Can You Spot The Differences Between This And A Regular Ferrari 488 GTB?

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Hey, wait a minute, that’s not a Ferrari 488 GTB!

Ferrari has a serious racing team and once prided itself on building street cars solely for the purpose of funding its expensive Formula 1 addiction. Now that it has built quite a reputation for itself, Ferrari has realized that it can actually make serious cash on rich badge lovers, but it hasn’t forgotten its racing roots for one second. That’s why it has promised, as it did on previous cars, to roll out souped-up racing versions of its current cars, including the 488 GTB.

Ferrari engineers are hard at work perfecting the 488 Challenge, slated for release in 2017. Aside from the rear wing, can you spot the differences between the donor 488 GTB and this mule?

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