We are pleased to offer 1996 Ferrari 333 SP Evoluzione s/n 015, an essentially new Ferrari 333 SP, finished in un–blemished Ferrari red. This 333 SP was the Geneva show car in March 1996 and the Turin show car in April 1996. This stunning car has been carefully maintained, and after a decade of museum storage has recently been race–prepped to full factory specifications, track tested and is ready to go. Ferrari 333 SP s/n 015 offers a unique chance for the collector or driver to own a virtually new, track prepped and race ready state–of–the–art Ferrari Sports Prototype race car. Has the very desirable later American Le Mans series specification 6–speed Xtrac gearbox plus the bigger 18″ wheels, larger brakes and improved aerodynamics.
Test run at the August 2008 Monterey Pre–Historic races. With 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. Has a spare set of 18″ wheels and tires. No accidents. Never been off the tarmac! Well maintained purpose built sport race car. The 333 SP will be the featured Ferrari at the 2009 Ferrari National Meet, to be held at Road America and Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
1996 Ferrari 333 SP Evoluzione s/n 015. Essentially a new Ferrari 333 SP. Carefully maintained. The Geneva and Turin show car. Has recently been race–prepped and track tested, ready to go. A unique chance to own a virtually new, tracked prepped and race ready state–of–the–art Ferrari Sports Prototype race car. Has the later American Le Mans series specifications 6–speed Xtrac gearbox, bigger 18″ wheels and larger brakes. Just test run at the August 2008 Monterey Pre–Historic races. Has a spare set of 18″ wheels and tires. No accidents. Never been off tarmac! The 333 SP will be the featured Ferrari at the 2009 Ferrari National Meet, to be held at Road America and Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
S/n 015. VIN F130 E 015. The 14th 333 SP built (s/n 013 was never built). Cars 001-005 were assembled by Ferrari, 006-015 assembled by Dallara, with all subsequent cars by Michelotto. Never raced in period. Fitted from new with engine N.031.
1996, 7-17 Mar., shown at the Geneva Motor Show, displayed on the Pirelli stand.
1996, April, shown at the Turin Motor Show.
1996, late, sold new by Giuseppi Rissi of Ferrari Houston to Carlos Hank Rhon, a noted Ferrari collector from Mexico. Stored at the Rissi racing shop in Houston.
1998, 30 Apr., as per conversation with Frank Triarsi, owner of Ferrari of Central Florida and Classic Coach, New Jersey, he has just purchased this car from Giuseppi Rissi of Ferrari Houston.
2001, 20 Jan., at Bonhams & Brooks, Palm Beach, FL auction. Estimate: $650,000-700,000. Withdrawn.
2007, May, for sale with Symbolic Motor Car Co. of La Jolla, CA. Car has been in storage for past 6/7 years, no crash damage.
2007, June, sold to and tested for the buyer, Adam Reese, an English collector of F1 cars at Infineon raceway. Then stored at Larry Ragland race car shop in Cave Creek, Arizona.
2008, May, the current owner owned Ferrari F1-2000 s/n 203, driven by Michael Schumacher, winning the Canadian and the German Grand Prixs. He sold his F1 Ferrari s/n 203 to Adam Reese and took 333 SP s/n 015 in partial trade.
2008, August, tested at the Monterey pre–historics at Monterey. A fully sorted and ready to go race car.
2008, 06 Sept., photographed by M. Sheehan.
2008, September, on consignment with Mike Sheehan’s www.Ferraris-online.com.
See Cavallino #92 April/May 1996, pg. 10-11 for photo of this car.