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Ferrari's Daytona Moments
It took 15 tries, and he famously said “With all the money I have spent at Daytona, I could have bought 1,000 Rolexes, easily,” but in 1998, 58-year-old Gianpiero Moretti took the checkered flag to win the Rolex 24 at Daytona in his MOMO Ferrari 333SP
Ex-Ferrari 333SP team EuroInternational to LMP3 with Le Mans aim
The team that gave Ferrari's 333SP
its first victory over 20 years ago will return to international prototype racing with the new Ligier LMP3 in the Asian Le Mans Series. Antonio Ferrari's EuroInternational squad, which as Euromotorsport took a debut ...
Video: Two Ferrari 333SP's Hit the Track
The Ferrari 333 SP
was unveiled at the end of 1993 and features a Ferrari 4.0-liter naturally aspirated, longitudinally mounted V12 engine producing around 600hp. During the preceding years, the Ferrari 333 SP
had an extremely successful racing career ...
Insider Report: Max Papis to drive for Toronto-based Ferrari team
This is a homecoming of sorts, as Papis drove for Remo Ferri years ago in the fabled IMSA GT series at the wheel of a Ferrari 333SP
. I will have more details on the team's plans in this week's print version of Wheels. With all the great Canadian ...
Video: Ferrari 333SP in Action
The Ferrari 333SP
is an unique race car built in 1994 to race in the IMSA championship during the mid-90s. The racer served as a basis for the Ferrari F50 road-legal supercar sharing the same chassis. Our friend Alexsmolik filmed the car at the 2012 ...
Video Find: Ferrari 333 SP Tears up Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
- MotorTrend Magazine (blog)
Ferrari Racing Day events give attendees the chance of a lifetime to see rare and desirable hot Italian metal in action. At this year's Laguna Seca event, the driver of a Ferrari 333 SP
mounted cameras all over his car as he lapped the famous raceway ...
MOMO embarks on new challenge with NGT Motorsport
Fourteen years ago, the #30 MOMO Ferrari 333SP
, driven by Mauro Baldi crossed the 1998 Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring finish line in first place. This historic victory was part of the North American endurance racing Triple Crown that saw MOMO's ...
Gianpiero Moretti - Witness to the times, Part 1 of 4
- Autoracing1 (subscription)
Fourteen years after MOMO made history with a win of the 1998 unofficial North American endurance racing Triple Crown; the Rolex 24 At Daytona, the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring and the Six Hours of Watkins Glen, at the wheel of the Ferrari 333SP
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Ferrari 333 SP; Category: Le Mans Prototype: Constructor: Dallara (Series One) Michelotto (Series Two) Designer(s) Dallara: Technical specifications; Chassis: carbon ...
Professional sports car racing in the US seemed to have hit a wall in 1993. The GTP formula had played out its hand and followed the downward wave of the economy and ...
With its career spanning over eight years, the Ferrari 333 SP raced with more than one engine under its hood. Initially, Ferrari fitted the race car with a version of ...
La Ferrari 333 SP est un modèle de compétition de la Scuderia Ferrari développée par Golim, engagée en championnat américain IMSA durant la deuxième moitié ...
The Ferrari 333 SP marked a triumphant return to sports racing for Ferrari. Get the facts on this racing car, including its competition history.
El Ferrari 333 SP fue un sport prototipo fabricado por Michelotto para la marca italiana Ferrari en la clase World Sports Car del Campeonato IMSA GT, la cual ...
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The Ferrari P series were sports prototype racing cars produced in the 1960s and early 1970s. Although Enzo Ferrari resisted the move even with Cooper dominating F1 ...
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Ferrari 333 SP Wiki
The Ferrari 333 SP is a sports prototype car that was built by Dallara and later Michelotto to World Sports Car regulations for Ferrari. Unveiled at the end of 1993, at the behest of amateur racer Giampiero Moretti (owner of the MOMO auto parts business), the 333 SP marked Ferrari's official return to sports car racing after a 20-year absence. The car was built to compete in the IMSA's new WSC class, which replaced the previous GTP cars.While the 333 SP was on its planning stages, Ferrari contracted Italian motor racing chassis manufacturer Dallara to develop the chassis and tub, leaving the maker to concentrate on the engine, a version of the V12 powerplant used in the 1990 Ferrari 641 Formula One car, enlarged to 4.0 L, with power around 600 bhp (around 450 kW).The car debuted in the third round of the 1994 IMSA GT Championship at Road Atlanta, securing the first two places. Four cars were allocated to three teams, Euromotorsport, Momo Corse, and Team Scandia. In the following round, at Lime Rock, the Italian cars monopolized the podium, and would take three more wins until the end of the season. However, due to Ferrari starting the season late, they were beaten by Oldsmobile to the makes' championship, and Andy Evans was the best placed Ferrari driver at fifth in the drivers' championship.In 1995, the 333 SP took its revenge. Although proving unreliable at the 24 Hours of Daytona, it took top honors at the 12 Hours of Sebring before securing another four wins. With the four cars taking more consistent results, Ferrari won the makes championship and Fermín Velez won the drivers title, with Mauro Baldi and Wayne Taylor taking third and fourth, respectively. The car also made its debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, but was never competitive in the French race, its best result a 6th spot in 1997.The following year the car was still competitive and tied with Oldsmobile in the constructors championship but lost on a tie-breaker, as well as allowing ex-F1 driver Max Papis to score a final second place and Didier Theys a fourth in the drivers championship, even though the 333 SP won only two races. In 1997, the Ferrari won again at Sebring and took another four wins. However, the car was losing its competitiveness against the more modern Riley & Scott, and taking 4th, 5th and 6th in the drivers championship and second in the makes was the best it could with a four-year-old design.In 1998, the car was slightly updated, and found new life in the International Sports Racing Series (later called FIA Sportscar Championship), winning every race and scoring the championship's two top spots with the winners Emmanuel Collard and Vincenzo Sospiri and runners-up Didier Theys and Fredy Lienhard. In America, the car won three rounds in the IMSA Championship (including Sebring) and took Wayne Taylor to second in the final standings while Ferrari won the makes championship. In the rival USRRC Can-Am championship, the 333 SP finally managed to take the Daytona 24 Hours crown.Starting from 1999, the car found its niche in the European races, as the newly introduced American Le Mans Series saw factory-backed Audi and BMW entries dominating against privateer Ferraris. The cars were consistently outclassed in the ALMS races, and in 2000 Doran Racing even fit a Judd engine in an attempt to stay competitive. However, across the Atlantic, the 333 SP was the car to own, and in 1999, Collard and Sospiri renewed their ISRS title, edging out Christian Pescatori, who won the following year, with David Terrien, making it three championships in a row for the JMB Racing-entered Ferrari.As the 333 SP became outdated in chassis, engine and aerodynamics, it gradually disappeared from international sports car racing. In 2001, no Ferrari prototype raced in the ALMS, although the Risi Competizione car made a few appearances in Grand-Am, while in Europe, Marco Zadra won the FIA Sportscar Championship but the car was not as dominant as it had once been.In 2002, the 333 SP was absent from the championship, but made a few appearances the following year, powered by a Judd engine, at the hands of Giovanni Lavaggi's GLV-Brums team. The 333 SP's final appearance was at the 2003 500km of Monza.