Ferrari's new F430 Scuderia is already being touted as one of the greatest road-going Ferraris of all time, and for good reason. Based on the current F430, the donor car undergoes a raft of changes including a substantial weight loss program and some power mods. The Scuderia also features a new traction control system that combines the E-Diff electronic differential and the F1-Trac traction and stability control in a single integrated system.

CAR Online has now compiled a collection of media materials containing almost everything you'd want to know about the latest Ferrari supercar. You will be able to read an initial drive report (the first as far as we know), check out a couple of videos of the car going around a track and then finish it off with a comprehensive video road test. There's also a chance to win some paraphernalia including a Ferrari Lego racer, a Scuderia press kit and more.

After you've had your fill of the Scuderia, there's also a detailed report on the future entry-level Dino model as well as a F430 successor. After all that you'll definitely be seeing red.

You'll find a video review of the new F430 Scuderia after the jump.

[Source: Car Magazine]

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