/Swarm of Ferrari FXX K Racers Converge on Mugello

Swarm of Ferrari FXX K Racers Converge on Mugello

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Nope, that’s not a typo. The latest Corse Clienti XX event at Mugello circuit – famous for having a red helmet at its entrance – no less than 18 Ferrari FXX K were brought together, setting a new record. The previous record for the greatest number of FXX K models in one place was 14, also at this very track.

In this video you get to see almost all of these Ferrari FXX K race cars in action, and what’s more, you’ll also be presented with footage of the previous 14-strong event from last November. Now we’ve got a real FXX bonanza here with 22 of these things in various colors and liveries. We’re now trying to workout how much that track day was worth in terms of Euros and Dollars…

Video by 19Bozzy92

Ferrari FXX K Specs:

  • Total maximum power 1050 cv
  • Total maximum torque >900 Nm
  • V12 maximum power 860 cv @ 9200 rpm
  • Maximum revs 9250 rpm
  • V12 maximum torque 750 Nm @ 6500 rpm
  • Electric motor output 140 Kw (190 cv)
  • Type 65-deg. V12
  • Bore and stroke 94 x 75.2 mm
  • Total displacement 6262 cc
  • Specific power 137 cv/l
  • Length 4896 mm
  • Width 2051 mm
  • Height 1116 mm
  • Wheelbase 2650 mm
  • 7-speed DCT
  • Front double wishbones
  • Rear multi-link
  • Tyres (Pirelli P-Zero slicks with sensors)
  • Front 285/650 – R19x10.5
  • Rear 345/725 – R20x13
  • Carbon ceramic brakes (Brembo)
  • Front 398 x 223 x 36 mm
  • Rear 380 x 253 x 34 mm
  • ESC stability control
  • High perf ABS/EBD Performance anti-lock system/electronic brake balance
  • EF1-Trac F1 electronic traction control integrated with the hybrid system
  • E-Diff 3 third generation electronic differential
  • SCM-E Frs magnetorheological damping with twin solenoids (Al-Ni tube)
  • Aerodynamics active
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