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1992 Ferrari F40 GTE Serial Number 94362
We are pleased to offer the 1994 Italian GT Championship winning F40 GTE s/n 94362. This F40 GTE was race prepared to F40 GT specifications by Michelotto in late 1992–early 1993 and raced in most of the 1993 Italian GT Championship finishing 6th overall. In 1994 F40 GT s/n 94362 raced the full Italian GT Championship winning at Vallelunga, Varano, again at Vallelunga and at the last race in Misano, finishing 1st overall in the 1994 Italian GT Championship with Vittorio Colombo at the wheel.
F40 GTE s/n 94362 is one of only seven cars built by Michelotto to 1993 F40 CSAI-GT specifications for the 1993–1994 Italian GT series. These very fast Ferrari GT racers featured all new suspension wishbones, new spring and shocks, larger anti-roll bars, four-pot Brembo brakes and wider one-piece OZ wheels, all evolved from the F40 LM. Horsepower jumped from 475 hp to 560 hp, thanks in part to more boost and a competition exhaust system. Lightweight carbon fiber dropped the weight to 1050 kg or 2310 lbs. The F40 GTs also featured a quick fill fuel system, flat floors with cooling ducts for the engine, a fire system, a full roll cage, plexiglass sliding windows and the ride height was dropped 5 cm or 2″. The seven F40 GTs that were built are s/n 74047 for Luca Sartori (I); s/n 79922 for Santiago Puig (E); s/n 80742 for Jolly Club (I); s/n 84642 for Jean Sage (F); s/n 88203 for Tubi Style (JP); s/n 90508 to Germany and our feature car, s/n 94362 for Jolly Club and Vittorio Colombo (I).
F40 GT s/n 94362 was entered with full race support for the 1993–1994 seasons by the Jolly Club which has entered and supported racing Ferraris from the 1950s through the 1990s on behalf of the Jolly Hotel chain in Italy. The Jolly Hotel chain is owned by the Figli fabric empire which was founded by Count Gaetano Marzotto, patriarch and father of the very successful racing brothers Paolo and Gianni Marzotto. Indeed, Jolly’s Ferrari sponsorship dates back to 166 Inter Spider Corsa 0121 in 1950.
In late 1994–early 1995 F40 GT s/n 94362 was updated by Michelotto to F40 GTE specifications for the BPR GT Race series, becoming one of only seven F40s updated by Michelotto to F40 GTE specifications. The very popular BPR Championship revived GT racing in 1994–1995–1996, bringing multiple great manufacturers back to International GT racing. The carbon-fiber body was updated to F40 LM body specs with much wider front and rear bodywork and rocker sill panels. The chassis was reinforced with carbon fiber, stiffer anti-roll bars and extra cross bracing beyond even the F40 LM specifications. Power was put to the ground with bigger 11 1/4 x 18 front and 13 x 18 rear Enkei wheels backed up with massive Brembo brakes. Aerodynamics were much improved with a full front splitter, a much larger double segment rear wing and a huge ground-hugging lower rear air venturi. Power was increased to 620 HP at 7500 RPM with 39 mm restrictors. Weight was very light at 1100 Kilos. And for those who want to go really fast, 800 HP is possible with the restrictors removed. A centerpiece for any Supercar collection, an F40 GTE offers the ultimate chance to utterly devastate your neighbor’s rather mundane F40 LM at the next Ferrari club track event. Seven F40 GTEs were built. They are s/n 74045 for René Herzog (CH); s/n 82404 for Scuderia Ennea (I); s/n 84503 for Wide World of Cars (US); s/n 85015 also for Wide World of Cars; s/n 88779 for Scuderia Ennea (I); s/n 90001 for Scuderia Ennea (I); and last but not least s/n 94362 for Jolly Club and Vittorio Colombo (I).
F40 GTE was then raced in the BPR series in 1995, but without the support of a well-organized race team such as Jolly Club it was a mid-field car, running in only four BPR Series races. F40 GTE s/n 94362 is fully sorted and comes with all the spares needed for historic racing today; including a spare set of 18″ Enkei wheels, a set of Koni racing shocks and springs, a set of transport tie down wheel nuts, a new set of wheel nuts and a set of used wheel nuts.
F40 GTE s/n 94362 has a long and impressive race history, and is one of only two F40 race cars to win an FIA Championship. The ultimate weapon for those who want a very serious Ferrari for the collection or for the track. Has completed a detailed pre-sale inspection with a copy on file. Priced right at €995,000.