The model of 8CTF from the automaker house of Italian Maserati was produced within the time span of 1938 and 1939. The specialty of this car was that it was the exclusive Italian car that had won the Indianapolis 500 racing ground apart from Dallara which provided with the framing structure but not the engine specification.
The model abbreviation of 8CTF stands for the prominent features of this sports racing car such as 8 speaks of the number of cylinder adjusted in its engine, T for the head part and the F for its fixed attributes. The primary features that are considered as specialty of this car in the automotive industry include independent supply of power from four individual cylinders, two compressors that look like Roots. In the year of 1939 again, there were some renovation and modifications in the engine so that it can deliver a powerful performance of minimum 366 hp.
Added to these, there’s another feature in the Maserati 8CTF vehicle that makes it a favored choice with ease is the oil tank positioning which is placed at the crossing section of the central framing.
It was on the year of 15th May 1938 that the model of this car made its introduction in the Grand Prix competitive ground of Tripoli, added with excellence of performance. However with the approach of the scenario of World War II, the production gradually started to thin off, thus ending the developmental process of this car. In the racing ground, this car had won two prestigious competitive grounds that were nicknamed as the Boyle Special editions.