|Romanized name:||Luo Feichi|
|Birthdate:||14 Feb 1990|
2010 — 2011
| Dota 2:
2011-08-01 — 2016-08-28
Luo "Ferrari_430" Fei Chi is a Chinese professional Dota 2 currently teamless.
430 started his career in Mr, but wasn't really well known then. In April 2010, 430 joined ToT. Although the team was very young, they displayed admirable performances in various tournaments, defeating EHOME in ADC and placing 2nd in IEM. However, due to sponsorship problems, the team had to disband. 430 then joined CityHunter but only to leave after a month.
Joining Deity along with teammate LongDD, 430 finally made a name for his skills. In his time in Deity, he placed 2nd in both G-League and WDC, and 4th in SMM. 430 was also awarded 2010's best newcomer.
During the great Chinese reshuffle at the start of 2011, 430 joined CCM along with Zhou, xiao8 and ddc. CCM immediately displayed great performances by winning the Erwan Cup. However, they got disqualified in the subsequent DMT due to transferring a tango for his teammate to sell. CCM participated in Malaysia's IPDC and won, stomping LGD and Scythe in the process, using Invoker and Ancient Apparition in these two games. They then won VSEL, WCG Side Event, ECL and G1 League. However, CCM participated in Starswar 6 in poor form, losing to both EHOME and Tyloo, placing 4th.
iG bought over the whole CCM in 2011. iG participated in WCG China and The International 2011, and underperformed. Subsequently, iG did not meet all sorts of expectations by being defeated in the Round of 8 during WDC, iG then merged. The merging proved to be a positive change as iG went undefeated at SMM 2011 to win gold right after it. On the World Tour against DK, 430 gained a lot of fame after managing to achieve a solo kill on rOtk's Broodmother without invisibility detection using only Templar Assassin's splash damage. iG was also able to achieve victory in The International 2012 after defeating Natus Vincere in a set of 3-1.
- 23 July | Interview with Ferrari_430 prior to The International 2 By It's Gosu
- i-City Pro DotA Tournament (2011)
- World Cyber Games side event (2011)
- VS E-sports League (2011)
- E-Sports Champions League Season 2 (2011)
- G1 Tournament Season 1 (2011)
- World Cyber Games China (2011)
- Cyberathlete Professional League (2011)
- E-Sports Champions League Season 3 (2011)
- Alienware Top Gamer (2011)
- SMM Grand National DotA Tournament (2011)
- E-Sports Champions League Season 4 (2011)
- GIGABYTE RTS Xmas Fight (2011)
- Hao Fang Golden League (2011)
- China Joy National Esports Championship (2011)
- The International 2 (2012)
- World Cyber Games 2012 (2012)
- G-League (2013)
- Ace Dota 2 League (2014)