Cars We Sold

1995 Ferrari 333 SP Evoluzione Serial Number 011


Lead photograph of 1995 Ferrari 333 SP Evoluzione Serial Number 011

We are pleased to offer 1995 Ferrari 333 SP Evoluzione s/n 011, a “Ferrari-built” MOMO-LANDSHARK-LISTA team car driven by GianPiero Moretti, Wayne Taylor, Didier Theys, Gerry Jackson and ‘Mad Max’ Papis. 333 SP s/n 011 has twenty well-documented races in the 1995-1996 IMSA Series with sixteen top five finishes. Perhaps the ONLY well-raced 333 SP never hit hard and still with its original tub! We know 333 SP s/n 011 well, having sold it in 1998 and again in 2011. This stunning racer has been carefully maintained through a decade of dealer and museum storage and was fully serviced in 2011 at an authorized Ferrari dealer by an experienced Ferrari-trained tech with extensive 333 SP experience. Full service with the clutch changed, the gearbox inspected and resealed with only two test days since being serviced.

Unveiled at the end of 1993, the 333 SP transformed racing in the bleak years following the demise of IMSA GTP series and established the standard for open top prototypes while ushering in Ferrari’s official return to Sports Prototype racing after a 20 year absence. The 333 SP debuted in the third round of the 1994 IMSA GT Championship at Road Atlanta, finishing first and second. In the first year of racing four 333 SPs were campaigned by three teams: Euromotorsport, Momo Sports, and Team Scandia. In the next race, at Lime Rock, the 333 SPs monopolized the podium, and would take three more wins by the end of the season. In 1995 the 333 SP won the 12 Hours of Sebring and four other races, winning the Sports Prototype Championship while Fermin Velez won the drivers title. The 333 SP remained competitive, winning the European FIA Sportscar Championship as late as 1999 with Collard and Sospiri and again in 2000 with Christian Pescatori and David Terrien for the JMB Racing-entered Ferrari. Spanning over eight seasons, from 1994 to 2002, the 333 SPs were amazingly successful, winning major championships on both sides of the Atlantic, with 56 outright victories along the way. With a substantial IMSA history this 333 SP should qualify for entry into Europe as a car with Significant Historic Interest with no Duty and VAT at only 5%.

This 333 SP would be the centerpiece for any serious Ferrari collection, is very user-friendly on the track and can be operated with the help of a single mechanic. Built to last 24 flat-out hours at Le Mans or Daytona, a 333 SP requires minimal maintenance in the hands of a private owner and is essentially bulletproof. The first twelve 333 SPs were actively raced and were built by Ferrari with the tubs by Dallara being sold and supported through Ferrari. S/n 013 was not built and from s/n 014 through 041 all 333 SPs were built, delivered, and supported by Michelotto. 333 SP Evoluzione s/n 011 offers a unique chance for the collector or enthusiast to own a well-documented and ultra-exotic race-ready state-of-the-art Ferrari-built Sports Prototype race car. With a 4,000 cc V-12 evolved from the 1994 3.5 liter V-12 F1 engine putting out 650 horsepower at 11,500 RPM in an under-2000 lb rocket, the shriek of the V-12 at full song alone is worth the price of admission. A well maintained purpose-built endurance sport race car that will last a lifetime as a club racer. Maintained by a very qualified race shop, only two test days since a full service and clutch, turn-key ready to go, comes with both the original 17″ wheels on Pirelli P Zero slicks and a full set of new 18″ race wheels with Dunlop slicks. Priced to sell at $1,495,000 USD.

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