Taking full ownership of Fiat in 1993, Maserati was able to benefit from the extraordinary Ferrari V8 engine (4,244 cm3) for the launch of its new 4200GT “Coupé”. The Trofeo, launched in 2003 and derived from the 4200 GT, is a car destined exclusively for racing and in particular for the “Trofeo Maserati”, the “single-make” motorsport championship where only this model could compete. Almost 250 kg lighter than a 4200 GT Series, the Trofeo gains power with 413 HP obtained thanks to an all-new engine management and a new exhaust system. Since 2005, some changes have paved the way for possible participation in the FIA GT championships. Developed by the racing department and built in collaboration with Italtecnica, the Maserati Gransport Trofeo Light is, as the name suggests
Our car was completely raised, equipped with a Sedav gearbox with frontal engagement, one of the two produced.
Piloted by 4 formula one drivers such as Andrea Montermini, Nicola Larini, Arturo Merzario and Alessandro Nannini