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The Ferrari Modena 360 is unquestionably one of the greatest performance cars of all time. The Prancing Horse’s sleek lines, aluminium space frame and breathtaking responsiveness is impossible to describe. Its style, unequalled. There’s only one way to know why there’s more Ferrari lovers than any other luxury sports car… don’t dream it, drive it.

You will drive a Ferrari on Sydney’s South Circuit, which is 1.8km around the famous Corporate Hill. This circuit is a sharp, technical circuit with a fantastic mix of corners that will test drivers of all levels and you’ll have the assistance of an experienced instructor to get the most out of the car and your drive. Our Ferraris will be set to automatic performance transmission mode, so anyone can enjoy this incredible Supercar.

If you would like to add to the excitement, there is also the opportunity to drive a Lamborghini or drive a Lotus on the same circuit or add a V8 drive experience on the North Circuit and max out your track day.


Live the dream and feel the exhilaration of driving in a Lamborghini, Ferrari and Lotus at Sydney Motorsport Park. The new Fastrack Supercar Drive puts you behind the wheel of the most iconic and classic Supercars on a performance circuit. High performance Supercars are engineered to provide an unparalleled driving experience to match the vehicle’s lines and spectacular sound. Regardless of your budget or preference, this will be an experience of a lifetime for you or the person you gift the experience to.


Lamborghini Experience

Visually, audibly, magnificent. When people first hear a Lamborghini Gallardo, they do a double-take, heads turn to try and get a glimpse of it. The Lamborghini’s Gallardo creates its own atmosphere with its exotic looks and refined power. Now it’s your turn to get behind the wheel of one of the world’s most remarkable Supercars.

Ferrari Experience

The Ferrari Modena 360 is unquestionably one of the greatest performance cars of all time. The Prancing Horse’s sleek lines, aluminium space frame and breathtaking responsiveness is impossible to describe. Its style, unequalled. There’s only one way to know why there’s more Ferrari lovers than any other luxury sports car… don’t dream it, drive it.

Lotus Experience

Quoted by the team at Top Gear “If you really, truly have a passion for driving and the sensations of tactile involvement at every level, the Lotus is about as obvious an answer as water being wet and fire being hot”. There is nothing more agile or animated on track. Want to feel ‘100% Alive’? Choose to drive this machine.

  • The Cavallo - Ferrari

    Sydney Motorsport Park South Circuit - Sydney, NSW

    • 4 Drive laps
    $360.00 @$90/lap
  • The Rosso - Ferrari

    Sydney Motorsport Park South Circuit - Sydney, NSW

    • 6 Drive laps
    $460.00 @$77/lap
  • The Imola - Ferrari + Lotus

    Sydney Motorsport Park South Circuit - Sydney, NSW

    • 10 Drive laps
    $740.00 @$76/lap
  • On sale

    The Monza - Lamborghini + Ferrari + Lotus

    Sydney Motorsport Park South Circuit - Sydney, NSW

    • 12 Drive laps
    $899.00 @$75/lap


What are the specs of a Ferrari Modena 360 F1?

The 360 Modena F1 is a high-performance sports car produced by Ferrari and manufactured in Maranello in Italy.

Engine: 3.6-liter V8 engine

Power: Approximately 400 to 425 horsepower (varies by model year)

Torque: Around 276 lb-ft (374 Nm)

Transmission: 6-speed automated manual transmission (F1 transmission)

0 to 60 mph: Around 4.0 to 4.5 seconds

Top Speed: Approximately 290 to 305 km/h

Curb Weight: Approximately 1,400 to 1,500 kg

Suspension: Independent double-wishbone suspension

Brakes: Ventilated and cross-drilled disc brakes

Body Style: Two-seater coupe

Styling: Distinctive Pininfarina styling, reflecting Ferrari’s heritage.

What are the main features of the Ferrari 360 Modena F1?

The Ferrari 360 Modena F1 is celebrated for its mid-engine layout, beautiful design, and engaging driving dynamics. Its F1 transmission offers semi-automatic shifting, combining the convenience of an automatic with the control of a manual transmission.

How many Ferrari 360s were made?

The exact production numbers for the Ferrari 360 can vary depending on different sources and model variants. However, it’s estimated that around 16,000 to 17,000 Ferrari 360 cars were manufactured including various versions such as the coupe (Modena), convertible (Spider), and special editions.

Where can I drive a Ferrari in Australia?

To drive a Ferrari, you can consider the following options:

Fastrack Supercar Drive: This driving experience at Sydney motorsport Park provides an affordable opportunity to drive a Ferrari, Lamborghini and Lotus on the South Circuit with an experienced in-car instructor. This is a good way to first drive a Ferrari or potentially provide this as a gift to a Ferrari fan.

Exotic Car Rental Companies: Some companies specialize in exotic car rentals, including Ferraris. Look for reputable rental companies in major cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, etc.

Luxury Car Experience Packages: Several tour and experience providers offer packages that allow you to drive a Ferrari for a day. These often include scenic drives and guidance from instructors.

Ferrari Dealerships: Some Ferrari dealerships offer experience programs that allow potential buyers to test drive the cars for an extended period.

Do you need a special license to drive a Ferrari?

A special license isn’t required in Australia to drive a Ferrari. A valid driver’s license is necessary, and age restrictions might apply. Rental agencies and track events might have specific requirements. High-performance cars demand caution, and some experience is beneficial and a good was to appreciate the car and have a ‘test’ drive is at the Fastrack Supercar Drives experiences at Sydney Motorsport Park.

What are the main features of driving a Ferrari Modena 360 F1?

The Ferrari 360 Modena F1 offers an exhilarating and engaging driving experience:

Acceleration: The V8 engine delivers strong power across the rev range, propelling the car with impressive speed.

F1 Transmission: The automated manual transmission provides auto gear shifts, complementing its performance. However, some drivers might find the F1 transmission’s behaviour at low speeds or in traffic less refined.

Engine Sound: The high-revving V8 produces a distinct and exhilarating exhaust note that adds to the driving sensation.

Handling: Precise and responsive, the 360 F1 offers superb handling, aided by its mid-engine layout.

Steering: Offers excellent feedback and communication, allowing drivers to feel connected to the road.

Aerodynamics: The aerodynamic design aids stability at higher speeds and during cornering.

Overall, the Ferrari 360 Modena F1 provides an unforgettable and passionate driving experience that combines speed, style, and the essence of driving a true Italian sports car.

What colours does the Ferrari 360 come in?

The Ferrari 360 Modena is available in a variety of colours, offering buyers the opportunity to personalize their vehicles. The five most popular and classic colours for the Ferrari 360 Modena are:

  1. Rosso Corsa: The iconic and traditional Ferrari red.
  2. Giallo Modena: A bright yellow colour that stands out.
  3. Nero: Classic black.
  4. Blu Tour de France: A deep blue shade.
  5. Argento Nurburgring: Silver.



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