For sale at ARTCURIAL Auction at Le Mans Classic – 2008 Ferrari F430 GTC Evo n° 2634 Michelotto

Estimation 450,000 – 600,000 €
 
All details about the sale HERE

Competition car
Unregistered

Chassis n° F131 EVOGTC #2634

– 2009 GT Open Champion
– Considerable track record and clear history
– Perfectly maintained, ready to race on track
– Genuine racing Ferrari, outstanding performance
– Certainly the fastest of only 38 examples produced

All Results of Chassis F131 EVOGTC 2634

Year : 2008
DATE RACE NO. DRIVERS ENTRANT RESULT
20.04.2008 GT Open Vallelunga 23 Alexander/ Pompidou Trottet Racing 9th / 5th
18.05.2008 GT Open Valencia 23 Alexander/ Pompidou Trottet Racing DNF / 4th
01.06.2008 GT Open Spa 23 Moser / Fässler Trottet Racing 1th / 14th
13.07.2008 GT Open Estoril 23 Moser / Pompidou Trottet Racing 2th / 9th
12.07.2008 GT Open Valencia 23 Moser / Fässler Trottet Racing 1th / DNS
21.09.2008 GT Open Magny-Cours 23 Moser / Fässler Trottet Racing 1th / DNS
05.10.2008 GT Open Monza 23 Pompidou / Dumbreck Trottet Racing DNF / 3th
02.11.2008 GT Open Barcelona 23 Moser / Fässler Trottet Racing 2th / 3th

Year : 2009
DATE RACE NO. DRIVERS ENTRANT RESULT
19.04.2009 GT Open Imola 5 Camathias / Fässler Trottet Racing 6th / 1th
17.05.2009 GT Open Algarve 5 Camathias / Fässler Trottet Racing 4th / 1th
28.06.2009 GT Open Spa 5 Camathias / Fässler Trottet Racing 5th / 2th
05.07.2009 GT Open Donington 5 Camathias / Fässler Trottet Racing 5th / 2th
20.09.2009 GT Open Magny-Cours 5 Camathias / Fässler Trottet Racing 1th/5th
04.10.2009 GT Open Monza 5 Camathias / Fässler Trottet Racing 1th / 1th
01.11.2009 GT Open Barcelona 5 Camathias / Fässler Trottet Racing 2th / 9th
08.11.2009 GT Open Algarve 5 Camathias / Fässler Trottet Racing 1th / 9th

PALMARES
9 victoires
5 deuxièmes places
2 troisièmes places
Soit 16 podiums
Championne GT OPEN 2019 avec Marcel Fässler et Joel Camathias
Le châssis #2634 est le dernier des 53 fabriqués par Michelotto. Cette voiture a reçu les toutes dernières évolutions en 2009 car Ferrari voulait gagner le championnat.

The Ferrari 430 GTC was introduced in 2006 to replace the 360 GTC and race in the GT2 class in the FIA GT Championship, American Le Mans Series and 24 Hours of Le Mans. The Maranello manufacturer entrusted the implementation and technical governance to its trusted partner Michelotto. With only 38 examples built, the F430 GTC dominated the GT2 class by winning the 2006 and 2007 Manufacturer / Team and Drivers titles in FIA GT, the 2007 Manufacturer and Drivers ALMS, as well as the 12 Hours of Sebring in 2007 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2008, to name a few.
This particular car also has an impressive track record and won the 2009 Open GT Championship with Team Trottet Racing. Between 2008 and 2009, this F430 achieved nine pole positions, five times runner-up and twice third place on the podium. This is the last of the 38 chassis produced by Michelotto and since coming out of the factory, this car has had only three owners. This F430 was fully serviced by Michelotto in September 2009 and also got the latest technical innovations in the same instance. It is also worth mentioning that it is certainly the only one to have benefited from such developments. It still has its original 2009 livery version and is now ready to race. As evidenced, its crankcase pressure values are similar to a new engine. Known as a talented driver, its current owner acquired it in 2018 and he’s the second private owner only after Trottet Racing. Since 2018, he has entrusted its servicing to the CMR team, led by Charly Bourachot with whom he occasionally raced with in Europe. This genuine Ferrari is undoubtedly an outstanding opportunity in terms of historic value and also pure performance in the long line of Endurance Ferrari machines. This car can therefore compete in various racing events, like the ones organised by Peter Auto, the Masters or on other legendary circuits. Let’s also emphasise the fact that this 430 GTC is one of the latest racing car generations fitted with exceptional developments. With a pristine track record and condition, this Ferrari is now ready to race and win. Its potential as a collector’s item is still in the making, as it is a car that has won over all those who have had the chance to drive it.

For sale at ARTCURIAL Auction during the Le Mans Classic – 2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge

Estimate is EUR 60.000 – 80.000,–
 
Direct link to the auction HERE
 
Competition car
Unregistered
Chassis No 119529
Engine No 73769- Powerful Ferrari racing car
– Fascinating previous history
– Same owner for the past 10 years

Offering gentlemen drivers the opportunity to race with cars derived from the production series has always been a priority for Ferrari. After the 348 Berlinetta and the F355, it’s the 360 Modena Challenge’s turn to shine on the most prestigious circuits. With its 3,586 cc V8 engine, it produces the same power as the road car (almost 400 hp at 8,500 rpm) but includes some modifications designed to improve its performance on track.
This 360 Modena Challenge roamed most of the Italian circuits until the mid-2000s with the “Di Risio competizione” team for the Italian Challenge, as stated in its historical technical passport (Passporto tecnico CSAI). This Modena has notably raced on the most beautiful Italian circuits (Monza, Imola, Misano, Mugello, etc.), sometimes driven by well-known drivers such as the Maccario family, high-level gentlemen drivers from the Alessandria region. It was then sold to the famous Scuderia Giudici who leveraged it in Open GT. At that time, aerodynamic developments were carried out on the car, which are still included to date. Its Spanish racing passport specifies racing events in which this car participated in 2006 (Monza, Magny-Cours, Jarama…).
In 2011, the car had an extensive diagnosis at Rosso Corsa, the Ferrari distributor in Milan. It was then sold to an enthusiast in the south of France who wanted to use it for track days. The latter ended up not using it and in 2012, he sold the Modena to its current owner. Residing next to Dijon, this enthusiastic gentleman driver uses his car only once or twice a year on the Dijon-Prenois circuit! The car was serviced in 2019: timing belts were changed and the dashboard cover was refurbished. The car has not been used since then and is presented in used condition, showing traces of its awesome racing history. Fitted with certain aerodynamic innovations from the time it raced in Open GT, this Modena Challenge is sold with four additional BBS rims. It’s a unique opportunity to drive in a high-performance Ferrari racing car, still at a very reasonable running cost.

+++Wings for Life – Charity Auction 5. Challenge and GT Days 2022+++

Dear friends, we are close to our 5. Challenge and GT Days next week 7.-8. June.

An absolutely highlight is always our Charity Auction for “Wings for Life” at the Gala Evening on the 7th.

Last year we got sensationell 91.000,– (!) Euros in total and 84.000,– for „Wings for Life“. It will be very difficult to beat, but we give our best as every year.

This year we have also so many, extremely important items for the auction that it deserves again a story here and at the website. The auction will be professional supported and handled with our new Partner RM Sotheby’s.

If you are not able to join us for the Charity Auction in the evening tuesday 7st. June (around 9pm) and you want to bid, please let us know, we help you via phone. Please get in contact with Stephan Knobloch SKnobloch@rmsothebys.com (phone +43 664 300400 2)

 

Highlights:

Original Drivers Shoes from NIKI LAUDA – donated via Wings for Live via the Lauda famile (mille mille grazie)

  • 1984 Mc Laren F1 Championship
  • The shoes where to small for him, thats why he had to cut a whole for his toes
  • Since then these shoes where his luck shoes and he woar them very often at F1 races
  • The shoe lace where new, shoes are in total original condition

Artwork by Ertuğrul Demir – donated by the artist via RM Sotheby‘s

Car Model: 70cm x 40 cm x 20cm, Aluminium on a glass plate 

Details about the artist: HERE

2021er Formel 1 from Red Bull Racing – donated from Red Bull via Wings for Life

  • World Champion Max Verstappen (#33)
  • Sergio Perez (#11) Turkey special livery for HONDA
  • Hand signed from the World Champion Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez

Original Challenge and GT Painting by Artist http://yandenes.com/ – Donated by the Challenge and GT Organisation (so it’s me Heinz 😉

2021 original Ferrari cap – donated from Scuderia GOHM

Signed by Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz junior

Racing Shirt by Competizioni GT Works Driver Toni Vilander – donated by Jan B. Lühn

And some more items, stay tuned…