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1989 Ferrari F40 GT Serial Number 80742

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Lead photograph of 1989 Ferrari F40 GT Serial Number 80742

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   F40 GT
Year   1989 Serial #   80742
Engine #    VIN   
Engine Type   F 120 AB Chassis Type   F 120 AB
Build Sequence #    Number Built   7
Body Type   Berlinetta Body Builder   Scaglietti
First Owner   Jolly Club Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California

Features

S/n 80742. One of seven F40 GTs built by Michelotto to 1993 F40 CSAI–GT specifications for the Italian GT series. All featured 590 hp, Brembo brakes, lighter carbon fiber bodies (1050 kg or 2310 lbs), a racing suspension, quick fill fuel system, flat floors, a fire system, plexiglass sliding windows, wider Speedline wheels, a full roll cage, the ride height dropped 5 cm or 2″ etc.… This F40 dominated the 1993 Italian GT Championship.

History

S/n 80742. One of seven cars listed by Michelotto as F40 GTs built by Michelotto to 1993 F40 CSAI-GT specifications for the Italian GT series.

1989, July, new to Vittorio Colombo, Milan Italy.

1991, sold to Roberto Angiolini, Milan Italy

1991–1992, converted by Michelotto to 1993 F40 CSAI–GT specifications for the Italian GT Championship series. Jolly Club.

1993, Italian GT Championship Series. White with a yellow bottom and a red stripe around the car seperating the white top from the red bottom. Shell Oil Sponsorship. Race #7 for the 1993 season. Jolly Club.

1993, 28 Mar., Monza, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. Marco Brand. 1st.

1993, 12 Apr., Magione, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Brand. 1st.

1993, 16 May, Vallelunga, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Brand. 13th.

1993, 30 May, Misano, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Brand. 1st.

1993, 13 June, Mugello, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Brand. 1st.

1993, 27 June, Pergusa, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Brand. 1st.

1993, 05 Sept., Binetto, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Brand. 1st.

1993, 03 Oct., Imola, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Brand. 1st.

1993, 17 Oct., Mugello, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Brand. 1st.

1993, Winner - Campionato Italiano Supercar GT 1993-serie. Driver - Marco Brand. Marco Brand won with 94 points. The next closest competitor (Oscar Larrauri) had 63 points.

1993–1994, updated by Michelotto to the 1994 CSAI–GT specifications.

1994, Italian GT Championship Series. Jolly Club.

1994, 20 Mar., Monza Race I, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. Federico D′Amore. 2nd.

1994, 20 Mar., Monza Race II, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. Oscar Larrauri. 1st.

1994, 04 Apr., Magione I, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. F. D′Amore. 1st.

1994, 04 Apr., Magione II, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. O. Larrauri. 1st.

1994, 24 Apr., Mugello I, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. F. D′Amore. 2nd.

1994, 24 Apr., Mugello II, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. O. Larrauri. 1st.

1994, 05 June, Vallelunga I, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. Mauro Trione. 1st.

1994, 05 June, Vallelunga II, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Trione. 2nd.

1994, 26 June, Varano I, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Trione. 2nd.

1994, 26 June, Varano II, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Trione. 2nd.

1994, 10 July, Vallelunga I, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Trione. DNF.

1994, 10 July, Vallelunga II, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Trione. 2nd.

1994, 24 July, Misano I, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Trione. 5th.

1994, 24 July, Misano II, Campionato Italiano Supercar GT. M. Trione. DNF.

1994, Jolly Club again raced this F40 GT in the 1994 season with Federico D′Amore and Oscar Larrauri sharing the driving in the first three of the two–segment race formats used this season and Larrauri scoring three consecutive wins with it. Later in the season it was taken over by Mauro Trione who drove it to a win, four seconds and a fifth place over the next four Italian Championship meetings. After the season’s seventh–round entries in the Italian GT Championship (dominated to that point by Vittorio Colombo in 94362), 80742 was not raced again by Jolly Club.

1994, sold to Team Taisan for the All Japan Grand Touring Championship series.

Updated by Michelotto for Team Taisan to the Japanese equivalent of full F40 LM specifications. Fitted with a Michelotto engine, LM dog–ring gearbox, Brembo 380 brakes, HKS Piro spherical–ball joint suspensions and Oz racing 18 inch tires and wheels.

1994, All Japan Grand Touring Championship series. Team Taisan.

1994, 23 Oct., Mine - Sanyo Shinpan Cup ′94 Grand Touringcar Endurance Race, All Japan Grand Touring Championship. Keiichi Suzuki and Hideshi Matsuda. Race #: 34. 8th.

1995, All Japan Grand Touring Championship series. Team Taisan.

1995, 02 Apr., Suzuka - Suzuka GT 300, All Japan Grand Touring Championship. Masahiko Kondou and Anthony Reid. Race #: 34. 11th.

1995, 04, May, Fuji - All Japan Fuji GT, All Japan Grand Touring Championship. A. Reid. Race #: 34. DNF (wheel).

1999, 06–08 Aug., Brooks Nürburgring auction. No sale.

2001, October, sold to current owner.

2006, 22 Jan., Gooding & Company auction, Palm Beach Polo Club, FL.

2006, September, on consignment to Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.

Featured in Scuderia Magazine (Japanese) Number 37, February 2002.

See Cavallino Magazine, # 125, pages 44 to 49, for the definitive article on the F40 LMs, F40 GTs and F40 LM GTEs.

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.