• MakeFerrari
  • Model333 SP Evoluzione
  • Year1995
  • Serial #012
  • Engine #014
  • Engine TypeF13 E
  • Chassis TypeF13 E
  • Number Built5
  • Body TypeSports Prototype
  • Body BuilderDallara
  • First OwnerFredy Lienhard

1995 Ferrari 333 SP s/n 012. LISTA team car driven by Fredy Lienhard; Didier Theys; and Jurgen Lassig; 19 IMSA, interseries and ISRS races with 13 top five finishes including 1st place finishes at Hockenheim, Jarama, Zolder, and Paul Ricard. Recent year–end rebuild of chassis, gearbox and engine. Ferrari trades considered. Some spares and pit equipment available.

Sold to Fredy Lienhard for the 1995 IMSA season. V–12, 65 degree, 3997 cc/243.87 cu in, Horsepower: 650 bhp/11,500 rpm. Camshafts: 4 DOHC. Valves: 5 per cylinder, in titanium. Ignition: Weber Marelli digital electronic. Gearbox type: sequential mechanical shift. Clutch: 4 plates, metallic. Body construction: Carbon fiber and nomex composites. Chassis construction: Carbon fiber composite and aluminum honeycomb. Weight with oil and water: 862 kg/1900 lb. Front suspension: Independent, pushrod. Rear suspension: Independent, pushrod. Front wheels: Light alloy, 16 x 12. Rear wheels: Light alloy, 16 x 16.

S/n 012. Sold new to Fredy Lienhard, Switzerland, for the 1995 IMSA season. Driven by Fredy Lienhard, Didier Theys and Jurgen Lassig in the 1995 season.

1995, 02 Mar., Fiorano Test, Italy.

1995, 12 Mar., Hockenheim, Germany, #61. Fredy Lienhard won his class in the car’s first race in this Interseries event.

1995, 28 Apr., Road Atlanta, #27. Driven by Fredy Lienhard, and Didier Theys. DNFed.

1995, 29 May, Lime Rock Park, #27. Fredy Lienhard and Jurgen Lassig, winner of the 1995 24 Hours of Daytona (in a Porsche), drove the car to 8th.

1995, 15 July, Sears Point Raceway, #27. Lienhard and Didier Theys finished 5th.

1995, 13 Aug., Mosport Park, Canada, #27. Lienhard and Theys again finished 5th.

1995, 30 Sept., Phoenix International Raceway, #27. Lienhard and Theys finished 5th.

1995, 05 Nov., Jarama, Spain, #53. Lienhard finished 1st in class and 6th overall in an Interserie race.

1995, 1–10 Dec., Essen Motor Show, Germany, red, shown by H&R Spezialfedern GmbH.

1996, 06 May, Test, Hungaroring, Hungary.

1996, 03 Aug., Test, Most, Czech Republic.

1996, 05 Oct., Test, Dijon, France.

1996, 1–10 Dec., Essen Motor Show, Fredy Lienhard.

1997, 23 Mar., 1000 KM Monza, Italy. DNF.

1997, 22 June, Dijon, France, Swiss Championship, 2nd.

1997, 06 July, Donington, England. ISRS, 2nd.

1997, 02 Aug., Zolder, Belgium. ISRS. 1st. Fastest lap.

1997, 09 Nov., Jarama, Spain, ISRS, DNF.

1998, 05 Mar., Test, Paul Ricard, France.

1998, 25 Mar., Test, Misano, Italy.

1998, 13 Apr., Paul Ricard, ISRS round 1, France, 1st.

1998, 17 May, Brno, Czech Republic, ISRS. 5th. Fastest lap.

1998, 04 July, Misano, Italy. Theys/Lienhard, ISRS. 3rd.

1998, 19 July, Donington, England. Theys/Lienhard, ISRS, 2nd.

1998, 16 Aug., Anderstorp, Sweden. Theys/Lienhard, ISRS. 2nd.

1998, 07 Sept., Nürburgring, Germany. ISRS. Lienhard/Theys. Red and blue/Black cloth. Theys/Lienhard. DNF.

1998, 19 Sept., Le Mans, Bugatti, France. ISRS. 2nd.

1998, 26–27 Sept., competition and on display at Ferrari Day Ticino Lodrino/Campione d’Italia, red and blue/black cloth, Fredy Lienhard.

1998, 06 Dec., Kyalami, South Africa. Theys/Lienhard, DNF, driveshaft.

2000, 19–23 Jan., Cavallino Classic, Moroso and Palm Beach, Florida. Red.

2002, 14–16 June, Kessel Ferrari Days, Lugano–Agno/Switzerland.

2003, May, sold by Michael Sheehan to a client in Europe.


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