The Ferrari 333 SP was designed specifically to tackle the IMSA World Sports Car championship in North America, and a joint effort between the auto manufacturer, racing partner Michelotto, and racing constructor Dallara. Featuring a flat-bottomed carbon monocoque, pushrod suspension, and a 4.0-liter V12 powerplant that produces 600bhp. The one you see above has never been raced and is headed to an RM Sotheby’s auction. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“The sixth of only 40 examples made, this particular 333 was never raced. The Rhode Island customer who ordered it pulled out, and it has since passed through the hands of three more – the current and last of which sent it back to Michelotto last year for a full restoration and Ferrari Classiche certification, after which it was properly tested on the Fiorano circuit but only has one hour on the rebuilt engine,” reports Car Scoops.