To view other parts of our Ferrari collection take these links to the Ferrari Racing & Prototype Cars of the 1950's, 1960's, 1970's, 1980's to Present,
as well as the GP & F1 Cars and the ProductionSports Cars parts of our Ferrari collection.

SPORTS RACING CARS & PROTOTYPES OF THE 1980's to PRESENT
1980 512BB LM: Steve O'Rourke entered his EMKA Productions sponsored 512 BB/LM at Le Mans in 1980, in a reprise of its run at Le Mans in 1979 under Ecurie Francorchamps livery; with EMKA sponsorship and )'Rourke driving. Teamed at Le Mans with Richard Down and Simon Phillips in 1980, they failed to qualify the car, however, NART's entry was disqualified from the race and this car joined the other five 512 BB's running. Starting in 51st position they worked their way down the grid, but a rear tire burst on the Mulsanne Straight before midnight. O'Rourke was able to save the car and make it back to the pits where it was delayed 90 minutes while a rear body section borrowed from the Bellancauto Team was fitted. They finished 23rd overall and 8th in the IMSA class.
Model by BRUMM 1/43
1980 512BB LM: French Ferrari distributor Charles Pozzi teamed with JMS Racing to field three entries for Le Mans in 1980. This car (Chassis #32129) finished 10th overall and 3rd in the IMSA class at Le Mans in 1980. The car was driven by an all Belgian team of Pierre Dieudonné, Jean Xhenceval & Hervé Regout Ten students from European University in Antwerp as a business project, raised sponsorship funds to sponsor the car at Le Mans. They were successful and as a result, the car was painted in university colors.
Model by ALTAYA 1/43
1981 512BB LM: Alain Cudini, John Morton and John Paul, Jr. drove to a 9th place finish and 4th in class at Le Mans in 1982. Known as the Ferrari 512 BB LM, the design of these factory-developed machines was by Pininfarina. The LM weighed 1,235 pounds less than a production 512 BB and the fuel-injected 5.0-liter flat-12 pumped out over 480 hp. This is Chassis #35527. The 512BB replaced the 3365 GTB4 BB and the 512 resurrected the name of the earlier 512 racer.
Model by IXO 1/43
1981 512BB LM: Simon Phillips entered this car at Le Mans in 1981, where he co-drove with Steve Earle and Mike Salmon. It was Salmon's tenth start at Le Mans. Salmon, a Ferrari dealer in Jersey may have helped Phillips in the purchase of this car (Ch.#35523), it was he last of 25 512 BB/LM's to be constructed at Modena from 1978-1981. Powered by Ferrari's 5.0L flat-12 engine, the Pininfarina styled cars reached a maximum power output of 470hp. At Le Mans in 1981, five 512 BB/LM's were entered in the IMSA GTX class. The Phillips car while advancing to 19th overall after a lengthy stop for radiator repairs, retired after 140 laps at 2am at Mulsanne Corner, its transmission broken. French Ferrari distributor Charles Pozzi's 512 BB/LM finished 5th and first in class, the best result for the 512 BB/LM at Le Mans.
Model by BEST 1/43

1990 F40 Competizione: The F40 Competizione is the more powerful version of the F40 LM cars being raced in the late 80's. The Competizione was made as a result of Charles Pozzi, the French Ferrari importer, wanting a faster F40 to race at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Less than 20 examples of the F40 Competizione were built. Powered by a 2.9L twin-turbo V8, producing a thundering 790 horsepower, the car can reach a top speed of 230 mph, making it one of the fastest production Ferrari's.ever made.
Model by Hot Wheels 1/43
1994 333SP (Dallara) SEBRING WINNER: Team Scandia began campaigning this 333 SP (Ch. #003) in 1994 in the IMSA WSC class. They raced the car until Sebring in 1997, after which it was sold to Dibos racing for the 1997 IMSAeason and then subsequently sold to Brums racing and raced in Europe from 1998 to 2001. Over that career, the car was successful at all major racing venues, having been raced at Daytona, Le Mans, Monza, Spa, Nurburgring and of course Sebring. This car won Sebring 12 hours twice, in 1995 and in 1997 for Tewam Scandia. This is the 1997 livery as driven to victory by Yannick, Dalmas, Stefan Johansson, Fermin Velez and Andy Evans.
Model by ALTAYA 1/43
1995 F40 GT Evolzione LM: Michel Ferté, Olivier Thévenin and Carlos Palau drove the Pilot Aldix Racing Ferrari F40 LM to a12th place overall finish and 6th in class at Le Mans in 1995. A lightweight F40 built originally for the 1990 IMSA series, it was prepared for the Pilot Team to race in the BPR Championship by RF Sport. The 3.0L twin-turbo powered V8 provided 760 bhp, although it was slighytly detuned for Le Mans. The team was running as high as 8th place whenlate Sunday morning an incident with a McLaren dropped it three places and a punctured tire caused the F40 to come home in 12th overall position, 6th in the GT1 class. The team would have one win the rest of the season at Anderstorp.
Model by HOT WHEELS 1/43
1995 F40 GT Evolzione LM: Entered by the Ferrari Club Italia, this F40 was driven at Le Mans in 1995 to a 18th overall finish and 9th in class by Gary Ayles, Massimo Monti and Fabio Mancini. The F40's entered at Le Mans in 1995 had discrete factory support and their GTE spec 3.0L engines produced 660bhp. They were the fastest GT1 qualifiers but repeated delays and off track incidents caused the cars any opportunity of beating th McLarens.
Model by HOT WHEELS 1/43

1995 333SP (Dallara): 333SP Chassis #010 was campaigned by Scandia Racing through two seasons, being sold to Moretti/Momo Racing for the 1997 season. It was raced in both the IMSA series in N. America and WSC races in Europe. It has made multiple appearances at Spa, Monza, Sebring, Daytona and Le Mans. This is the final Le Mans configuration of the 4.0L V12 powered entry by Momo with Gian Piero Moretti, Didier Theys and Max Papis driving. They finished 6th, 3rd in Class.
Model by MINICHAMPS 1/43
2003 360 Modena Challenge: The Ferrari 360 Modena, a mid-engine two-seater was produced from late 1999 until 2005. Ferrari partnered with Alcoa to produce an entirely new all-aluminum space-frame chassis. The new V8 engine, common to all versions, is 3.6 litres and produces 400 bhp of power. The 360 Challenge, is a stripped out circuit racing variant of the street 360 Modena and the 360 GT, is a GT racing variant of the 360 Challenge race cars, even more extreme than a Challenge. All were factory built race cars.
Model by IXO 1/43
2003 360 Modena GT: Cort Wagner, Brent Martini, Sylvain Tremblay and Selby Wellman drove this Ferrari of Washington entry at Daytona in 2003 (CH #2008). They were classified 31st overall after an accident ended their race. The car was raced in the Grand-American Road Racing Championship in 2002, taking numerous wins in the GT class, with several second place finishes overall.
Model by EDICOLA 1/43
2004 Ferrari 575 GTC: Mike Hezemans, Ange Barde & Jean-Denis Deletraz drove the Barron Connors Racing entry at Le Mans in 2004. Their race ended after 200 laps due to failed electrics. The 575 GTC was a purpose built race car for the GTS class by Ferrari Corse, utilizing the 575M Maranello as the basis, using a tube frame and composite body panels. It used the larger 6.0L V12 with twin-overhead cams on each bank and four valves per cylinder. It produced 605 hp and a top speed of just under 2010 mph. The team ran the car in the 2004 Le Mans Endurance Series in Europe, as well as Sebring in the USA. Their best finish was 10th at Silverstone.
Model by IXO 1/43

2005 Ferrari FXX Evoluzione: The Ferrari FXX is a high performance race car and prototype built by automobile manufacturer Ferrari in Maranello, Italy. The FXX is based on the street-legal Enzo. The FXX's engine is based on the Enzo's, but has been increased to 6.3 L displacement and output increased to 789 hp. The FXX launched a new program for Ferrari where Ferrari kept and maintained the customer cars and allowed them to drive and race them only on special Ferrari approved track days. Original cost of the FXX was $1.8 - $2.1 million USD.
Model by Hot Wheels 1/43
2006 Ferrari F430 GTC: Scuderia Ecosse entered their F430 GTC at Le Mans in 2006 & 2007 in the GT2 category, with Chris Niarchos, Andrew Kirkaldy and Tim Mullen driving. In 2006 the team placed 17th overall and 3rd in class. In 2007, transmission problems caused the car to be sidelined in the late stages of the race. Besides Le Mans, the Scuderia campaigned the car in British and FIA GT championship races. The F430 GTC was built between 2006-10, replacing the 360 Modena GTC as the competition version of the street car. Like the 360, the F430 shape was similar and it also used a 4.0L V8, which in race trim produced 483 bhp.
Model by Hot Wheels 1/43
2006 FXXX:
Model by Redline 1/43

2009 599XX: Based on the 599 GTB, the 599 XX has increased the 6.0L V12 engines out put of 720 hp, while reducing the weight of the engine unit components and other components 600 lbs. through the use of composites and carbon-fiber body parts. Designed only for the race tract, the 599XX production was limited to 30 units. Designed by Ferrari F1 engineers, they used F1 technology for aerodynamics and down force aids to make the car create 617 pounds of downforce at 124 mph and 1389 pounds at 186 mph. The driver is able to select and alter the stability control’s level of aggression.
Model by HOT WHEELS 1/43
2011 458 Italia GT2 (GTC): Tuned for endurance racing, the 4.5L V8 in the GT2 produced 464 bhp from its lower reving engine, but Ferrari maintained the same torque as the slightly more powerful 458 Challenge. The GT2 was campaigned with success in the FIA World Endurance Championship and both the European and American Le Mans series. At Le Mans in 2011 Rob Bell, Tim Sugden, Xavier Maasen drove JMW Motorsport entry to 24th place overall and 10th in class. This car (Ch. #2808) has been run at Le Mans three years by JMW (2011-2013), with 2011 being the best finish.
Model by EDICOLA 1/43
2011 458 Italia Grand-Am: Powered by a 500 bhp 4.5L V8, the Grand-Am was designed from the GT3 to compete in the American Grand-Am series. Eddie Cheever, the former Indy 500 winner and F1 driver encouraged Ferrari to rejoin the Rolex series for the 2012 season. In July 2011, Ferrari tested this car at Daytona in preparation for the 24 hour race and an end to Porsche's dominance in the GT class. Ferrari factory drivers Jaime Melo and Toni Vilander handled the testing duties. Aimautosport won the 2012 Rolex GT Series Championship with their 458 Grand-Am.
Model by EDICOLA 1/43

2011 458 Italia GT2 (GTC): French team Luxury Racing brought two cars to Le Mans in 2012, this car (#2834) which was driven in the GTE-Am class and another 458 for the GTE-Pro class. Belgian Piere Ehret and American's Frankie Montecalvo and Gunnar Jeanette drove the 4.5L V8 powered car, with Jeanette, the most experienced of the trio, qualifying the car in 44th position. While running as high as fifth in class, disaster struck just past 2 am on the Sunday morning, as Le Mans rookie Montcalvo went off course and badly damaged the car, leading to their retirement after 146 laps. At Le Mans in 2011, this car also retired, but due to mechanical issues. This was the last Le Mans for Luxury Racing and the exited the racing scene after the 2012 season finishing 6th in class in the FIA World Endurance Championship.
Model by FUJIMI 1/43
2011 458 Italia GT2 (GTC): While Le Mans did not go well for the GTE-Am half of the Luxury Racing Team in 2012, it went very well for the GTE-Pro team. On the 50th Anniversary of the Ferrari GTO's class win at Le Mans, the Luxury Racing crew of Jamie Melo, Frederic Makowiecki and Dominik Farnbacher helped make it a 1-2 Ferrari finish in their class. The trio qualified the car 34th, and were the fastest GTE-Pro entry, finishing 2nd behind the AF Course 458 in 18th overall position. This car (#2832) had been raced at Le Mans the prior year, but was a DNF, making this finish the best result for the French team in its brief existence and a fitting golden anniversary rememberance of the GTO's great win in 1962.
Model by FUJIMI 1/43
2011 458 Italia GT2 (GTC): AF Corse entered this 458 (#2872) they had been campaigning since 2011 at Le Mans in 2013, with Darryl O'Young, Piergiuseppe Perazzini and Lorenzo Case driving in the GTE-Am class. After qualifying in 51st position, they worked their way up through the through a relatively trouble free race mechanically, but they were slowed by a couple of off course excursions; but were still able to finish 26th overall and 2nd in class. AF Corse cars finished 2nd and 3rd in the GTE-Am class at Le Mans in 2013, but were not as fast as the class winning Porsche 911 GT3 RSR. The Ferrari 4.5L V8 was starting to show its age, but still led Ferrari to a GTE Manufacturers Championship, which in 2014 made the 3rd year in a row they claimed that honor.
Model by FUJIMI 1/43
2011 458 Italia GT2 (GTC): Amato Ferrari started his AF Corse race team in 1995 and has been competing in major GT series with Ferrari around the globe since. While no relation, with a last name of Ferrari, what else? AF Corse has fielded entries at Le Mans since 2008, with class wins for the team in 2012, 2014 & 2015. The Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 was first introduced in 2011 to participate in the ACO and FIA championships. At Le Mans in 2013, AF Corse entered this car driven by Jack Gerber, Matt Griffin and Marco Cioci in the LMGTE Am class, along with two other 458's in that class and two in the LMGTE Pro class. This car finished 27th overall and 3rd in class behind a sister car in 2nd and a Porsche 997 that won the class. The car was raced heavily in Europe in 2013 & 14, making another trip to Le Mans in 2014 where it failed to finish.
Model by FUJIMI 1/43

Ferrari Team Transporters Through the Years
1964 Ford 'C Type' Ferrari Transporter: Maranello Concessionaires is the Ferrari importer into the U.K.. They raced the latest cars under their banner all over Europe. This transporter is typical of race car transporters of the top teams in the mid-60's.
Model by EXOTO 43 1/43
1959 Fiat Bartoletti Tipo 642R: Built for Ferrari by Bartoletti on a Fiat truck chassis, this transporter was used to transport Ferrari team cars well into the 1960's. It is currently owned by collector and vintage racer John Shirley in Seattle.
Model by OLD CARS 1/43
1962 Fiat Ferrari Transporter: By the early '60's, Ferrari progressed to an enclosed transporter for its F1 and sports racing prototypes. This type of transporter with its complete workshop, was used up until the early 1970's and the advent of the semi-transporter.
Model by OLD CARS 43 1/43
1957 Fiat Bartoletti Ferrari Transporter: 1957 Fiat Type 642 RN2 Bartoletti Transporter for Scuderia Ferrari with load of GTO's bound for Le Mans.
Model by CMC 1/18

1973 Fiat 238 Van: Used for race support, vans played an important part in carrying tools, tires, oil and fuel to race meetings. Ferrari used a variety of Fiat based vans over the years to assist the F1 and Sports racing teams at events across Europe.
Model by RIO 43 1/43
1976 Fiat Ferrari Transporter: The 1970's brought tractor trailer rigs to the racing paddock and the bigging of the mega rigs which are employed today to haul not only the cars, but all the computer telemetry gear, body parts, spares, etc. of a modern F1 team.
Model by POLITOYS 1/64
1976 Ferrari Transporter:
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2005 Iveco Stralis Ferrari Transporter: A long way from the open transporters of the 50's and 60's. Complete shop facility, crew lounge, these modern transporters provide both all the necessary facilities for supporting an F1 team, but in relative luxury as well!
Model by NEW RAY 1/43

To view other parts of our Ferrari collection take these links to the Ferrari Racing & Prototype Cars of the 1950's, 1960's, 1970's, 1980's to Present,
as well as the GP & F1 Cars and the ProductionSports Cars parts of our Ferrari collection.


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JAGUAR RACING CARS:
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JAGUAR AT LE MANS

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1988 - Current

JAGUAR CONCEPT CARS

EACH JAGUAR MODEL FROM 1935 IN PRODUCTION ORDER

FERRARI RACING CARS:
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FERRARI FORMULA ONE

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PORSCHE RACING 1990 - Current

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GRAND PRIX, INDY & FORMULA 1:
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THE TRIPLE CROWN OF ENDURANCE RACES:
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GREAT AUTOMOTIVE MAKES:
ABARTH
ASTON MARTIN
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RACING, RALLYE, SPORTS, GT & CLASSIC CARS
RACING SPORTS, GT & PROTOTYPE CARS 1945 to 1959
RACING SPORTS, GT & PROTOTYPE CARS 1960 to 1969
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WORLD DRIVER & CONSTRUCTORS CHAMPIONS 1950 - 1985

GREAT RACING TEAMS:
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GULF OIL RACING
MARTINI RACING TEAM
GROUP 44, Inc.
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BRUMOS RACING TEAM

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CAN-AM SERIES 1966 - 1974
IMSA SERIES 1971 - 1998
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