The latest online-only sale organised by RM Sotheby's is the Open Roads, European Auction. The sale opened for bidding last week and lots will close tomorrow and on Wednesday. Among the star lots are those consigned by the Richoz Collection. Among them is this 275 GTB, which was sold new to Switzerland early in 1966. It was one of the rare examples fitted with an alloy body and was originally finished in Rosso Rubino or ruby red. Acquired by the late Edgar Richoz in 2004, 08193 is estimated to sell for €1.7 - 1.9 million.
Richoz was an avid racer during the 1970s and his collection also included several interesting racing cars. The most colourful of these machines was this Inaltera GTP. It was one of three cars built by Jean Rondeau to race at Le Mans in 1976. This particular example was a T-car at Le Mans in 1976 but then raced at Daytona and Le Mans in 1977. Chassis 001 was acquired directly from Rondeau by Richoz at the end of 1977, so it is offered on the public market for the first time in its life.
The Delta S4 is one of the most iconic rally cars and this example was campaigned by the works team in the equally iconic Martini colours. Markku Alén drove it to second in the Lombard RAC Rally at the end of 1985. It was then raced by privateers between 1986 and 1988 in rallies and autocross events. Delta S4 #207 has since been restored to its original colours and can be yours for around €900,000.

Enjoy the links:

1966 Ferrari 275 GTB (08193)

1976 Inaltera GTP Cosworth (001)

1985 Lancia Delta S4 Group B (207)