Call it art. Call it technology. It's 100 percent pure Ferrari.
It may just be the greatest Ferrari endurance race car ever. When the 330 P4 hit the track for the 1967 season, it had to go up against the partnership of Carroll Shelby and Ford. That duo was racing the iconic GT40, which had just won Le Mans the previous year. Obviously Enzo Ferrari wasn’t pleased, and he wanted to win again. So he instructed his chief engineer to make that happen. Improving upon the 330 P3, the 330 P4 looked nearly the same from the outside.
Underneath, however, there were several mechanical and engineering improvements. Because of that, the 330 P4 had a 1-2-3 finish at the 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans. And what you’re about to see is the number two car, the only original Ferrari 330 P4 still in existence.