1994 Ferrari 348 GT Michelotto Competizione at RM Sothebys Auction Milan

 
Ferrari 348 GTC Michelotto
 
Chassis No. ZFFUA35B000098226
Engine No. 35506
 
– One of 11 built 348 GT Competizione
– Michelotto hand built Racing Car
– One of three cars with period racing history
– One owner from new Mr. P. Andersen
– extremely well documented
– Eligible for the Ferrari Club Competizione GT, Challenge and GT Days, Endurance Legends,…
 
Chassis number #98226 is one of 11 cars being hand built by Michelotto in Padua (nine 348 GTCs and two 348 GT LM).
 
Details about the auction HERE at RM Sothebys Auction 
 

GT BIDS FAREWELL TO TEMPLE OF SPEED

The second and last day of Club Competizioni GT at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, took place in ideal weather after Sunday’s rain, which slowed but didn’t halt the track activities.
 
The F430s and 458 Italias – GT3 and GT, cars that wrote important pages in Prancing Horse and motorsport history, took turns on the track. These cars played a starring role with sixteen wins in the series that stopped off at Monza.
 
The second 488 GT Modificata also took centre stage on the day, unleashing more than 700 horsepower and over 1000kg of downforce as the car exceeded 230km/h, a rare occurrence in the temple of speed.
 
Club Competizioni GT will return to the United States for the third round of the season at the legendary Watkins Glen circuit from 21 to 23 May.
 
Story and Photo Ferrari HERE

RAIN DOESN’T STOP CLUB COMPETIZIONI GT AT MONZA

After kicking off the season in Virginia, Club Competizioni GT travelled to Monza for the second round of 2021. Seven Ferraris from the three-year-old Prancing Horse programme took to the track in the historic Monza Park, one of largest enclosed parks in Europe. Among these, the second 488 GT Modificata made its Club Competizioni GT debut, completing its first dynamic test yesterday.
 
Besides the latest addition, the 5793-metre track of the Autodromo Nazionale hosted two 458 Italia GT3s, a 458 Italia GT, an F430 GT, an F430 GT3 and the 488 GT3 of Miroslav and Matus Vyboh, in which they took second place in the 12 Hours of Mugello in the 24H Series together with Josep Kral.
 
The evening saw the Pit Stop Contest, which involved the drivers in an original challenge to establish who was fastest in changing their Pirelli tyres.
 
Despite the heavy rain in the morning, the programme ran smoothly and will continue tomorrow.