Ferrari 330 P3/4
Ferrari 330 P3/4
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.
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 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.
Nicolas Cancelier, born into an artistic family, discovered his passion for motorsport during his youth when a neighbor, a mechanic, introduced him to races at Spa and Nurburgring circuits. Channeling this racing enthusiasm, he expressed his love for the sport through various artistic mediums such as oil, watercolor, pastels, and pencil. His preferred eras in motorsport are the 50s, 60s, and 70s, and his artworks beautifully capture the essence of these iconic racing periods.
To meet our high-quality standards, we rely on the best available printing technology for Fine Art Reproductions and use the industry-leading printing machines made by EPSON.
Fine Art Print
310 gsm · 100% α-cellulose · genuine mould-made paper
Fine art prints are made on Hahnemühle German Etching - a white, 100% α-cellulose paper for archival standards. The mould-made etching paper features a distinct textured surface. With its premium matt inkjet coating German Etching meets the highest industry standards regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper.
Hahnemühle German Etching® FineArt media
Clearly defined felt structure
Museum quality for highest age resistance
Certificate of Authenticity
Security Hologram Sticker
180 gsm · matt-coated paper
Premium heavyweight paper, produced in Japan, at the highest industry standards with very good stability of the printed images. Particularly suitable for printing photorealistic quality images with intense colours and uniform matt.
Katana Photo Matt 180
Printed on EPSON SureColor P9000
UltraChrome HD 8-Color pigment ink
Frequently asked questions
How long does it take to ship?
Shipping times depend on your location and the shipping method chosen during checkout.
Standard shipping within the EU usually takes 3-7 business days, while air shipping may take longer, up to 10 work days.
Since our prints are made on-demand, production times can vary. On average, it takes about 2-3 business days for production.
What materials are used?
We use high-quality materials to ensure the best possible results.
For fine art prints, we use 285 gsm German Etching Hahnemühle art paper.
Poster prints are typically printed on durable, 180 gsm heavyweight paper with a slight satin finish.
What sizes are available?
Our art prints come in various sizes to accommodate different needs and display options.
Popular sizes include 20x14 inches, 28x20 inches, and 40x28 inches.
These prints tend to be on the larger side and are compatible with most ready-to-use frames.
What is your return and refund policy?
We provide a 60-day, no-questions-asked return policy for all print products, unless otherwise specified on the item. To be eligible for an exchange or refund, the products must be in the same condition as when they were received.
If you wish to initiate a return or exchange, please contact us via email. For more comprehensive information, please visit our dedicated Return Policy page on our website
Do you ship internationally?
Yes, we offer international shipping to many countries worldwide.
However, please note that shipping times and customs procedures may vary.
Can I track my order?
Absolutely! Once your print is shipped, you will receive a shipping confirmation email with a tracking number. You can use this tracking number to monitor the progress of your shipment and estimate its arrival date.