|It’s hard to even conceive how courageous the drivers who raced these early open cars were. Their bravery inspired the race cars and super cars of today. Enzo Ferrari himself raced an 8C 2300 at the Circuito delle Tre Provence, taking second place in 1931. Built between 1931 and 1934 the model was bodied by top coach builders (carrozzeria) Zagato and Touring. Underneath the hood are two four-cylinder motors facing back-to-back and mated in the middle at the flywheel. The cams and supercharger are driven by gears in the middle of that marriage. These cars were expensive in their day and are priceless now. Driving the 8C, the great Tazio Nuvolari saw victory at the Grand Prix of Italy and Monaco. Lord Howe won the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and a pair of Italians won the 1932 Mille Miglia in one. You won’t have to get used to the center gas pedal to drive it in Forza, but you will appreciate the unforgettable experience of getting behind the giant wheel of this racing legend.|
— Official description 
Requires the March Car Pack
Purchase from the car dealer
Performance & Division
The Birth of Grand Prix
Tier 4 - Super Rare (+50)
Top Speed: 120.5 mph (193.9 km/h)
1/4 Mile: missing data
0-60 mph (0-97 km/h): 9.000 secs.
0-100 mph (0-161 km/h): 23.000 secs.
60-0 mph (97-0 km/h): 116.5 ft (35.5 m)
100-0 mph (161-0 km/h): 295.6 ft (90.1 m)
60 mph (97 km/h): 1.02 g
120 mph (193 km/h): 0.98 g
|1930s||8C 2300 Spider · P3|
|1950s||158 · Giulietta Sprint Veloce|
|1960s||33 Stradale · Giulia Sprint GTA Stradale · Giulia TZ2|
|1980s||GTV-6 · Spider Quadrifoglio Verde|
|1990s||155 Q4 · Milano Quadrifoglio Verde · SZ Sprint Zagato|
|2000s||8C Competizione · Brera Italia Independent · MiTo|
|2010s||4C · 8C Spider · Giulia Quadrifoglio · Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde · Stelvio Quadrifoglio|
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