The Ferrari Challenge Stradale was noted as the highest performance, road legal version of the infamous 360 series when it was built in the early 2000s. Based around a 360 Modena model, the design has called on the classic Pareto principle by intending 20% for track use and the other 80% for road use. Boasting a V8-engine that revs up to 8,700 rpm with a top speed of around 190 mph, the engineering team behind the project removed all unnecessary items to make it as light as possible. Additional impressive features include Brembo carbon ceramic brakes, which removed 16 kg from the design and an endless array of colors to choose from. View the video above to watch and hear the Challenge Stradale in all its glory.