello into a 575 GTC Evoluzione. Its name: Ferrari 575 GTC Stradale – how convenient. The first and only one with license plates!
Ferrari is the absolute king in creating iconic speed demons for both on and off the track. The GT Competizione proves that the legendary brand has no limits when it comes to special customer requests: the GTC is a racer developed by Ferrari Corse Clienti in collaboration with N.Technology back in 2003. The car is exclusively intended for private teams to participate in the official FIA GT Championship. With the addition “C” in GTC, Ferrari is reincarnating the Competizione name, referring to the iconic 365 GTB/4 Daytona, 365 GT4 BB and F40. Each of these models were given the “Competizione” badge after they were specifically prepared for track use. The same goes for the Ferrari 575.
The history of this particular GTC differs slightly from the ones that Ferrari has built. Because the truth is, the 575 GTC Evoluzione on your screen left the Italian factory at first as a 575M Maranello. The Maranello became a donor for our GTC “Stradale” project. In other words: we gave the Ferrari the same looks and performance as the original Evoluzione. As a result, this could be the purest Ferrari racer ever to receive license plates!
For more information on this 2003 Ferrari 575 GTC Stradale for sale, contact Classic Youngtimers Consultancy.