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Ferrari 296 GT3 passes the Fiorano test

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Since the Fiorano track first began activities as the Prancing Horse testing circuit in 1972, all Ferraris have taken their first steps around its near three-kilometre distance. A facility encompassing curves and sections of track like those hosting even the most demanding Formula 1 world championship races, able to provide highly useful data regarding the quality of a project. “Every single section of circuit,” stated Enzo Ferrari, “should be able to put the dynamic behaviour of the car to the test in such a way as to make it easy to identify each car’s problems.” From this standpoint, the two days of testing that saw the Ferrari 296 GT3 on the home track have allowed the Competizioni GT team to verify the validity of the project and gather useful data and indications for its development path.

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