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  • 1998 24 Heures du Mans #Ferrari 333 SP Racing poster

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  • Insane V12 Sound 🎶🇮🇹
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1994 Ferrari 333 SP
📸 @nostracarmus
The Ferrari 333 SP was born from a vision shared by two stalwart figures in Ferrari history, Piero Ferrari and racing driver Giampiero Moretti, who had founded the MOMO accessory company.
Ferrari turned to Gianpaolo Dallara, a gifted engineer who started his career at Ferrari in 1959, but had subsequently worked with Maserati, Lamborghini, and others. Dallara assigned his engineers to work with Ferrari personnel. One group developed the chassis, engine, and gearbox, another the body. All understood the cars would be sold to privateers, meaning the design had to take into account discrepancies in the abilities of the mechanics and pit crews.
The Ferrari 333 SP’s V-12 derived from the 4700cc 513-horsepower engine in the roadgoing F50. The stroke was reduced to bring capacity within IMSA’s 4.0-liter limit, and the heads had five valves per cylinder instead of four. Digital fuel injection topped it off. Final horsepower rating was 650 at 11,500 rpm.
The chassis was effectively a Formula 1 tub made wider to meet IMSA’s two-seat requirement. It was constructed of carbon-fiber composites and an aluminum honeycomb core. It is the Ferrari’s last successful prototype.
📌 #DriveEpoque
  • Insane V12 Sound 🎶🇮🇹
    ———————
    1994 Ferrari 333 SP
    📸 @nostracarmus
    The Ferrari 333 SP was born from a vision shared by two stalwart figures in Ferrari history, Piero Ferrari and racing driver Giampiero Moretti, who had founded the MOMO accessory company.
    Ferrari turned to Gianpaolo Dallara, a gifted engineer who started his career at Ferrari in 1959, but had subsequently worked with Maserati, Lamborghini, and others. Dallara assigned his engineers to work with Ferrari personnel. One group developed the chassis, engine, and gearbox, another the body. All understood the cars would be sold to privateers, meaning the design had to take into account discrepancies in the abilities of the mechanics and pit crews.
    The Ferrari 333 SP’s V-12 derived from the 4700cc 513-horsepower engine in the roadgoing F50. The stroke was reduced to bring capacity within IMSA’s 4.0-liter limit, and the heads had five valves per cylinder instead of four. Digital fuel injection topped it off. Final horsepower rating was 650 at 11,500 rpm.
    The chassis was effectively a Formula 1 tub made wider to meet IMSA’s two-seat requirement. It was constructed of carbon-fiber composites and an aluminum honeycomb core. It is the Ferrari’s last successful prototype.
    📌 #DriveEpoque

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  • Ferrari 333 SP | Chassis 001 | Extremely limited one of a kind race car for sale. Contact us for inquiries!
  • Ferrari 333 SP | Chassis 001 | Extremely limited one of a kind race car for sale. Contact us for inquiries!

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