As part of the upcoming Monaco Historic Grand Prix, RM Sotheby's will stage their biennial Monaco sale. The full lot list has been published and the auction is headlined by this Ferrari 340 MM Vignale Spyder. One of four examples built, it was originally delivered to American gentleman racer Sterling Edwards. He won the 1954 Pebble Beach road races and it was later owned for many years by the late Sherman Wolf. In the same ownership for the last ten years, 0350MM is now expected to sell for €6 - €8 million.
Also included is this 1990 Daytona 24 Hours winning Jaguar XJR-9. One of the first examples produced, it was raced in IMSA events during the 1988 and 1989 seasons. For 1990, it was upgraded to XJR-12 specification to win Daytona and then finish on the podium at Sebring. It was subsequently displayed in the TWR Museum and was fully restored in 2006. Not actually raced in historic events yet, J12-C-388 should make a great addition to the historic Group C championship.
One of the rarest machines consigned is this Scarab F1 Offenhauser. The second of three built in period, it was raced throughout the 1960 season by Chuck Daigh, including at Monaco. Still retaining its bespoke desmodromic Offenhauser engine, chassis 002 is a remarkable piece of American racing history.

Enjoy the links:

2022 RM Sotheby's Monaco Sale

1987 Jaguar XJR-9 LM (J12-C-388)

1953 Ferrari 340 MM Vignale Spyder (0350AM)

1960 Scarab F1 Offenhauser (002)