Belonging to a Florida billionaire.
One of the surprises we could find in the event Final Mondiali of Ferrari, held at the Daytona International Speedway, was one of the last examples one-off of the firm of Maranello. Named SP275RW Competizione, is clearly based on the F12, although it is not known by the time in that version.
As the latest creations similar to the department Tailor made in Maranello, some of which appear precisely next to the vehicle, such as the P540 Superfast Aperta or the F60 America, the new SP275RW there’s not much official information, since they are vehicles that are specially created under the specific request of a wealthy owner or collector.
as we know, under the new body could be found in both the F12 standard as the radical version F12tdf, which has already been exhausted all the production, limited to 799 units.
Based on the family F12.
The reason of its peculiar denomination SP275RW Competizione is simple. The initials SP refer to Special Project, the number 275 is an appellation legendary brand, which gave its name to the models which were equipped with the engine of 3.3 litres, 275 c. c. displacement unit. And finally, the initials RW seem to be the same of its owner, since there are reports that indicate that this beautiful specimen belongs to a citizen of Florida, Dr. Rick Workman.
The same reports suggest that Worman received the new Ferrari less than a week ago.
The reason of inspiration for this one-off seems to be the classic Ferrari 275 GTB/C in 1964, specifically the yellow drive belonging to the millionaire Preston Henn. This is considered one of the Ferrari most valued of the history, some suggest a price above $ 75 million.
Ferrari 275 GTB/C 1964.
In total, only were made 3 of these specimens for competition, the C’s name means precisely Competizione, and the unit yellow Henn is the only of these three that has a history in sports. Being the winner of the category GT of the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1965.
A glance at the lines of the SP275RW Competizione we discover several details of design clearly drawn from the classic 1964, such as the side gills, front grill, or reading the lines that make up your silhouette.