Who Said Ferraris Can't Be Used For Rallying?


This 308 GTB proves everyone wrong.

The general consensus is that supercars are extremely fragile and can’t be used in any type of hard events. This Ferrari 308 GTB received a variety of Group B upgrades, which were specifically fitted by Michelotto—a Padova-based Ferrari dealer. One of the four 308 Group B vehicles came with a 2-valve engine that made 288 hp, while the other three featured the Quattrovavole that was good for 310 hp. There were a couple of teams out there that built replicas, because they knew that a V8-powered Ferrari that could travel on gravel would be incredible.

Listening to this 308 GTB try its best at a rally is pure bliss and a joy to watch.

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