Henry Ford vs. Enzo Ferrari and GT40 vs 330 P3/4. This is a story of ego, money, racing, and myths. A story that gives us not only one of the most captivating endurance racing rivalries but also one of the most beautiful racing cars ever. Meet the stunning Ferrari 330 P3/4 depicted as fine car art by artist Nicolas Cancelier. The iconic car coming out of the small town of Maranello is a true inspiration to Cancelier.

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Ferrari 330 P3/4 is a piece of racing car art

What is so captivating about Ferrari 330 P3/4 is its silhouette that stands for eternal beauty and engineering mastership. This is the first Ferrari that has fuel injection and fibreglass. 330 P3/4 is designed to be the biggest enemy of Ford. It is faster and more reliable than Ford GT40 but it never wins the 24 Hours of Le Mans. However, Ferrari 330 P3/4 manages to finish 1-2-3 at the 24 Hours of Daytona and to collect a few titles at Spa and Monza circuits.

Ferrari 330 P3/4 and its private racing sibling Ferrari 412 P are the last endurance racing Ferrari cars. In the early '70s  Enzo Ferrari concentrates his efforts in Formula 1, leaving endurance racing behind. Unfortunately, the beautiful 330 P3/4 is no longer a priority.

Ferrari creates just four examples of the P4-engined cars. Three are 330 P4s and one is P3/4. One of them is scrapped by Ferrari after а racing accident but its chassis number 0846 is taken by a US replica. 0856 remains in its original state and is now in the private garage of Lawrence Stroll, a Canadian billionaire. Lawrence happens to be the father of Lance Stoll who recently became the second-youngest rookie (only 18 years old) to take a podium spot in an F1 competition. Chassis 0858 is converted into a 350 Can-Am racer by Ferrari but is now fitted with a P4 Berlinetta body. Chassis 0860 is also converted to a 350 Can-Am but it now has a P4 Spyder body. It is part of the Bardinon Collection.

To us, it is a pleasure to have this 330 P3/4 car art in our Ferrari collection. Order your art print now at Simply Petrol and make your petrol soul scream in happiness.



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