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The sound is a symphony
What a very fortunate owner
Nuremburgring…The words of an art collector not motorsport enthusiast!
Love the car, this may have been the last “Factory effort” I also love the Ferrari 333sp but I think it was built for the privateer teams with minimal factory help… Either way, I could
Listen to the sound of it all day…
Can I see the engine please !!! Otherwise superb video as always.
Tremendous video. the sound. the sound. also I had read about this car before but somehow never understood it had a flat-12 instead of a V. for comparison (and joy) here’s another flat-12er: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrEDm2rSMNs
That glorious noise, is what’s missing from today’s LMP machines. The symphony of all the interconnected mechanical components (and many multiplied by 12 ;)) going at mind-blowingly high speed/revolution.. is just irreplaceable with modern technology. Also, it’s great to know the owner takes this beauty out to really step on it! My utmost respect to you Mr. Read!
Immense sounds, awesome shots from high up, and a great story once again, can’t ask for more. Thank you Petrolicious crew!
I know that everyone has their favorite car, or favorite Ferrari. For me this is my favorite Ferrari of all time. People talk about what a great noise a car or engine makes. I am among those that disagree with the concept of “noise”. This car does not make a noise, it makes a sound. A sound that is nothing less than magical. This entire car is magical. Thank you for this video Petrolicious. It is just fantastic! I only have one complaint. And it’s a big one! Why, oh why, could this video not have been something like……..2 hours… Read more »
Thank you very much! I think I’m not the only one who would enjoy a downshift-ringtone on that Ferrari as well … Great job!
Great idea, the 3.0 flat 12 has more of a bark than the regular Ferrari v12. Could listen to that all day.
Errr … not to be pedantic or anything but …. the 333 SP was in fact Ferrari’s last hurrah Sports Prototype here in the US . Granted it wasn’t an ‘ official ‘ Scuderia Ferrari entrant [ though in fact it was more ‘ official ‘ than Ferrari was ever willing to own up to … as well as it coming within a hairs breath of going international ] … but the last hurrah of Ferrari sports prototypes in US racing it was . And what a glorious and incredibly beautiful , dominating car it was as well . Worthy… Read more »
Oh great, now I’m gonna bore all my non-car friends with tales of this car and video. On the other hand, this video could be the litmus test for the car gene: no effect = no car gene, or might be clinically dead.
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I have actually seen and heard that model in person – 1994 FCA National Meet in Monterey. It sounds like the real thing in person and quite loud.
This guy is really moving around Willow. I wonder where he stands in track times?
I would also be interested in the track times for this car.
Props to the owner for driving it and for contributing to this video.
Thanks for sharing.
Another great video! Nice to see a drone added to the Petrolicious toolbox.
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