There is no question as to whether or not the Ferrari 330 P4 is one of the most iconic and quintessential race cars in history. Ferrari originally created the car to compete with larger automakers, such as Ford, who took first, second and third place in the 1966 Le Mans race.
In 1967, the 330 P4 competed in the 24 Hours of Daytona, a race that is now know as “The Revenge of Il Commendatore.” Crossing the finish line were three Ferraris, including the 330 P4. Ferrari was then put on the map as a motorsport powerhouse.
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Uploaded to YouTube July 15 is a video of the Ferrari 330 P4, featuring one of the cars that finished in the ’67 Daytona race. What’s more, this is the only remaining example of the 330 P4. In the video, Nick Longhi, Ferrari Corso Pilota Instructor and Race Prep Engineer for Private Collection, gives us the history behind the car and what it’s like to actually drive it. And, of course, there are some incredible sounds and sights of the 330 P4 on the track.
While it has been decades since this car has been produced, it still sounds and looks like a true automotive dream.