An extremely rare Ferrari 333 SP sports prototype is currently for sale and it is bound to be sold in a tear.
The 333 SP was revived in late 1993 and was initially built by Dallara. It was Ferrari’s first sports prototype in 20 years and immediately made an impression for the use of a 4.0-liter naturally ambitious V8 that pumps 641 hp at 11,000 rpm and replaces the 641 Formula 1 car.
Only 40 instances of 333 SP have been created. Dalara built 14 of them and the remaining 26 were built by Michelotto. This special 333 SP, currently for sale RM Sotheby’sOne of the Michelotto cars and chassis 032.
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The list does not go into much detail about the history of vehicle ownership but mentions that it does include a number of key documents including service delivery, its official Ferrari Classic certification and a number of import and customs documentation. From what we can confirm, the 333 SP once lived in Victoria, Australia and was imported to Canada in 2006. It is now in Padova, Italy.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. What we do know is that the 333 SP was generally very successful, claiming first and second place at the 1994 IMSA GT Championships when making its racing debut in the third round. It also claimed victory in 12 Hours of Sabering in 1995 and raced in 24 Hours of Le Mans, finishing sixth in 1997.
Throughout the history of the 333 SP, it has won less than 56 races and claimed the drivers’ championship at the 1995 IMSA GT Championships as well as the FIA Sportscar Championships in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001.