At this weekend's Finali Mondiali event, Ferrari announced the limited production Daytona SP3. Powered by a mid-mounted V12 engine, the all-carbon fibre machine celebrates the legendary 1-2-3 victory at the 1967 Daytona 24 Hours. The launch also coincides with Ferrari's recently confirmed return to sports car racing as a works team in 2023; the first time since 1973. The design is inspired by the great sports cars of the late 1960s and 1970s like the 330 P4 and the 512 M. The SP3 in the name is a reference to it being the third model in the Icona range intended as tributes to Ferrari's most iconic sports racers. Underneath the striking lines a 6.5-litre naturally aspirated V12 is fitted, which is good for 828 bhp. The Daytona SP3 is also the first road-going Ferrari that is built around a carbon-fibre moncoque since the LaFerrari. Production is limited to just 599 examples, which will be offered to the owners of the Monza SP1 and SP2 models first.
On Friday, RM Sotheby's held the highly anticipated The Guikas Collection sale. Topping the 39.5 auction was this Ferrari 250 Europa GT Pinin Farina, which sold for 6.2 million. Perhaps the best deal of the weekend was the 2.25 million Renault-Alpine A442, which is not only the sole example in private hands but could also very well be the 1978 Le Mans winning car.

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2022 Ferrari Daytona SP3

2021 RM Sotheby's The Guikas Collection Results