Facebook

Ferrari 333 SP A Pictorial History 1993-2003

LN04111

New product

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 2019

In this richly illustrated book, Terry O’Neil details the origins of a remarkable racecar, the Ferrari 333 SP. 

Delivery within 8 days

137,44 €

Notes et avis clients

personne n'a encore posté d'avis

Noter / écrire un commentaire

This vehicle heralded the automaker’s return to professional sports car competition after an absence of more than twenty years.

The car was built specifically for use by privateers with the assistance of Dallara and then Michelotto, and none of the 40 models were entered into races by the Ferrari factory.

The cars were sold to customer teams and individuals with a purchase price of US$900,000.

Introduced on the American racing circuit in 1994, it found instant success and continued to be a major player in numerous races in the US and Europe.

Of the 126 races the 333 SP entered, it emerged victorious in nearly fifty, making it one of the most successful sport prototype cars in Ferrari’s history.

Of the original 40 cars built, 27 were raced and these cars are pictured in this book along with details of the races and results.

Containing more than 800 images – many never previously published – it is a vivid look at this inimitable automobile.

An appendix reprints the car’s Certificate of Authenticity and lists the various race entries and results by chassis.

Auteur Terry O’Neil
Éditeur Dalton Watson
Date de parution November 2019
Format 24 x 32 cm
ISBN 978-1-85443-305-3
Illustration 850 Colour Photos
Nombre de page 420
Langue English
Condition New
Binding Hardbound with dust jacket

Soyez le premier à donner votre avis !

Accessories

250,00 €
Bon état jaquette et livre,  Signé par l'auteur. Depuis près de 40 ans, le livre de référence sur la...
118,39 €
AVAILABLE DECEMBER 2019 The story of the mid-engined “Sharknose” Ferraris is one of glory and drama....
85,21 €
AVAILABLE DECEMBER 2019 With racing cars being built mainly for performance, only few of them combine...
71,09 €
Ce nouveau livre raconte l'histoire de la Ferrari 250 LM châssis 5895.