Just under four months from the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, where it will make its racing debut, the Ferrari 296 GT3 is continuing its development.
The firm’s new Prancing Horse car completed three days of testing in Portimão, Portugal, at the wheel of which four official Competizioni GT drivers took turns at the wheel.
Alessandro Pier Guidi, Davide Rigon, Daniel Serra and Miguel Molina were able to provide data and reports to technicians and engineers on this track renowned for its long straights and technical curves, particularly well suited to a range of dynamic tests.
“We have concluded three days of positive trials, during which we have carried out the activities that had been planned, collecting a lot of data that we will now be able to analyze, in order to optimize the route according to the program and the direction. that we have defined, details Daniel Serra, after the tests.
The 296 GT3, which replaces the 488 GT3 which has won nearly 500 races since its launch in 2016, was officially unveiled in July at the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps.