Fun to race. Fun to win.
The car’s already vast range of standard equipment can be enriched with a series of parts – such as those for endurance racing – capable of meeting all the demands of drivers or teams using it in major championships, for which specific data acquisition systems are available.
Always at the driver’s service, this tool can be personalised to different levels of implementation and analysis for an increasingly professional use of telemetry, which, in the 296 GT3, can – on request – be sent to the pits in real-time.
Other optional equipment includes different seat sizes and dimensions, rear radar, carbon-fibre clutch, TPMS or IRTPMS systems for measuring tyre temperature and pressure, and additional twenty-four-hour high beams.
Historically, the Maranello manufacturer focuses its thoughts, initiatives and attention on the customer.
Purchasing a 296 GT3 offers access to a unique world of services arising from the special relationship between Ferrari and its customers, whether drivers or teams.
For example, assistance may be more than just the supply of spare parts. It can extend to consulting the Prancing Horse’s technicians and engineers, both during preparation and on circuits around the world, and even to official drivers who, on request, can be involved in sports programmes.
Therefore, customers gain access to skills and experience, enabling them to exploit the car’s full potential in all conditions.
On-track assistance also covers the spare parts service, which, in the major championships, always supports the teams fielding the 296 GT3 on the starting grid.