The Italian supercar will be auctioned in June.
Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso is auctioning his Ferrari Enzo at the Monaco Car Auctions L'AstaRossa event on June 8. The vehicle has the first body, also referred to as Scocca n.1, as seen in the Ferrari Classichie certification, and the odometer reading is only at 2,983 miles.
The 41-year-old Aston Martin F1 driver did this after a strong finish at the 2023 F1 Monaco Grand Prix, where he finished in P2 behind Max Verstappen. Monaco Car Auctions didn't disclose why Alonso decided to auction his Enzo. The auction price wasn't also put on display. But one can expect the estimated price will be over five million euros (or around $5.33 million).
Finished in Rosso Corsa, the Italian automaker produced exactly 400 Ferrari Enzo units. Powering the supercar is a 6.0-liter V12 engine capable of generating 651 horsepower and 485 lb-ft of torque. It sends power exclusively to the rear wheels via a 6-speed automated sequential manual gearbox.
Joined by over 40 Ferrari models, the auction event this June will see other classic nameplates including the 1972 365 GTC/4 "Beach Car", a 1956 250 GT built by Carrozzeria Boano, and a 1987 Testarossa. New Ferraris will also join the fray such as the F8 Tributo, Roma, and SF90 Stradale.
The Monaco Car Auctions L'AstaRossa event will start on June 6 with a preview event for select guests. On June 8, the car exhibition will be open to the public starting at 10:00 a.m. Later in the day, the auction sale will commence, where we will see who gets to bring home Alonso's Enzo.
After six races (excluding the called-off Emilia Romagna Grand Prix), Fernando Alonso has scored 93 points with Aston Martin, making him P3 in the 2023 F1 Drivers Standing.