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First seen in sim racing with Grand Prix Legends (1998).

With the best brakes and a screaming useful engine the Ferrari securely maintains its right to a place on the grid. The Ferrari is a racers car, an extremely enjoyable ride – but it does fail to hold the speed of the Lotus or Eagle on the straights.

A lot of its single failure in speed can be clawed back with it’s stability under braking as it’s possible to brake later and less and reacts very well to braking in turns.

The Ferrari is good for a beginner, it drives as you expect, brakes as you expect and of course provides a very enjoyable ride for rookie and pro.

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