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Monza SP1 & SP2 (812 platform)

Discussion in 'FF/Lusso/F12/812S' started by ajr550, Sep 4, 2018.

  1. spyderman

    spyderman Formula 3

    Nov 4, 2003
    Toronto - Canada
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  3. 21ATS

    21ATS Formula Junior

    Dec 10, 2016
    Kent, UK
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  4. Bryanp

    Bryanp F1 Rookie

    Aug 13, 2002
    Santa Fe, NM
    Hi maha - I am late to this party, but am interested in the blue #8 car livery since my father owned the 500 Mondial that was obviously the inspiration for it for 58 years. Does anyone here have any clue who might own this car? Or where it lives?

    Just so you know, this livery was originally worn by the 1955 500 Mondial, Series II, s/n 0556(0446)MD which was built the first week of May, 1955. It was originally sold to a French privateer, Francois Picard, so it was painted French Racing Blue. It was traded back to the Factory after a summer of racing and was sent to Caracas in November, 1955 as one of the Factory works cars for the first Grand Prix of Venezuela. It was driven by Eugenio Castellotti and Harry Schell to 5th overall and first in class for 2-liter. Two pics for you; one in the race w/ Castellotti at the wheel, and the second at Pebble Beach, 2008 where it won Best in Class for Ferrari Competition cars, and the Enzo Trophy for the Best Ferrari out of all the Ferrari classes. My father owned it from 1960 to 2018.
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  6. BtvFerrari

    BtvFerrari Formula Junior

    Feb 12, 2020
    The Netherlands
    Lives in Italy. This Monza participated in the Ferrari Cavalcade Icona 2022 last year.
  7. 365GTC/4

    365GTC/4 Formula 3

    Apr 7, 2005
    Melbourne, Australia
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    It would be interesting to know why that owner painted it to mimic that specific and famous 1955 Mondial. I think it looks great and is a lovely gesture to pay homage to a race car from nearly 70 years ago with such an interesting history. There can't be too many Ferrari FACTORY team race cars painted other than Rosso Corsa.

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