Ferrari Challenge and GT Cars for Sale

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Car Transporter for sale – Renault Midlum 280 dxi

Discreet (Race Car) Transporter for max 4 cars. New Service, tires etc.,…

All details, pics and price HERE

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FOR SALE – Original Ferrari Van. Formerly the property of Garage Francorchamps, FIAT 900T Ferrari Service Van. Total original, never restored, handpainted (!)

Interested? Please ask HERE for more.

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1983 Ferrari 308 GTB Michelotto Group B

Direkt link to Girardo & Co.
Chassis no. ZFFHA01B000022409
Engine no. F105 A 00904
 

Ferrari, Michelotto and the 308 GTB

In 1983, the rules of rallying changed, and Group B regulations were introduced. Little did the regulatory powers realise at the time they had changed the face of rallying forever; rallying was about to enter its greatest era.

Over previous years Michelotto had developed the Ferrari 308 GTB into a potent competitor within the Group IV regulations. With the new regulations in place, Michelotto decided to build only four 308’s to Group B specification. One had a 2-valve engine producing 288bhp, while the following three featured the 2927cc V8 Quattrovavole engine using Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection, resulting in an impressive power output of 320bhp, and revving to 8,000 rpm. These three cars also feature the unique competition ‘quick change’ gearbox. Throughout their period competition days, the final drive ratio could be changed in a matter of minutes with a cover being removed to expose a pair of drop gears.

Highly evolved from their street counterparts with the extensive use of titanium and stripped-down body shells, these three Quattrovavole Group B cars were roughly 2 secs/km faster than the Group 4 308’s on any Special Stage. The Quattrovavole 308 Group B was homologated on 1st April 1983 with document B-241.

These Ferrari 308 GTB Michelotto-prepared cars were approved by Ferrari SEFAC and Ferrari North America, and are now Ferrari Classiche eligible, with this example having already been inspected by Ferrari Classiche and certified.

The Ferrari offered here, chassis ZFFHA01B000022409 was delivered to Michelotto Automobili in Padova, Italy in early 1983 where it was upgraded to the ultimate four-valve Group B specification. Michelotto built only four 308 GTB Group B rally cars, with only three of these being fitted with the ultimate specification, four-valve Ferrari V8, Tipo 105 A engine.

Finished in white, this 308 Group B entered two rallies being driven by Maurizio ‘Menes’ Cavalli in the Italian Rally Championship, the Rally Piancavallo where it finished 3rd overall, and the Coppa Liburna rally in mid-September.

On the 19th September 1983, this Ferrari was issued its Certificate of Origin, and first registered to Ferrari S.p.A, Modena, Italy, being assigned the license ‘MO 600480’. The tenth round of the 1983 World Rally Championship was held in Italy, Rallye Sanremo, with this 308 Group B being driven by Federico Ormezzano and co-driver, Claudio Berro. Ormezzano was a former banking and antiques enthusiast, with one of his competition career highlights being victory at the 1982 Autodromo di Monza rally, the last victory for a Lancia Stratos. Berro was clearly a motorsport enthusiast, having been co-driver in rallies with Peugeot Italia and Peugeot Talbot Sport and Alfa Romeo Autodelta, and in 1994 would go on to be the Ferrari Formula 1 Team Manager. At this event the car was sported sponsorship from SABA, a German electronics company. Wearing race number 14, sadly the car retired with half-shaft failure.

The highlight of this cars 1983 season was up next, the Trofeo Villa d’Este rally in early October, with saw Gigi Martinelli and Emilio Radaelli pilot the car to overall victory. After another Italian rally in early November, this 308 was next partnered with Harry Toivonen at the Rallye di San Marino, round forty-four of the 1983 European Rally Championship. With older brother, Henri Toivonen, also competing in the sister Michelotto 308 Group B, Harry pushed hard to beat his brother, although sadly both cars retired. This 308 Group B competed in two further events to end the 1983 rally season, with images of these events included in the car’s extensive history file.

In January 1984, this 308 Group B was bought by Giuliano Michelotto, founder of Automobili Michelotto, before being sold to A.C.I Leasing. Pro Motorsport S.R.L. was the only team to run Michelotto Group B 308’s, with this car, chassis 22409, being assigned to their latest driver signing, Luigi ‘Lucky’ Battistolli.

Round two of the 1984 European Rally Championship saw this 308 enter the Targa Florio Rally, with Lucky making his Ferrari debut. Despite the latest Michelin TRX tyres providing little assistance, Lucky and co-driver Berro finished second overall, with the sister 308 Group B of Antonio Zanini finishing 3rd. A great result for Ferrari, confirming that the brand could be enhanced by an increased presence in rally.

Lucky drove three more events in early 1984 in the European Rally Championship in this 308 Group B, the Rallye delle Quattro Regioni, and the Rally Costa Smeralda and Rallye dell’Isola d’Elba, finishing second overall the final two. In all four events Lucky drove this car, he was partnered in the car by Claudio Berro.

Another first overall was achieved at the Rally della Marca, before 22409 returned to the European Rally Championship in early July with Ormezzano at the Rallye della Lana. The ADAC Deutschland Rallye followed in early September before another outright victory with Paolo Pasutti at the Rallye Nazionale Citta di Bassano del Grappa in late September. Massimo Ercolani race 22409 in the 1984 Rallye di San Marino, before this car finished second in class at the Rallye dell’Autodromo di Monza.

1985 saw European and nine-time Spanish Rally Champion, Antonio Zanini compete with this car in the Spanish Rally Championship. Rally el Corte Ingles also formed part of the European Rally Championship, and for this event, this 308 Group B was repainted blue, with ‘Playa de las Americas’ sponsorship. This race history has been confirmed with Cristiano Michelotto, with evidence of the blue paint still visible on certain areas of the car today, mainly the roof cooling vent.

Perhaps the most interesting event entered by a 308 was the 1985 Baja Montesblancos. This is a rally raid event held in the region of Aragon in Northern Spain and was launched in 1983. Based on the popularity of the African Adventure rallies such as the Paris Dakar and the Paraons Rally, this event was created by a group of French and Spanish enthusiast.

For this rally raid event, the car was refinished in white, with large Marlboro sponsorship. With extreme temperatures, the car was adapted with an enlarged roof scoop and engine cover to aid cooling, with a Perspex deflector added to the bonnet. Larger mud flaps were fitted, with the fronts being faired in to prevent dust being fed to the air intake for the engine, and in true safari-specification, a spare wheel was strapped to the roof. For this rally raid event, Antonio Zanini shared the cabin with Carmelo Ezpeleta. With over 50-degree heat in the cabin, the car was retired.

After this event, 22409 returned to Italy where it was bought by Style Auto Srl and rebuilt by Michelotto Automobili and finished in Rosso Corsa. Now displaying Italian registration ‘PD 784544’, this 308 was displayed at the Ferrari Owners Club of Great Britain meeting in June 1986. At this event, the car was heavily photographed by Ferrari historian, Keith Bluemel, with these pictures contained within the car’s expansive history file.

In the early 1990’s, this 308 Group B was bought by famed collector, Massimo Ferragamo, the son of Salvatore, a well-known Italian shoe designer and founder of luxury high-end retailer, Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A. Having passed through a French dealer, this 308 was purchased by Robert ‘Bob’ Benedict in the United States of America. During this time, the car received maintenance from Motion Products Inc, before returning to Europe with the current owner in 2006. Upon arrival, this car was road-registered in the UK, and assigned license ‘YEL 938S’. During this ownership, this 308 Group B has been regularly campaigned in the Ferrari historic Challenge in 2006 and 2007.

Importantly, in 2007 this Ferrari 308 GTB Michelotto Group B was inspected and certified by Ferrari Classiche. The red certification binder accompanying this Ferrari confirms it to retain its original chassis, engine, gearbox and differential.

Michelotto built only four Group B 308 GTB’s, with this car, chassis 22409, being one of only three fitted with the ultimate four-valve Ferrari V8 engine. Any Michelotto-built Ferrari is special, but this Ferrari Classiche Certified and fully matching numbers 308 Group B participated in the golden era of rallying at World and European levels. Today, these cars are highly sought after for a variety of the world’s major historic motorsport events, including the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Tour Auto or Modena Cento Ore rallies, or Rallylegend, but are you ready to get behind the wheel?

Price Upon Request

 
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1993 FERRARI 348 GT COMPETIZIONE

The ex-Oprey car and one of three with racing history

For sale by Jan B. Lühn – Details HERE

• One of 11 built 348 GT Competizione
• One of three cars with period racing history
• Freshly overhauled by Michelotto
• Eligible for the Ferrari Club Competizione GT

Chassis No 84248

Model history:
The Ferrari 348 was build as a replacement for the 328. It was presented in 1989 and was built until 1995 as a mid-engine V8-powered 2-seat sports car. It was the final V8 model developed under the direction of Enzo Ferrari before his death, commissioned to production posthumously.

Specific history of this car:
Chassis number #84248 is one of 11 cars being hand built by Michelotto in Padua (nine 348 GTCs and two 348 GT LM). From mid 1993 it was for the first time ever possible to purchase a customers competition car directly from Ferrari. Suitable for several top racing series as Le Mans, Daytona and Sebring, these cars would be pitched up against the likes of Porsche’s mighty 911 RSR’s and the Venturi 400.

Michelotto fitted hot 360bhp engines with reconfigured fuel mapping and F40 halfshafts into the GT Competiziones. Also the bodywork was changed, including a Lexan rear window and lightweight alloy panels for the front lid and engine cover. Carbon composite was used for the doors, bumpers and the undertray, supplementary ducts feeding cool air to the rear brakes. The brakes themselves were uprated 15-inch cross-drilled Brembo discs, wider Speedline five-spoke magnesium wheels being typically shod with slick Goodyear tyres. Michelotto uprated the suspension with fully adjustable Koni dampers and anti dive geometry, strengthening gussets having been installed around the engine bay. The cockpits were completely stripped and fitted with an FIA-spec roll cage, OMP race seats and occasionally, electric windows. Just eleven Michelotto Competizione’s were built, most going straight to collectors who rarely chose to race them.

This specific car was purchased new by the well known dutch Ferrari collector Michel Oprey. He raced the car in several races including among others the Ferrari-Porsche-Challenge from ‘94-’96. On the racetrack he later replaced the car with a Ferrari F40 LM but kept the 348 in his private collection.

The previous owner purchased the car directly from Michel Oprey but never really used it. Since we purchased the car, the GTC went straight back to Michelotto for a complete check and partial restoration. The car has now been returned back to the livery of the 90’s when Oprey raced it in the Porsche-Ferrari Challenge the Netherlands and Germany.

It is believed that #84248 is one of only three 348 GT Competizione that really raced in period.

This is a very rare opportunity to purchase of the first factory built Ferrari GT racing cars. These cars are still very competitive in the right hands and the car can be seen as an entry ticket into prestigious events as the official Ferrari Club Competizione GT, the Masters Series or the Global Endurance races organized by Peter Auto.

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1994 Ferrari 348 GT Michelotto Competizione

All details and more photos HERE

PRICE: EUR 348,000

Chassis 99107

One of just 11 examples hand-built by Michelotto

Excellent, unmolested original condition

3,500 km from new

Extensive mechanical service performed recently

 

The Ferrari 348 GT Michelotto Competizione

The Ferrari 348 GT Michelotto Competizione was produced in limited numbers, with just 11 built and only 4 making their way into the United States. Nine were never raced and put directly into private collections. The Michelotto tuned 348 GTs were given stock engines with modifications that brought 360 bhp with reconfigured fuel mapping and F40 half-shafts. The body was modified with a Lexan rear window and lightweight alloy panels for the engine cover and deck lid. Carbon fibre was used throughout the car for the doors, bumpers and the under tray, supplementary ducts feeding cool air to the rear brakes. 15-inch Brembo disc brakes were covered by 18-inch Speedline center-locking five-spoke magnesium wheels. The suspension was given fully adjustable Koni dampers and a revised geometry. Gussets were installed around the engine bay to increase the structural rigidity. All non-essential interior items were removed in an effort to reduce the overall weight. The interior was at the same time fitted with an FIA-spec roll cage. The stock pedals were replaced with drilled aluminium pedals. Racing seats and a racing steel completed the interior modifications.

This Motorcar

The 348 GT Michelotto Competizione we are offering here is chassis 99107, equipped with original engine 36463. It is one of only 11 cars produced and one of just 4 examples supplied new to the US market. 99107 was shipped to Florida’s largest factory-authorized Ferrari dealer, Shelton Sports Cars, on December 16th 1994. In order to accommodate American FIA regulations, it had been ordered with a special fire-extinguisher system and Momo race seats in addition to all other original Michelotto modifications. 99107 was initially owned by two private collectors until it was acquired by highly respected Texan collector John O’Quinn. After O’Quinn’s sudden passing in 2009, 99107 was sold to current European owner. The car was never raced and only used sparingly for track days and parades throughout its whole life. In 2019 the car went through and extensive mechanical service including full engine check with cam belts replacement, full transmission rebuild as well as a brake purge. 
In the current owner’s hands for the last decade and showing a mere 3,500 original km on the clock, 99107 represents a very rare opportunity and would enhance any Ferrari collection.

Photographed by Stephan Bauer for A & S

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1994 Ferrari 348 Challenge at Worldwide Auctioneers

Estimate is around US $ 150.000

CHASSIS NO: ZFFRG35A5R0098818

All details and more informations about the auction HERE

• 1 of only 32 factory Challenge race cars produced by Ferrari
• One of the only cars that was never raced
• Only 20,772 miles from new
• Exceptional original condition
• Included are books, tools, records, window sticker and extra keys

3,405 cc DOHC V-8 engine, Bosch Motronic fuel injection, 312 HP at 7,200 RPM, five-speed manual transaxle, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, four-wheel double-wishbone suspension with coil springs and shock absorbers

The 348 Challenge cars were the first in the line of the Ferrari Challenge models which are still being produced to this day. As an important part of modern Ferrari history, genuine Challenge cars are now becoming increasingly sought-after. These original factory race cars were modified from the factory with special features that included factory roll bar mounts, racing belt eyelets behind the driver and passenger seats, lightweight fiberglass bumpers and modified suspension geometry. These special factory race cars were then shipped from Maranello to authorized Ferrari dealers for their final Challenge specification parts to be installed. These items included OMP roll cages, OMP racing seats, OMP five-point harnesses, 18” Speedline wheels, Challenge specification exhausts, Challenge springs and more. The Ferrari 348 and 355 Challenge cars have the distinction of being the last Ferrari factory racing cars produced that could be driven on the street and mark the end of an era. These last Challenge cars still retained a manual gearbox and do not have on-board computers, traction control and F1 gearboxes, making them fairly easy to repair and service. These cars are raw, pure and very fun to drive.

Ferrari produced just 32 factory Challenge cars for the American market. This exceptional example, Chassis Number 098818, was delivered new to Ferrari of Monterey, in Monterey, California. The owner’s manual was signed by none other than Al Roberts, of Ferrari Challenge fame. What is most unusual and of interest to many Ferrari historians is the fact that the words “Challenge Package” and “Ferrari 348 TB Challenge” are written on its original factory window sticker. Equally rare is the fact that this 348 Challenge is potentially one of only three or four of these cars never converted for racing. It has never been raced and has spent its entire life as a road car in Southern California. This highly desirable Ferrari is in stunning original condition with original paint, original interior and with all its rare and identifiable Ferrari 348 Challenge specifications. Equally at home on the road or on the track, this is a rare chance to acquire one of the most significant Ferraris of the era.

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Ferrari 348 tb Challenge for sale in Belgium
 

More Details here direct at the sellers website http://www.vdvgrant.be/en/ferrari/348-gtb-challenge

Talk about the car here at the Challenge board http://www.fchgt.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=3

The GTB was the last version of the 348 coupe to be built.  Subtle changes were incorporated to improve the styling, suspension geometry, chassis and engine power over the previous 348 TB model.  One of only 252 produced this particular GTB chassis 98542 was purchased new in early 1994 by Mr. M Oprey through the famous Dutch Ferrari importer Kroymans.  The car was immediately converted to Ferrari Challenge specification using the Ferrari supplied Challenge kit by DLR Tuning in Holland for the 1994 race season.  It then raced in the European Ferrari Challenge Championship 1994-1995 without incident.  The majority of the original 348 Challenge cars were converted from 348 TB or TS cars making this GTB example extremely rare.

The 348 Challenge cars were the first in the line of the Ferrari Challenge models which are still being produced to this day.  As an important part of modern Ferrari history genuine Challenge cars with period racing history are now becoming increasingly sought after. This unmolested car has covered 10,067km and is complete with its original warranty manual, Ferrari supplied 348 Challenge Press photographs/documents and 348 GT Owner’s manual.  The 348 Challenge is one of the last Ferraris to offer a pure driving experience with no power assistance or electronic aids; equally at home on the road or on the track.


 

RHD 1997 Ferrari 355 Challenge

Details and more pictures HERE

This car is 1 of only 11 Original Right Hand Drive Challenge 355s. This example has been very road useble and is road leagal having just been MOT’d.

The car currently has standard 355 road car brakes but included in the sale are its correct F40 LM brakes. In May 2019 the car had a major engine out cambelt service and anything else that needed doing was done at this time. The cam covers were also re painted.

The seats are the original correct carbon VID seats and have been fully retrimmed in the original material.

The car has spent the past few years in the ownership of a well known Ferrari mechanic, Ferrari racing driver and enthusiast who has brought her up to the condition she is presented in today.

Ready for the season ahead and unbelievably easy to drive whilst being incredibly capable on track, this rare breed now seeks a new home.

£159,950

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1995 Ferrari F355 Challenge

All details and more photos HERE

Ferrari F355 Challenge Factory built.

Delivered by Ferrari 06/07/1996

An outstanding collector quality Genuine Ferrari F355 challenge, 10k km’s. One of only 108 factory built examples. Complete original car. Undergone beautiful painstaking refurbishment to near concours standard, with fully documented nut and bolt photographic record. Unique.

This car was driven by Jose Miguel Coletta and won the 1998 Ferrari Challenge Venezuela. This Championship winning car (No19) is the ultimate Challenge collectors piece.

This car has an outstanding history file with the cars racing records and pictures, restoration documentation, registration details and bills / receipts.

Probably the best F355 Challenge in existence.

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1996 Ferrari F355 Challenge

All details HERE

Mileage : 18.350 Kms
First registration date : 1996
Color : Red
Interior color : Black
Power (kw) : 280
Power (cv) : 380
Cubic capacity : 3496cc
Number of cylinders : 8
Fuel type : Petrol
Gearbox : Manual
Layout : RWD
Number of seats : 2
 

More info coming soon.. 

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1995 Ferrari F355 Challenge, street legal, Championship winner

Details and more Pictures: https://www.classicdriver.com/de/car/ferrari/f355/1995/542590

All taxes paied, Car is in Austria. Major technical service done with invoices.

This particular 355 was campaigned extensively (and very successfully) in the North American Challenge Series, from 1997 to 2000. With many first places across the country, throughout its career, it was actually 1st overall, in the 2000 season!
What makes this car even more special however, is the fact that it is titled for road use. A total of just 108 F355 Challenge cars were built (18 of which were right hand drive), making them extremely rare, but finding a road legal example, with a US title, is far rarer still (possibly, one of only two such cars in the US and one of only ten worldwide).

This therefore, represents an unparalleled opportunity to purchase not only one of the rarest examples of the last manual transmission, Ferrari Challenge cars, but also a championship-winning one with a superb racing history!

History:
1997 Ferrari F355 Challenge USA:
Driver: Carlos Hank Jr.
Sebring March 15-16, 5th
Texas World Speedway April 26-27, Race one: 1st, Race two: 2nd
Sears Point May 16-17, 1st
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve June 13-15, 2nd
Lime Rock August 1-2, Race one 2nd, Race two 1st
Las Vegas Motor Speedway September 18-20, 4th
Ferrari Challenge International Finals, Pergusa, Italy November 7-9
Race one 6th, Race two 5th
USA Championship 3rd (1670 pts)
1998 Ferrari F355 Challenge USA:
Driver: Carlos Hank Jr.
Lime Rock June 26-27, Race one 1st, Race two 6th
Road Atlanta August 1-2, Race one 4th, Race two 3rd
Pikes Peak September 19-20, 18th
1999 Ferrari F355 Challenge USA:
Color changed to Argento, car number 69
Driver: Christian Briggs
Willow Springs March 5-7, 11th
Sebring March 19-21, 9th
Homestead April 16-18, Race one 19th, Race two 15th, Enduro 3rd
Lime Rock June 25-27, Race one 16th, Race two 14th, Enduro 8th
Road Atlanta August 6-8, Race one 7th, Race two 18th, Enduro 5th
Laguna Seca October 9-10, 15th
USA Championship 10th (tie), Endro 5th
2000 Ferrari F355 Challenge USA:
Driver: Christian Briggs
Homestead April 9, 1st
Pikes Peak April 29, 1st
Road Atlanta May 19, 13th (fastest qualifier 1:34.944/95.551mph)
Road Atlanta May 20, 1st
Road Atlanta May 21, Enduro 11th
Montreal June 18, 6th (F355)
Lime Rock July 14th, 3rd
Road America August 5-6, Race one 1st, Race two 1st
Indianapolis Motor Speedway September 23-24, Race one 2nd (F355), Race two 6th (F355)
USA Championship 1st overall, Enduro 13th overall
World finals Mugello, Italy December 18, 1st

It has just completed a full, engine-out service at a cost of over $19,000 and is consequently ready to enjoy on the road & track immediately!

Please ask for more…

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F355 Challenge

All details about the Ferrari HERE

1 of 108 Challenge cars Championship winner in 1995 and 1996 EX Guitteny

Big race history Challenge Ferrari in 1995 & 1996, French and European GT championship in 1998/2000. French and European Hill climb championship in 2001/2003

Serial number 101046

Recent heavy service,

Commes with 6 extra rims

Road registration in France

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A unique and special 1994 Ferrari F355 Challenge car with european street legal title

One of the FIRST – A unique and special 1994 Ferrari F355 Challenge car with european street legal title.

This 355 Challenge was delivered as a Berlinetta to a well known Ferrari Dealer. At that time there was a Challenge KIT available from Ferrari which was bought by the Dealer and mounted according to the Ferrari Cahllenge specifications into the car to race in his own Team. Thats the reason, why this car has a street legal titel. This was possible only in the year 1994, as from 1995/1996 on, Ferrari delivered purely factory made  race cars without street legal titles.
The car is from 1994 so one of the first Challenge cars ever.

The car comes with a fresh service from a well known Ferrari Dealer.

This Ferrari has been restored making perhaps best condition 355 CH available anywhere.

Painted in the original Rosso Corsa.

New Paint, new livery graphics (removable if purchaser so desires), new leather dash & new leather trim around the rear window, new alcantara headliner, new Pirelli Trofeo tires, all the interior plastic switches were refinished so as to eliminate any of the so-called “sticky” parts.  New Challenge set covers were obtained from Italy, including seat cushions, to restore the seats to new looking condition. A lot of Carbon parts in the interior. An engine-out service & detail was performed, seatbelts restored, new windshield (original windshield had a few pit marks), restored wheels, etc.

This F355CH marks the end of the Enzo Era. There will never be another Ferrari road and track race-car like this. A car you can drive to the track, race and drive home.

Asking price 150.000 EUR
Details: harsten@excite.com

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Ferrari 355 Challenge – Ferrari Official Certification

Details and more pictures HERE

Asking price is 189.900,–
 
OFFICIAL AUTENTICITY FERRARI CHALLENGE CERTIFICATION – FERRARI CLASSIC COLLECTION
 
– GIALLO MODENA.
– BLACK INTERIOR.
– 6 SPEEDS MANUAL GEARBOX.
– CARBON FIBER BACKET SEATS.
– “OMP” 4 POINTS SEAT BELT.
– “MOMO” ALCANTARA STEERING WHEEL.
– CARBON FIBER SPOILER.
– BLACK 18″ WHEELS.
– YELLOW BRAKE CALIPERS.
– ROLL BAR.
– CARBON FIBER DOORS AND DOOR STRIPS.
– POWER WINDOWS.
– AIR CONDITIONER.
 
– GERMAN PLATES REGISTRATION.
– OFFICIAL FERRARI BOOK CERTIFICATION CHALLENGE VERSION.
– VEHICLE APPROVED FOR STREET.
– SEALED SERVICE BOOK.
– “355 CHALLENGE” ORIGINAL BOOKS.
– COMPLETELY RESTORED.
– COLLECTION CAR.
– CONCOURS CONDITION.
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1995 Ferrari F355 Challenge for sale at Ferrari Houston TX

Price is US$ 179.995

More details and pictures HERE

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1995 Ferrari 355 Challenge

Direkt link to the sale: http://www.cocmotors.com/carsellers/ferrari-355-challenge/

Description

Année 1995 / Origine Suisse mais immatriculation française / Une des 109 Challenge immatriculées / 13 935 kilomètres (compteur changé en 2012 à 35 000km d’origine) / Sièges OMP Ferrari Challenge / Échappement spécifique inox / Boîte manuelle / Matching numbers / Factures / Très bon état général

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1994 Ferrari F355 – Challenge

More details and pictures HERE

Race history from 1995 – 1999

1995 Challenge Europa Süd, Team Paolo Jasson und Giorgio Schön
1996 Challenge Europa Süd, Driver: Fabian Peroni
1997 Challenge Europa Süd, Driver: Alberto de Bernardi
1999 World Final Vallelunga, Driver: Vinzenzo Martinez

– street legal since September 1996
– German street registration
– last timing belt change at 50,000 km in November 2015
– roll cage and racing seats has been removed and black leather road interior fitted

Subject to errors and prior sale

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2002 Ferrari 360 Challenge (road legal)

Details about the car HERE

This is a limited racing car specced for public road use.
As it has never been on any races and has low mileage, it really is in exceptional condition throughout

Transmission: Semi-automatic
Accident Free
Smoke Free
Power Steering
Alloy wheel
Sideslip prevention device
Traction control
Low down body

Combining power and elegance, it is surely a testament to Ferrari’s spectacular success in the racing car industry

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Ferrari 360/430 Challenge racing car GTC/GT3
 
Details and more photos HERE at Ni-Cola Auction
 
The offered vehicle is based on a Ferrari 360 Challenge racing car, which was used in various series in 2001 by the Ferrari dealer Denzel; later this car was updated to the optical and aerodynamic level of the 430 GT3 according to Ferrari’s specifications; the entire carbody is made of carbon fiber – carbon; furthermore, this car is equipped with a brake system as well as a cooling system (part of the aerodynamics of the GT3 – see front opening) and the lifting system of the 430 GT3; the engine has 3559ccm and performs depending on the software tuning approx. 450 HP; with this car it is possible to drive at the Endurance Legends series as well as at the Ferrari Racing Days and other classic racing events; the car has a car pass and is immediately ready for useCondition: 2-Limit: € 60.000,00
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The 2006 Ferrari Works Prototype F430 GTC
 
 
Chassis 2404 – One of the most important Ferrari racing cars of it’s time is for sale at Jan B. Lühn
 
Model history:
The Ferrari F430 shared its aluminum chassis with the 360 that preceded it, but its Pininfarina-penned styling charted a new course for Maranello. The F430 channeled Ferrari’s past designs with taillights from the Enzo, Testarossa-like side mirrors that stretched out from its A-pillars, and ducts integrated into its sides and front fascia akin to 1960s Formula 1 cars. Pininfarina’s Frank Stephenson is credited with the F430’s striking design.Though its styling was eye-catching, the F430’s big newsmaker at its debut at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show was under its glass engine cover. The F430 marked the first use of Ferrari’s new dual overhead camshaft, 32-valve V-8 engine, codenamed F136 E. The 90-degree V-8 was co-developed with Maserati, but Maranello’s version got its own 180-degree flat-plane crankshaft. Chain-driven camshafts replaced rubber belts in the automaker’s previous eight-cylinder. The new, modern V-8 was the first clean-sheet design for Ferrari in about half a century. The new engine sent its approximately 490 hp to the rear wheels via either a six-speed manual transmission or the automaker’s six-speed F1 gearbox.It did not take long for Ferrari to take the wraps off a GT2 racing version of the F430. Developed with longtime racing partner Michelotto Automobili, the F430 GTC was eligible for American Le Mans Series racing, the Le Mans Series, the FIA GT Championship, and even the 24 Hours of Le Mans!The F430 GTC made use of a downsized 4.0-liter version of the new V-8 in order to comply with FIA rules. The F430 GTC’s engine was rated at 470 hp, but its impressive power-to-weight ratio meant it was significantly faster than the 550-hp F430 GT3. A six-speed sequential-shift transmission put power to the wheels in rapid fashion. The F430 GTC featured a big rear wing with an integrated Gurney flap to enhance the design’s already impressive downforce plus carbon fiber body panels to reduce weight. Race cars rode on 18-inch center-lock lightweight wheels wrapped in Michelin racing slicks rather than the 19-inch wheels with Pirelli tires on street cars. While the road-going F430 debuted adjustable dampers could be tweaked via a knob on its steering wheel, the F430 GTC’s suspension retained garage-only adjustment. Noting the difference between the street F430 and the F430 GTC  during a test at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah in 2012, Road & Track wrote that the two Ferraris “are like shades of red: in a similar family, yes, but totally different.”The F430 GTC got off to a strong start by winning the FIA GT2 Manufacturers’ Cup and Drivers’ title in 2006 and 2007, the ALMS GT2 Manufacturers’ Title in 2007, and it won the GT2 class at Le Mans in 2008. Ultimately, the F430 GTC made Ferrari a dominant force in GT racing, and this has continued with the 458 GT2 and 488 GTE. In total approximately 46 examples were built.Specific history of this car:
Chassis 2404 is the first ever built 430 GTC and was used by Ferrari SpA as a prototype/development car and as one of the very first Ferrari Works cars.Following the typical nomenclature of Ferrari chassis numbers, one would think that 2402 is the first built car. But somehow, Michelotto, who builds the racing GT cars for Ferrari always used the xx04 for the prototype! Also is the 2404 the only car that   was sold after its active career directly by Ferrari, all other cars were being sold by various racing teams.Apart from a lot of testing, developing and homologation things, 2404 was also entered by Ferrari SpA/AF Corse (the Ferrari Works team) in several races with drivers as Bruni, Vilander, Melo, Parente and Barba.„Jimmi“ Bruni today is known as one of the most successful GT drivers ever! Date                      Track                                    Drivers                      Result
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• 4 Oct 2009     2 hours of Paul Richard       Bruni/Vilander      1st• 25 Oct 2009   2 hours of Zolder                  Bruni/Vilander      4th• 18 Jul 2010     6 hours of Portimao             Bruni/Melo            1st• 22 Jul 2010     6 hours Hungarorin              Parente/Barba     4th• 12 Sep 2010    6 hours Silverstone              Bruni/Melo            1st
 
The victory in Silverstone also secured Ferrari the 2010 Constructors title in the ILMC (International Le Mans Cup = WEC today).After its racing and test career the car was sold in fully restored condition directly from Ferrari to a private collector, who again sold it to us in 2016.Today the car is presented in the latest 2010 Evolution spec, which includes:Step 6 engine
Gearbox with external adjustable differential settings
Lightweights brake calipers
Specific sequential gearbox with fuel cut-off in downshifting
Extended data acquisition systemAs per the official Ferrari Competizioni GT department, chassis 2404 is „the most evoluted F430 GT in existence“.When the car was sold by Ferrari SpA it came in the full „carbon look“ as it was used during its testing duties. Without big effort, the car could also be wrapped again in its AF Corse livery as raced in 2009/10.The car will now be sold with a very interesting and valuable documentation file including the Ferrari Classiche red book, signed and commented by „Jimmi“ Bruni. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a real piece of Ferrari racing history that is also eligible for Concours events and sports events as the Ferrari Club Competizioni GT, the Masters series of the Peter Auto series only to mention a few.
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2009 Ferrari F430 GTC
 
Details about the car HERE

Model history:
The Ferrari F430 shared its aluminum chassis with the 360 that preceded it, but its Pininfarina-penned styling charted a new course for Maranello. The F430 channeled Ferrari’s past designs with taillights from the Enzo, Testarossa-like side mirrors that stretched out from its A-pillars, and ducts integrated into its sides and front fascia akin to 1960s Formula 1 cars. Pininfarina’s Frank Stephenson is credited with the F430’s striking design.

Though its styling was eye-catching, the F430’s big newsmaker at its debut at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show was under its glass engine cover. The F430 marked the first use of Ferrari’s new dual overhead camshaft, 32-valve V-8 engine, codenamed F136 E. The 90-degree V-8 was co-developed with Maserati, but Maranello’s version got its own 180-degree flat-plane crankshaft. Chain-driven camshafts replaced rubber belts in the automaker’s previous eight-cylinder. The new, modern V-8 was the first clean-sheet design for Ferrari in about half a century. The new engine sent its approximately 490 hp to the rear wheels via either a six-speed manual transmission or the automaker’s six-speed F1 gearbox.

It did not take long for Ferrari to take the wraps off a GT2 racing version of the F430. Developed with longtime racing partner Michelotto Automobili, the F430 GTC was eligible for American Le Mans Series racing, the Le Mans Series, the FIA GT Championship, and even the 24 Hours of Le Mans!

The F430 GTC made use of a downsized 4.0-liter version of the new V-8 in order to comply with FIA rules. The F430 GTC’s engine was rated at 470 hp, but its impressive power-to-weight ratio meant it was significantly faster than the 550-hp F430 GT3. A six-speed sequential-shift transmission put power to the wheels in rapid fashion.

The F430 GTC featured a big rear wing with an integrated Gurney flap to enhance the design’s already impressive downforce plus carbon fiber body panels to reduce weight. Race cars rode on 18-inch center-lock lightweight wheels wrapped in Michelin racing slicks rather than the 19-inch wheels with Pirelli tires on street cars. While the road-going F430 debuted adjustable dampers could be tweaked via a knob on its steering wheel, the F430 GTC’s suspension retained garage-only adjustment. Noting the difference between the street F430 and the F430 GTC during a test at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah in 2012, Road & Track wrote that the two Ferraris “are like shades of red: in a similar family, yes, but totally different.”

The F430 GTC got off to a strong start by winning the FIA GT2 Manufacturers’ Cup and Drivers’ title in 2006 and 2007, the ALMS GT2 Manufacturers’ Title in 2007, and it won the GT2 class at Le Mans in 2008. Ultimately, the F430 GTC made Ferrari a dominant force in GT racing, and this has continued with the 458 GT2 and 488 GTE. Including the 430 GTC prototype (chassis 2404) that is also owned by us, it is believed that approximately 53 examples were built in total.

Specific history of this car:
The featured car, chassis 2628 was sold new to the Piacenza based team AF Corse of Amato Ferrari, who until today runs all the Ferrari Works cars in the WEC championship.

The car was first entered under the starting number 8 in the 2009 International GT Open championship under the name of the team Megadrive with the two famous Italian GT drivers Marco Cioci and Piergiuseppe Perazzini. Cioci was a Ferrari GT Works driver from 2011 until 2014, while Perazzini won the Italian GT championship in 2003 and 2004 and later drove sucessfully for AF Corse at races as the 24h of Le Mans and Sebring.

Date Track Race1 Race2
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• 19 April Imola 8th 2nd

• 17 May Algarve 6th 3rd

• 28 June Spa-Francorchamps 6th 4th

• 5 July Donington 9th 5th

• 20 September Magny-Cours 8th 3rd

• 4 October Monza 5th 4th

• 1 November Barcelona 5th 4th

• 8 November Algarve DNF 4th

At the end of the 2009 season the team Megadrive finished 5th overall, while Cioci and Perazzini finished the championship 6th position.

For the 2010 season the car was entered under the starting number 5 by team AF Corse in the Italian GT championship, again driven by Cioci and Perazzini.

• 25 April Misano 8th 2nd

• 9 May Vallelunga 5th 5th

• 6 June Magione 2nd (1st in class) 7th

• 4 July Imola 11th 10th

• 25 July Mugello 1st DNF

• 26 September Vallelunga 2nd 2nd

• 24 October Monza 8th DNF

After its active, professional racing career the car was sold by AF Corse to an amateur racer and collector. The car was then mainly used for club racing or track days within Europe.

The car will now be sold with a very interesting and valuable spares package as well as some period documentation.

This is a rare opportunity to purchase a well raced Ferrari racing car at a very reasonable price that is also eligible for the Ferrari Club Competizioni GT, the Masters series of the Peter Auto series only to mention a few.

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2003 F430 GTC Evo

 

Direct link to the sale HERE

2008 Ferrari F430 GTC

4th at the Sebring 12 hours and part of two car squad from Tafel Racing, the leading Ferrari team in the 2008 ALMS achieving 2nd overall.

One of only 24 F430 GTCs built
4th at 2008 Sebring 12 Hours
Multiple ALMS top-10 finishes
Ex-Allan Simonsen, Pierre Ehret, Jim Tafel & Alex Figge
Eligible for Global Endurance Legends and Masters Endurance Legends
Exclusively eligible for Ferrari Challenge & GT Days
Significant contributor to Tafel Racing’s 2nd place in the 2008 ALMS Championship
Specified new with data acquisition system, A/C and much more
Extensive package of spares

Exceptionally rare and with fantastic provenance & original condition, this is a bona fide modern-classic Ferrari sports racing car.

With the new F430 GTC in 2006 came not only Frank Stephenson’s stunning and fresh design, but a whole raft of improvements over the outgoing 360 GTC. With research carried out by Ferrari’s Gestione Sportiva F1 Racing Division and the build & preparations entrusted to Michelotto, the Scuderia’s age-old partner in crime, the F430 GTC was a genuine leap forwards rather than just a mere evolution.

Built to the FIA’s GT2 specifications, the F430 was tantalisingly eligible for a number of series around the world and would go on to dominate its class. An F430 GTC won its inaugural American Le Mans Series Championship in 2006 and achieved the holy trinity in 2007, winning the GT2 Championship in the FIA GT, Le Mans Series and the ALMS for the second time.

For 2008 Pierre Ehret, a German-born businessman and gentleman driver, did not want to miss out and ordered two F430 GTCs. On 16th January 2008 Ferrari invoiced Ehret for the car you see here, chassis F131EVOGTC 2610, and he left nothing to chance when specifying his new race car. On top of the €435,000 base price, over €30,000 was spent on optional extras, including a data acquisition system, water and engine oil quick refilling equipment, air conditioning, 24-hour race lights, a carbon clutch and an increased front brake cooling system.

Prepared and run by Tafel Racing the pair of F430 GTCs arrived at Sebring in March for the season opener, which also happened to be the most important race of the year: the legendary 12-Hour race. Car owner Pierre Ehret shared the driving of No.73 with team owner Jim Tafel and the hugely talented Allan Simonsen, a Danish driver who would go on to be an Aston Martin Works driver, compete at Le Mans seven times and win the Asian Le Mans GT2 Championship in 2009. After the infamously gruelling round-the-clock race was run, No.73 came home 4th in class; a sterling effort which saw it finish ahead of its sister Ferrari and just 3 laps shy of that final podium position.

From Sebring, No.73 would see out the remainder of its ALMS championship with both staggering consistency and style. Of the nine races it contested, at some of North America’s most prestigious circuits like Road Atlanta and Laguna Seca, No.73 finished in the top 10 an amazing eight times – just one retirement in an otherwise outstanding season.

As a result of No.73’s reliability to score points, Tafel Racing finished 2nd overall in the GT2 class of the 2008 American Le Mans Series Championship; agonisingly just 16 points behind the Flying Lizard team’s 911 RSR, but a whopping 36 points clear of the works-backed Risi Competizione F430 GTC.

The Ferrari was retired and sold after just the one season in the ALMS, preserving it immaculately for the future, and it was this car’s history and incredible original condition that caught the eye of the previous owner. It was during this ownership that the Ferrari returned to the track to compete in a select few rounds of the 2012 Pirelli World Challenge series. With David Welch at the helm, the then four year old Ferrari achieved three further top 10 finishes against some much more advanced machinery.

Recently returned to its 2008 Sebring 12 Hours livery the Ferrari remains highly original throughout and is now available for sale, accompanied by a large number of spares. It’s scarcely believable that this Ferrari debuted some 12 years ago, but in that time it has become eligible for some of the most exciting events where entries are highly sought after – specifically both the Global and Masters Endurance Legends series, and the Ferrari Challenge & GT Days.

We’ve been fortunate enough to run this car at a private track day and can confirm that it would be the ideal entry for 2020; we just wish we had the time to race it ourselves.

2008 American Le Mans Series Results

DATE: 15th March 2008
RACE: Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring
DRIVERS: Allan Simonsen/ Pierre Ehret/ Jim Tafel
CAR NO: 73
RESULT (GT2): 4th

DATE: 18th May 2008
RACE: Larry H. Miller Utah Grand Prix
DRIVERS: Alex Figge/ Jim Tafel
CAR NO: 73
RESULT (GT2): Retired

DATE: 12th July 2008
RACE: ALMS Northeast Grand Prix Lime Rock
DRIVERS: Alex Figge/ Jim Tafel
CAR NO: 73
RESULT (GT2): 9th

DATE: 19th July 2008
RACE: Acura Sports Car Challenge of Mid Ohio
DRIVERS: Alex Figge/ Jim Tafel
CAR NO: 73
RESULT (GT2): 8th

DATE: 9th August 2008
RACE: Generac 500 at Road America
DRIVERS: Alex Figge/ Jim Tafel
CAR NO: 73
RESULT (GT2) 9th

DATE: 24th August 2008
RACE: Grand Prix of Mosport
DRIVERS: Alex Figge/ Jim Tafel
CAR NO: 73
RESULT (GT2): 6th

DATE: 30th August 2008
RACE: Detroit Sports Car Challenge of Belle Isle Street Circuit
DRIVERS: Alex Figge/ Jim Tafel
CAR NO: 73
RESULT (GT2): 6th

DATE: 04th October 2008
RACE: Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta
DRIVERS: Alex Figge/ Jim Tafel
CAR NO: 73
RESULT (GT2): 7th

DATE: 18th October 2008
RACE: Monterey Sports Car Championship at Laguna Seca
DRIVERS: Alex Figge/ Jim Tafel
CAR NO: 73
RESULT (GT2): 10th

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2006 430 GT2 for sale in France

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– 2006 Ferrari F430 GT2 – Chassis 2450

This Ferrari F430 GT2 has a huge racing history. It was raced in:

– 2006 FIA GT driven by Peter Kutemann, Antoine Gosse and JP Malcher
– 2007 Le Mans Series
– 2008 Le Mans Series, 24h du Mans (4th in its category)
– Various races in 2009 (Winter Series, Le Mans Series), 2010 and 2011

(full racing history is available upon request).

This F430 GT2 was in the same ownership since new and was raced and serviced by JMB.

The engine has been overhauled by Michelotto in November 2012 and a shakedown has been completed two weeks later. The car never raced since.

This F430 GT2 is for sale with a spare engine and some spare parts.

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2007 Ferrari F430

All details and more photos HERE

Description

The Ferrari F430 Challenge is a production-based race car built by Ferrari. The car is directly based on the standard F430 and uses the same 4.3L V8 engine. It was introduced at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show to supersede the Ferrari 360 Challenge in the Ferrari Challenge and the Rolex Sports Car racing series.

The F430 Challenge is a non-road legal variant of the road-going Ferrari F430, it has been extensively modified by Ferrari to boost its on circuit performance with extensive weight reduction and suspension changes. Just like in previous Ferrari Challenge cars the engine has largely remained the same as on the production road cars except for some enhanced breathing by means of a racing exhaust system and some engine management tweaks and fine blueprinting. Furthermore the body styling has received very few styling changes with the Formula One inspired single central nut (slick shod) BBS wheels hiding enormous carbon brakes.

The transmission is derived from Ferrari’s Formula One program, and offers the same 150 ms shift times as in the standard Ferrari F430 with no option of a manual H-gate gearshift. Fifth and sixth gears have been tweaked, as well as the final drive ratio, specifically for the Challenge car. Weight saving efforts have affected all areas of the car, the most noticeable of which being the cockpit. Inside, the F430 Challenge has no carpets or sound deadening, no stereo, and the standard leather seats have been replaced with ultra light FIA approved carbon racing seats. A lifeline snap off boss allows the Alcantara steering wheel to be removed from the car to aid entry and exit to the cockpit. The race wheel replacing the standard cars airbag equipped road car wheel. It also has buttons for pit radio, and for interfacing with the digital instrument display. A full roll cage and 6 point racing harnesses are also present in the cockpit along with super light carbon door panels and Lexan front, side and rear windows replacing all road car glass. The characteristics of the car have been retained from the standard gearbox’s “Race” mode. Traction control is permanently disengaged, along with the stability system. The car does retain ABS and ASR though. The racing modifications are present in most all of the components, with the E-Differential being replaced by a mechanical one, and the suspension settings modified for racing.

The engine is the same 90° 4.3 litre V8 as in the standard F430. The output remains the same at 483 hp (360 kW), as well as the torque at 343 lb?ft (465 N?m). The engine is equipped with Double Overhead Camshafts and contains 4 valves per cylinder. The engine is, and always has been, naturally aspirated. The engine is mounted behind the cockpit, and faces longitudinally (along the length of the car).

The transmission is the 6-speed, paddle operated, sequential manual found in the F430. The transmission uses Formula One technology and can shift gears in 150 ms. The brakes use carbon ceramic material, which is very resistant to brake fade. Both front and rear suspension use double wishbones and anti-roll bars. The exhaust system is updated for the Challenge car, placing the outlet ports higher in the back of the car. The back also includes a new grille to help with drawing heat out of the engine.(0-100 in 2.89 second, top speed 350 kmh/h)

This particular F430 Challenge was delivered to its first French owner through Charles Pozzi (France) in February 2007.
Options fitted to this car:
– Driver seat size XL/L
– 430 CH pass. seat kit XL/L

2 sets of extra wheels are included, see picture number 22.

Production was limited to just 142 cars over the 2007 to 2010 production period. It is estimated that more than half these race cars have been written off during the various Ferrari Challenge series around the world. This means that approximately 50 (or less) would be in existence today.

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Ferrari F430 GT3

All details and more pictures HERE

Ferrari 430 GT3 SC18 – 1 of 25 cars produced. Bought from Kessel racing in 2014, Full body respray in 2018. Vehicle history below;

2006 – 2008  – Ferrari Challenge Europe 

2009 – Italian GT Championship winner 

2010 – GT open championship 

2012 – Blancpain GT series  

2014- 2020 – 5 GT races in South Africa and track days 

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Ferrari F430 GT3

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Ferrari F430 GT3 prepared by Kessel. 152955#6

54 cars produced in F430 GT3 specification including 14 modified in F430 GT3 Scuderia spec.

The car did the 2 seasons in Team Sport Garage.

She did the FIA GT / FFSA GT French championship in 2007 and 2008 and the 24 Hours of Spa Francorchamps in 2007 and 2008.

To date this Ferrari 430 GT3 is eligible for the following championships:
– Club GT Competitzioni
– Classic Spa
– Tourism Endurance Trophy
– Master Endurance Legend

Complete restoration in 2019 put in its configuration of the 24 Hours of SPA.

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Ferrari F430 GT3 for sale in Germany

Talk about the car HERE at the board

Direct link to the sale

Ferrari 430 GT3
Completed:
2007
Originally delivered:
2007
Original colour:
rosso scuderia
Original interior:
black
 
Comments:
The Ferrari F 430 Challenge Trasformata GT3 has been delivered by Ferrari to
the Ferrari dealership Loris Kessel located in Lugano/Switzerland on the
25.10.2007. The Ferrari invoice shows a selling price at 400.000,-  CHF. Out of
unknown reasons the car was never used in the next few years until it was sold
to its first and last private and German based owner in 2012. The contract of
sale in that time is showing a mere 100 km as an odometer mileage. It is
reported by the only and  last owner that it never had participated in any serious
race. It was more a backup testing car which was frequently driven on private
events.
 
The overall mileage today shows not more than 3000 km. It will be delivered
with a new engine having only 300 km on the clock plus the original engine. It
received a last service at the well known and very experienced and specialized
Ferrari Service workshop of Stilef in San Marino/Italy before delivery on the 30th
of March 2017 at near to 6000,-  Euros.
The car is in absolutely race ready condition.
 
The limited version of the F 430 GT3 has a radically reduced  weight of only
1.219 kg compared to 1.350 kg of a normal F 430 and the 1250 kg of the 430
Scuderia. This was the result of an exhaustive schedule of removing all
unnecessary items. The GT3 has been developed by Kessel Racing under the
supervision of Ferrari. Only 100 of these cars were produced. The rersulting car,
designated the F 430 GT3, was superior to the F 430 Challenge in terms of more
highly developed aerodynamics and increased output, even through both
utilised the same 4.3 litre, V8 engine.
 
Following extensive tuning, the GT3 unit developed 550 bhp, which surpassed
the 483 bhp from the F 430 Challenge and as well the 445 bhp from the GT2
stable mate, the 430 GTC.
 
The F 430 Challenge Trasformata GT3 received the best F1 knowledge Ferrari
could have implanted into a Ferrari registered for the road.
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Ferrari F430 GT2

Direct link to ClassicDriver

This Ferrari F430 GT2 #2480 only raced into one meeting, during Interlagos 2007 meeting. This car was raced and serviced by JMB Racing team. She has never been crashed and she stayed after that in museum.

#2480 has been prepared and overhauled in 2018 by Michelotto (file available upon request).

Eligible in the Global Endurance Legends (Peter Auto) and Aston Martin Endurance Racing Legends (Masters Historic Racing).

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Ferrari 458 GT3

Probably the nicest and most sexy looking car in the history of the Ferrari 458 GT3

Work in progress by Corse e Strada

Details & description

“The Ferrari 458 GT3 proved to be the perfect car for the GT3 class: easy to drive, simplicity of maintenance, and low running cost made it the preferred GT3 vehicle for gentlemen drivers around the world” (Cristiano Michelotto, 2019)

The GT3 class of race cars was conceived for gentlemen drivers. The priority of this project was to keep costs down while ensuring ease of maintenance and drivability. With this in mind, Michelotto engineers took the Ferrari 458 Challenge car and studied ways of boosting its potential and, at the same time, improving its reliability for endurance racing. The aerodynamics were altered to generate more downforce, it was fitted with bigger tires to improve grip, the carbon ceramic brake discs were replaced with cast iron ones and a new electronically actuated sequential gearbox was installed. The result was a slightly heavier and more powerful car than the GT2 but with an engine more akin to the road-going version, to the benefit of less experienced drivers. Indeed, the Ferrari 458 GT3 driven by private drivers has won just about everything, most notably the FIA GT3 already in the first year, 2011, the 24H of Daytona in 2014 and two IMSA Championships. With the Ferrari 458 GT3, Michelotto took its biggest step forward in terms of output, producing on average two custom-built cars a week for a total of 107 units, and also expanded towards new markets such as Asia and Australia. It comes as no surprise that the Ferrari 458 GT3 holds the record for the number of titles won.

This car, the chassis F142 GT3 *3610* was produced in December 2014 and was the 3rd last 458 GT3 coming off the assembly line at Michelotto in Padova before this extremely succesful car was replaced by its successor in 20154-2016, the Ferrari 488 GT cars.

In 2015, MOMO as a highly reputated company in the racing world, announced its 3 year partnership to become a major partner/sponsor for the US-based Pirelli World Challenge championship. The cars where run by US based team NGT, which launched on internet a competition where enthousiastic fans could enter proposals of livery designs based around MOMO. The winning design resulted in probably the nicest and most sexy looking car in the 458 GT3 history. See it yourself in this MOVIE.

In 2015, this MOMO Ferrari 458 GT3 car was entered in the Pirelli World Challenge. In 2017 won the series with an impressive 9 wins in 10 races (driver : Henrique Cisneros). The car has been raced at Laguna Seca in October 2015 by Alessandro Pier Guidi, currently factory driver for Ferrari in the WEC and winning together with James Callado the 2017 LMGTE Pro class of the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship and 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans in a Ferrari 488 GTE.

After having crashed in the USA, Corse E Strada bought the car in 2019. At Michelotto, a complete new car was (re)built in 2020, resulting in a 0 km, latest spec and sexiest looking 458 GT3 car ever.

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Ferrari 458 GT3 for sale in GB

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RossoVerde Racing Team Parts inventory sale

As part of an end of season re-organisation of the team at its headquarters in the UK , RossoVerde is offering for sale its surplus stock of parts for the F360 and F430 models, in both Challenge and GT3 format. The current RossoVerde F458 is being prepared and campaigned in Australia. A basic website has been created with photos, prices, part numbers, and descriptions of the new and used parts, mostly genuine Ferrari and Kessel.

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2016 Ferrari 458 GT3
Details and more pictures HERE
 
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Ferrari 458 GT3
More details and pictures HERE

Description:

  • Very successful car with Peter Kox, Matteo Malucelli, J.Pisarik, J.Jirik
  • Winning car 24h Barcelona in 2014 
  • Champion Ferrari Racing Series Germany in 2019
  • New Chassis in 2016
  • Chassis 6000km, Engine 7600 km, Gearbox 1100 km
  • Big package of spare parts
  • 4 set of wheels
  • Ready to race with German DMSB Pass

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Ferrari 488 GT3 with Aero Specification

All details and more pictures HERE

Chassis Number: F142MGT34218

This car has always been serviced by Michelotto for everything and run strictly to their recommended mileages. It’s a great car. £40k has just been spent on it back at Michelotto for brand new exhaust manifolds and engine ancillaries  etc.

The new gearbox in the car only has 4000kms on it and the engine was last (major) serviced at Michelotto at 15563kms total and has covered 8915km since then, so has minimum 6000kms left before next rebuild is required. It also has a £10k carbon clutch installed.

All of it’s history is fully documented.

CONTACT MIKE WALTERS ON +44 7970 736644 OR EMAIL MIKE@RACECARSDIRECT.COM

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2016 Ferrari 488 GT3 EVO

All pictures and more pictures HERE

MAGNIFICENT 488GT3 READY TO RUN FOR ANY SEASON AND MORE
1 OWNER FULL HISTORICAL MONITORING ENGINE REVISION ENGINE GEARBOX CLUTCH CARBON ,TURBOS 3500KM
BODY CHASSIS ORIGIN UNACCIDENTAL FOLLOWED BY RINALDI AND GREAT REVISION AT MICHELOTTO WITH INVOICE
LOTS OF SPARE PARTS RIMS ECT. KIT EVOLUTION 2018<br />CAMERA ARR / EXTENTION DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM,/TYRE PRESSURE AND TEMPERATUREMONITORING / STEEL WHEEL NUTS /KATALYST EXHAUST SYSTEM , KIT 24H
VERY NICE OPPORTUNITY EUROPE VAT

MAGNIFIQUE 488GT3 PRÊTE A COURIR POUR TOUTE UNE SAISON ET PLUS
1 PROPRIÉTAIRE SUIVIS HISTORIQUE COMPLET MOTEUR RÉVISION MOTEUR BOITE DE VITESSE EMBRAYAGE CARBONE.,TURBOS 3500KM
CARROSSERIE CHÂSSIS ORIGINE NON ACCIDENTéE SUIVIE PAR RINALDI ET GRANDE REVISION CHEZ MICHELOTTO AVEC FACTURE
BEAUCOUP DE PIÈCES DE RECHANGE JANTES ECT. 2108KIT EVOLUTION 2018<br />CAMERA ARR / EXTENTION DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM,/TYRE PRESSURE AND TEMPERATUREMONITORING / STEEL WHEEL NUTS /KATALYST EXHAUST SYSTEM KIT 24H
TRES BELLE OPPORTUNITé

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2001 Ferrari 550 Maranello GT1

All details about the car www.fiskens.com

  • 1 of 2 cars built by Italtecnica for Team Rafanelli for the 2001 FIA GT Championship and driven by Naspetti and ‘Schiattarella with solid results including leading the Spa 24 Hours
  • Reworked by JAS Engineering and sponsored by Red Bull for the 2002 Season, driven by Riccitelli and the legendary Dieter Quester
  • Run by JMB Racing in 2003 and driven by Terrien, Derichebourg and Pescatori in FIA GT with overall wins in the Italian GT Series
  • Finally competed in 2004 with multiple wins, ending its period career with a win for Case and Toto Wolff
  • An important contemporary racing Ferrari eligible for the Global Endurance Racing Legends Series and the Masters Endurance Legend Series  

 The Ferrari 550 Maranello marked a return to the ‘traditional’ Ferrari values set by the iconic Daytona in the 1960s, albeit with 100bhp extra to spare. The forward positioned V12 could produce 485bhp at 7,000rpm, so unsurprisingly privateers were quick to develop them for track use. 

 This 550 was one of only 2 cars built by Italtecnica for Team Rafanelli for the 2001 FIA GT Championship. Run by the rambunctious Gabriele Rafanelli, the team of Naspetti and Schiattarella campaigned this car at 500km of Monza, Spa 24 Hours, 3 Hours of Brno and 3 hours of Silverstone, before it passed to JAS Motorsport who reworked it for the 2002 season with sponsorship from Red Bull.Drivers for the 2002 seasons included Riccitelli and the indomitable Dieter Quester.  

 Successes continued in 2003 with JMB racing, these included victories in the Italian GT Championships in both 2003 and 2004 with drivers including Terrien, Derichebourg, Pescatori and Toto Wolff. #11581 has been consistently campaigned ever since, and recently benefited from gentle restoration and cosmetic overhaul to return it to its eye-catching 2002 Red Bull livery. An exciting opportunity to acquire one of Ferrari’s greatest modern creations, eligible for the Global Endurance Racing Legends Series and the Masters Endurance Legend Series. 

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For sale – 2005 Ferrari 575 GTC
 
 

All details and more pictures HERE

Here we present collectors with the very rare opportunity to acquire the car that bookends the V12 racing history of Ferrari, and from its original and sole owner no less! This very rare racing GT Ferrari is in fantastic condition and would make a wonderful addition to any serious collection of the marque’s cars, of racing cars in general or someone looking for a competitive car in a variety of series on both sides of the Atlantic.

The origins of the Ferrari 575 GTC can be traced back to the late 1990s when Stephane Ratel, a co-founder of the legendary BPR Global GT Series, yearned to see Ferrari produce a true GT race car to join his burgeoning FIA GT Championship. One issue with previous regulations in GT racing was that in order for a car to be eligible, the manufacturer had to produce the cars. However Ratel finally managed to persuade the FIA to change this rule so that tuners could build racing versions of a road car with or without a manufacturerʼs involvement.

In 2000 he founded Grande Tourisme Racing Development Ltd (GTRD) to commission Italtecnica to build a racing variant of the 550 Maranello. Four orders were placed, but reliability issues plagued the cars, so it was not the glorious debut Ratel envisaged. Frederic Dor had placed an order but being unhappy with the early results he cancelled and asked Prodrive to develop a car. Their 550 GTS enjoyed much success including class victories at Le Mans, plus the 2003/4 FIA GT Championship for Teams and Drivers, although in effect its resources were similar to a major works effort.

Encouraged, in early 2003 Ferrariʼs Corse Clienti department announced they would produce their own car in collaboration with N.Technology, to be called the 575 GTC. The new car was specifically aimed at the gentleman GT racer, so as with the legendary 365 GTB/4 Competizione ʻDaytonaʼ, there never was a works team. The car was to be based on the new 575M road car, sporting a 6-litre 65 degree V12 tuned to produce 605bhp on FIA restrictors, which transferred power through a 6-speed Xtrac sequential gearbox.

Proving its calibre the new 575 GTC won straight out of the box in the FIA GT round at Estoril driven by Philip Peter and Fabio Babini. The 575 GTCs went on to be raced in the American Le Mans Series, FIA GT & Italian GT Championships, plus in the Sebring 12 Hours, Spa 24 Hours and of course the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Whilst they didnʼt accumulate the same level of success as Prodriveʼs 550, which was not endorsed by Ferrari, the 575 GTC did prove to be as quick when in the right hands, taking outright victories in both FIA & Italian GT, plus and a number of podiums in both championships, along with a class podium in the 12 Hours of Sebring and 2nd overall in the Spa 24 Hours. Of course this disparity in results against the Prodrive cars was in the most part because the 575 was aimed at gentleman drivers, whereas the Prodrive cars were often driven by professionals. The results donʼt really show how closely matched the cars actually were.
In many ways it could be said it was a descendant of the iconic Group 4 ʻDaytonaʼ. What is of great historical significance is the fact that the 575 GTC is the last front- engined V12 Ferrari racing car, bookending a tremendously significant and popular chapter in Ferrariʼs racing history. In all just twelve examples were built, making it one of the rarest GT racing Ferraris of all time.

Chassis 2224 was delivered to Antonin Herbeck of the Czech Republic ahead of the 2005 season. In fact it was the very last 575 GTC built, so is known as an ʻEvoluzioneʼ. Herbeck created his own team, called Rock Media Motors, to run the car and elected to contest the 2005 CSAI Italian GT Championship. Herbeck enlisted the services of Italian ex-F1 and Champ Car driver Andrea Montermini, who by 2005 had spent many years in endurance racing.

The season featured seven rounds, each with two races, at Imola, Misano, Vallelunga, Monza, Hungaroring, Magione and Mugello. Interestingly only qualifying occurred for the first round, with the races being cancelled due to the death of the Pope John Paul II. The GT1 class that year was hotly contested and the Rock Media duo managed to qualify inside the top ten six times across the season including a pole position and a 2nd on the grid, finishing inside the top ten three times. Not a bad performance at all considering Herbeck was in only his second season of racing! Rock Media also contested their home round of the FIA GT Championship, the ʻBrno Supercar 500ʼ, with 2224 in June where they finished 10th overall.

Throughout the year 2224 received various upgrades as they became available including suspension parts and a new rear wing. Herbeck contested Round 1 of the 2006 Italian GT Championship at Imola with Richard Lietz as co-driver, where 2224 was painted yellow. Following this it was retired to Rock Media Motors collection because the Pagani Zonda GR Herbeck has since become so well known for racing across eastern Europe had been readied. Whilst its racing history may not feature major international events like some other 575 GTCs, 2224 has the unique distinction of being the very last front-engined and also the last V12 racing car built and sold by Ferrari (since the FXX and XXK cars were track specials only, never homologated for racing). This car effectively heralds the end of a competitive chapter that defined the marque from the very beginning and its significance is not to be underestimated. Indeed the V12 configuration was one that defined Ferrariʼs image during the 1950s-1970s which were arguably the marqueʼs most significant decades for endurance racing.

2224 has been well maintained since its retirement, and will be sold in good working order and with a new safety fuell cell. The car presents in fantastic condition and includes various spares, including a complete second engine, in itself a very rare item indeed. The engine that is fitted to the car has around 6 hours running time, whilst the spare is rebuilt. The car is eligible for a variety of series including Peter Auto’s Endurance Racing Legends, Masters Endurance Legends, the Challenge and GT Days and Ferrari’s Club Competizione GT.

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