It is Ferrari Friday today with a detailed look at four fabulous examples produced by the Italian manufacturer. Three of these will cross the block next week at the RM Sotheby's The Guikas Collection sale. Headlining the single collection, no reserve auction is this 250 Europa GT Pinin Farina Berlinetta, which has a 7 - 9 million estimate. Shown at the 1955 Turin Motor Show, this is one of four competition specification cars built, which served as prototypes for the legendary TdF models.
A particularly striking example consigned is this one-off 512 BB LM. It is fitted with a unique, aerodynamic and was raced at Le Mans twice in period. After being displayed for many years in the Maranello Rosso museum, chassis 35529 is estimated to sell for 2.25 - 3 million.
A more recent Ferrari consigned is this, the very last Ferrari 575 GTC built. It was raced by a Czech enthusiast from whom Guikas acquired the car directly. Chassis 2224 should find a new owner for 3 million.
A brand new Ferrari is this BR20, which is the latest of the company's one-offs. It is based on the V12-engined GTC4Lusso. The revised styling is helped by the removal of the rear seats, which allows for a fastback roof line. The BR20 is also slightly longer than the base model.
Anticipating the demise of the GTE/GTLM category, Corvette Racing have announced the development of the Corvette Z06 GT3.R due to debut at the start of the 2024 season.

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2024 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 GT3.R

2021 Ferrari BR20

2005 Ferrari 575 GTC (2224)

1981 Ferrari 512 BB LM (35529)

1955 Ferrari 250 Europa GT Pinin Farina Berlinetta (0385GT)