Two-camera video footage from inside the cabin shows champion driver taking the 458 Challenge to the limit around the Monza track in Italy.

Here's a video with an cabin-view of the Ferrari 458 Challenge doing its thing on the track at the Monza circuit in Italy.

The driver is the 2010 Trofeo Pirelli Italia winner Stefano Gai, and the two cameras mounted on the car really do help give than in-car-feel to the video of the track run.

The 458 Challenge is based on the road-going 458 Italia and is powered by a 4499cc V8 engine with 570 PS (562 hp / 419 kW) and 540 Nm (398 lb-ft) of torque coupled to a modified dual-clutch gearbox with 'F1-Trac' (traction control) for both wet and dry conditions.

The 458 Challenge also comes with a race suspension featuring solid aluminum bushings, stiffer springs, and single-rate dampers, Brembo CCM2 brakes and 19-inch wheels fitted with Pirelli tires, of course. The racer is also on a diet compared with the standard 458 Italia and features lightweight components.


Gallery: Ferrari 458 Italia Challenge on the track at Monza [video]