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  1. TAGMotorsports

    TAGMotorsports Formula Junior

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    Whenever we get a chance at TAG Motorsports to push the envelope of a build, we jump at it. And anytime we have had the opportunity to build a Novitec N-Largo project we have jumped at it.

    Introducing the finished TAG Motorsports F8 Tributo N-Largo project! This is 1 of 15 in the world that will be built. And the first completed in North America. Being our 6th full N-Largo build, and our 3rd full Ferrari N-Largo build. And we have worked on 9 N-largo builds overall.

    A full transformation from the F8, the N-Largo program pushes the F8 to 796 hp, while making the front track 7 centimeters wider and the rear track 13 centimeters wider. The aero components and body panels were optimized in wind tunnel testing and are constructed of light but high strength Carbon Fiber. One thing our staff marvels at is the quality of carbon fiber that Novitec offers, and that was elevated on the N-largo. Super light, rigid, and high-quality finish describe the carbon fiber used on this kit. As much Novitec as we have seen come through this door, we were still impressed.

    Another element that was impressive was the performance. We went to Stage 3 but went with the sport cat downpipes. It still sounds amazing and takes off like a bat out of hell, but still delivers a very smooth powerband. Output could have been bumped to 808 going with the catless downpipes. But this power level (and sound) is more than enough for most.

    The F8 has some beautiful curves, and with the N-largo kit providing even more extreme curves and lines, we had to take extra measures to triple check everything to make sure alignment and fitment of the pieces were proper especially in the quarter panel region. But all the hard work paid off! Once finished it truly transformed the F8 into a car out of this world, and the presence it brings can’t fully be described in pictures or words. We hope you get a chance to see one of these amazing projects in person.

    Until then here are some amazing photos and videos of this F8 N-Largo.

    More photos can be found HERE

    And here is an amazing video shot by Vossen

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  3. ilko

    ilko Karting

    Aug 20, 2008
    Ew. Looks like a Lambo. And not in a good way.
  4. Il Co-Pilota

    Il Co-Pilota F1 Veteran
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    May 29, 2019
    Hopefully some place nice.
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  5. soulsea

    soulsea Formula Junior
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    Apr 14, 2018
    You guys are so negative.

    Let's focus on the positives ...

    It's a lovely parking lot.
  6. Tarek307

    Tarek307 Formula 3
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    Sep 26, 2018
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    Tarek Salah
    sounds good..looks, well not so much..but still great work for people who like that sort of stuff
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  8. Il Co-Pilota

    Il Co-Pilota F1 Veteran
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    May 29, 2019
    Hopefully some place nice.
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    And the sun is out...

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  9. harrish1985

    harrish1985 Formula Junior
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    Jun 17, 2016
    Miami, FL
    I’m sorry but the Novitec springs and exhaust sure but you’ve completely butchered the look of the car. It looks like a Lego car my 2 year old son pieces together.
  10. buddyg

    buddyg F1 Rookie
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    Sep 20, 2004
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    Rear quarters are way too square.
  11. jackmac

    jackmac Rookie

    Aug 4, 2005
    novitech kit looks great on the F12/812, not so much on the f8
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  13. Richris1

    Richris1 Formula Junior
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    Dec 27, 2011
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    Have to agree with others…..this kit ruins the beautiful lines of the F8. It’s a bit TOO much.

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