At the upcoming Monterey Peninsula auctions some truly iconic racing cars will cross the block. Quite possibly the most successful is this Ferrari F300, which will be offered on Saturday by RM Sotheby's. The F300 was the first Ferrari Formula 1 car developed by the newly signed dream-team of engineers for Michael Schumacher. The German raced the consigned chassis 187 was raced four times, resulting in victory on every occasion. The undefeated Formula 1 car has a pre-sale estimate of $6-$8 million.
At Goodings official Pebble Beach sale, this Porsche 962C will be offered from what is only the second owner. Its first was Bruce Leven, whose team fielded the car from 1988 through to 1990 in striking Havoline colours. Leven retained the car until his passing in 2017 and since then 962-139 was seen in public only once.
Earlier that same day, this Alfa Romeo 33/TT/12 will cross the Bonhams auction block at the Quail Lodge. Raced in period by the likes of Jacky Ickx and Rolf Stommelen, it has survived in highly original condition. From new, it has had just three private owners, including Ickx himself and Jackie Setton. The 33/TT/12 has a pre-sale estimate of $1.7-$2 million.
Among the new cars due to be launched at Monterey is this Aston Martin DBR22. Inspired by the 1950s Aston Martin sports racers, the V12-engined DBR22 is another limited edition model much like the V12 Speedster of which 88 were built in 2021.

Enjoy the links:

2022 Aston Martin DBR22

1998 Ferrari F300 (187)

1988 Porsche 962C (962-139)

1974 Alfa Romeo 33/TT/12 (AR 11512-007)