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Ferrari 333 SP

A Pictorial History, 1993-2003

In this richly illustrated book, Terry O’Neil details the origins of a remarkable racecar, the Ferrari 333 SP. This vehicle heralded the famed automaker’s return to professional sports car competitions after an absence of more than twenty years. Introduced on the American racing circuit in 1994, it found instant success and continued to be a major player in numerous races in the US and Europe. Of the 126 races the 333 SP entered, it emerged victorious in nearly fifty, making it one of the most successful sport prototype cars in Ferrari’s history. Containing over eight hundred images—many of them never published before—O’Neil’s book is a vivid look at this inimitable automobile.

416 pages | 846 color plates | 9 1/2 x 13

Sport and Recreation

Transportation: Automotive

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Table of Contents

Introduction Credits and Data Sources Preface Development and Specifications 1994:Vindication 1995:Ferrari Wins the IMSA WSC Championship 1996:Oldsmobile Fight Back 1997:The ISRS Emerges in Europe 1998:The USRRC Can-Am Series; A False Dawn 1999:European Success for the 333 SP 2000:Introduction of the Grand-Am Series 2001:Winding Down – The End of an Era 2002-2003:The Last Hurrah Appendix 1:Certificate of Authenticity Appendix 2:Race Entries and Results by Chassis Indices

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