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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:2004 - 2005
Numbers built:12
Introduced at:2004 Geneva Motor Show
Internal name:M144
Designed by:Pininfarina
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 11, 2013
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Chassis 15439 One of two MC12s campaigned by the Vitaphone team in the 2005 FIA GT Championship, this chassis was first seen at the pre-season Monza test where it set the fastest time. It was raced that season by team owner Michael Bartels and his compatriot Timo Scheider. With the help o>>>

Chassis 15441 One of a pair of Red Bull backed JMB entries in the 2005 FIA GT Championship, this MC12 started the year with a pole position at Monza. Philipp Peter, Chris Buncombe and Roman Rusinov eventually finished fourth. It continued the year with an ever changing driver line-up and >>>

Chassis 15442 Shown at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show, chassis 15442 was one of the works-supported cars raced by AF Corse in the final rounds of that year's FIA GT. The car debuted at Imola where Andrea Bertolini and Mika Salo finished second. The talented pairing won the next time out at Os>>>

Chassis 15443 The second MC12 raced by Vitaphone in the 2005 FIA GT Championship, it was raced that year by Thomas Biagi and Fabio Babini. They won at Oschersleben, placed second at Istanbul behind the sister car and finished third in the first four races. In 2006, Biagi was joined by Jam>>>

Chassis 15444 Monaco-based JMB acquired this MC12 ahead of the 2005 FIA GT season. It was raced that year by Andrea Bertolini and Karl Wendlinger, who won at Magny Cours. Joined by Philipp Peter, they also finished second in the Spa 24 Hours. After sitting out the 2006 season, it was pres>>>

Chassis 15445 Although built in 2004, this MC12 was not raced until the 2007 season when it was one of the MC12s fielded by the Vitaphone team. In the hands of Thomas Biagi and Mika Salo, it was driven to victory in the Tourist Trophy at Silverstone. Now joined by team-owner Michael Barte>>>

Chassis 22797 The tenth MC12 built, chassis 22797 was originally raced in the 2006 Italian GT Championship by Scuderia Playteam. With Gianbattista Giannocaro and the very quick Toni Vilander behind the wheel, it proved very successful that year. The following season, the team stepped up t>>>

Chassis 24053 Built in 2006, this MC12 was sold new to accomplished Swiss privateer racer Freddy Lienhard. Fielded by the Doran-Lista team, this car was entered in select races of the 2007 American Le Mans Series. The entry was controversial as sanctioning partner ACO had banned the MC12 >>>

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