1967 was a good year for Ferrari’s sports car racing program. After losing the Constructor’s International Sports Prototype Championship to Ford in 1965 and 1966, Enzo Ferrari asked its chief engineer Mauro Forghieri to build a winning car.
This is how the Ferrari 330 P4 was born, arguably the greatest Ferrari endurance racecar of all time. Based on the 330 P3 with which it shared the stunning sculpted bodywork, the 330 P4 brought Ferrari the Constructor’s title in the 1967 season after winning the 24 Hours of Daytona (a 1-2-3 finish) and the 1000 Km Monza race (a 1-2 finish).
Powered by a V12 engine producing 450 hp, the 330 P4 was outstanding in all aspects, including speed, looks and sound.
Head past the break to hear the story of the only existing original car from the latest video from Petrolicious.
By Dan Mihalascu