Ferrari F430 Scuderia Goes Black and Yellow on ADV.1 Wheels

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The Ferrari F430 Scuderia hasn’t looked this impressive since Michael Schumacher unveiled it at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show.

Ferrari's successor to the Challenge Stradale, the F430 Scuderia, has received a bold look and a new set of shoes, thanks to the guys over at ADV.1 Wheels. The Ferrari F430 Scuderia is best known for being, what Jeremy Clarkson calls, a "knife-edge racer," and for being faster around the Fiorano test track than the Enzo. It takes its motivation from a 508hp 4.3-liter V8 engine, good for a 0-62mph time of 3.6 seconds and capable of hitting a top speed of 198mph.

The F430 Scuderia seen here, finished in yellow with black stripes, carries a set of ultra-light ADV05 Track Spec SL wheels, measuring 20 x 9.5 and 21 x 12.5 in a staggered setup. The centers have been blacked-out while the lips were painted yellow to match the exterior finish. Check out ADV.1's work on the Ferrari F430 Scuderia in the gallery below.

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