In the 1980s and 1990s, Ferrari's mid-engine models were known for being tough to service. Ferrari F50, on the other hand, may be the most challenging.
In late 2017, Joe Macari Servicing, a Ferrari-authorized store in London, shared a time-lapse clip and a few photos of an F50 clutch service operation on Instagram. The supercar's clutch had to be replaced, but how?
Remove the entire rear part of the vehicle! In the video, two specialists are seen dismantling everything to have access to the transaxle.
The back section of the car remains in place as the rest of the vehicle is hoisted up and away. The effort necessary in replacing the clutch on an F50 is now clear.