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Maserati MC 12 Stradale CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The Maserati MC 12 Stradale is a CSR2 Event Car from Season 64. The MC 12 is not one of the faster Cars in Tier 5.

Maserati MC 12 Stradale Specifications

The real Maserati MC 12 Stradale

Based on the Ferrari Enzo, the new Maserati MC 12 is a top-class sports car. The road-going version of the model, which is successful in the FIA GT series, develops 632 hp.


The bolide named MC 12 was to resume the brand’s racing history in the FIA GT series. In doing so, Maserati enlisted the help of its former main rival Ferrari. The technology of the Maserati MC 12 comes from Ferrari: chassis, suspension, engine and transmission are supplied by the super sports car Enzo. While the differences under the sheet metal are still marginal, the two differ significantly from each other visually. In terms of length, the well-rounded flounder from Modena exceeds the more angular version from Maranello by an incredible 44 centimeters.

The wheelbase of the MC 12 is also an impressive 15 centimeters longer. In contrast to the angular Ferrari Enzo, the 5.14-meter-long Maserati flat is characterized by soft proportions. The cream of the Maserati crop is undoubtedly behind the two bucket seats: With its 632 hp, the MC 12 is one of the absolute top athletes. Compared to the Enzo, however, the engine output is reduced by 28 horsepower to a still powerful 632 hp (Enzo: 660 hp) due to modified cylinder heads and a lowered maximum engine speed in the Maserati.

At the front, the MC 12 stands on wide 245/35 ZR 19 rollers, while at the rear the rear axle drives mighty 345/35 ZR 19 wheels on 19-inch aluminum rims. The seven-spoke rims can be fitted or removed by means of a central locking system.

Those who will then be among the lucky owners will undoubtedly have an automobile gem to call their own. And if the Italians win more victories on the racetracks of this world, Maserati will be heading for glorious times.

The CSR2 MC 12 Stradale

The 5 yellow star Maserati can fit 128 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The MC 12 Stradale should run 7.683s. To sum up, the Maserati MC 12 Stradale is not one of the faster cars in Tier 5.

EventSeason 64

Maserati MC 12 Stradale tune and shift pattern

Maserati MC12 Stradale
Tier5
NOS395 / 4.0
Transmission2.44
Tires3 / 97
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 70-72mph 2nd, 3rd deep good, slight after 3rd NOS, rest perfect shift
Time7.738
Maserati MC12 Stradale (black)
Tier5
NOS242 / 6.2
Transmission2.20
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternPerfect start (needle drop), 2nd perfect & NOS, 8200rpm 3rd and 4th, rest deep good shifts
Time7.750
Maserati MC 12 Stradale Carbon Blu
Tier5
NOS395 / 4.0
Transmission2.43
Tires3 / 97
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 70-72mph 2nd, 3rd deep good, slight after 3rd NOS, rest perfect shift
Time7.738

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