|Chassis Number||Model||Race History|
|84248||Michelotto||For sale QV500 2004 Euro109,000. 1993, never raced|
|95380||Michelotto||Italian Super GT Championship car driven by Oscar Larrauri.95380 was the 1993 and '94 Italian GT Championship winning car (Class 2) run by the Shell-backed Jolly Club and driven predominantly by Oscar Larrauri. Taking class wins in 16 of the 27 races it contested, 95380 also recorded four outright wins against much more powerful Class 1 machinery. 1993, new to Jolly Club, Italy.|
1993 Italian GT Championship:
28/03/93: Monza (Larrauri) 7th overall, 1st in Class 2
12/04/93: Magione (Larrauri) 8th overall, 2nd in Class 2
16/05/93: Vallelunga (Larrauri) 6th overall, 1st in Class 2
30/05/93: Misano (Larrauri) 4th overall, 1st in Class 2
13/06/93: Mugello (Larrauri) 4th overall, 1st in Class 2
27/06/93: Pergusa (Larrauri) 4th overall, 1st in Class 2
05/09/93:Binetto(Larrauri) 5th overall, 1st in Class 2
03/10/93: Imola (Larrauri) 7th overall, 1st in Class 2
17/10/93: Mugello (Larrauri) 7th overall, 1st in Class 2
1994 Italian GT Championship:
20/03/94: Monza Race I (Trione) DNF
20/03/94: Monza Race II (Trione) 6th overall, 3rd in GT2
04/04/94: Magione Race I (Trione) 3rd overall, 2nd in GT2
04/04/94: Magione Race II (Trione) 2nd overall, 1st in GT2
24/04/94: Mugello Race I (Trione) 6th overall, 3rd in GT2
24/04/94: Mugello Race II (Trione) 5th overall, 2nd in GT2
05/06/94: Vallelunga Race I (Larrauri) 2nd overall, 1st in GT2
05/06/94: Vallelunga Race II (D' Amore) 5th overall, 3rd in GT2
26/06/94: Varano Race I (Larrauri) DNF
26/06/94: Varano Race II (Larrauri) 4th overall, 1st in GT2
10/07/94: Vallelunga Race I (Larrauri) 4th overall, 2nd in GT2
10/07/94: Vallelunga Race II (Larrauri) DNF
24/07/94: Misano Race I (Larrauri) 1st overall, 1st in GT2
24/07/94: Misano Race II (Larrauri) 1st overall, 1st in GT2
04/09/94: Binetto Race I (Larrauri) 2nd overall, 1st in GT2
04/09/94: Binetto Race I (Larrauri) 1st overall, 1st in GT2
25/09/94: Vallelunga Race I (Larrauri) 2nd overall, 2nd in GT2
25/09/94: Vallelunga Race II (Larrauri) 1st overall, 1st in GT2
Note: in 1994 results were no longer aggregated, double headers having been created.
|96435||Michelotto||For sale on various web sites 1993 Ferrari 348 #96435 by Michelotto di Padova in the configuration "Le Mans". This car has NEVER been raced and is flawless. The sound and feel of this car is indescribable. The quality of the work on this car is exceptional. Michelotto and Ferrari are synonymous with racing success. If you are a Ferrari enthusiast, you can understand the significance of this car. Imagine yourself at the next Ferrari Club event with this Very Rare car! This car was built specifically for an Italian collector. The car is now located in the US as a "Competition Car", and is being offered for sale. This a rare opportunity to own one of only 2 TS Models in the World built by Michelotto in this configuration. The car has 33500 Kilometers (20000 miles) and is exceptionally clean throughout. The Miles are normal street diving as the car is "Street Legal" in Europe. This 348 is in perfect running order and is a once in a lifetime opportunity, don't miss out on this one. Serious buyers please e-mail me with any questions.$73,000.00 Phone: (678) 521-6713 e-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|96064||Michelotto||96064 will be familiar to American enthusiasts as the ex-Steve and Tom Shelton, Didier Theys and Art Coia entry from 1994's Daytona 24 Hours. It was run from the Shelton brothers Ferrari dealership in Fort Lauderdale and finished the Floridian classic in a creditable 16th overall. Michelotto fitted hot 360bhp engines with reconfigured fuel mapping and F40 halfshafts into all Competizione's, changes to the bodywork including a Lexan rear window and lightweight alloy panels for the front lid and engine cover. Carbon composite was used for the doors, bumpers and undertray, supplementary ducts feeding cool air to the rear brakes. The brakes themselves were uprated 15-inch cross-drilled Brembo discs, wider Speedline five-spoke magnesium wheels being typically shod with slick Goodyear tyres. Michelotto uprated the suspension with fully adjustable Koni dampers and anti dive geometry, strengthening gussets having been installed around the engine bay. Cockpits were completely stripped and fitted with an FIA-spec roll cage, OMP race seats and occasionally, electric windows.|
|96547||Michelotto||1993, never raced|
|97296||Michelotto||1993, never raced. Appeared in Scuderia Magazine in1998. Owner: Club Yellow Magic.|
|97933||Michelotto||1993, never raced|
|98226||Michelotto||1994, never raced|
|98367||Michelotto||1994, never raced|
|98676||Michelotto||1994, never raced|
|99107||Michelotto||1994, never raced|
|99143||Michelotto||1994, never raced|
|97553||348 GTC/LM||Lemans Car 348 GTC-LM Repsol No57 Ferrari Epsania 11th over all. 4th in the GT2 class.|
|98997||348 GTC/LM||Lemans Car 348 GTC-LM Totip No64 Ferrari Club Italia DNF. One of two cars constructed by Michelotto for Ferrari Club Italia to race at Le Mans 1994.|
Race History of Ferrari 348 GTC/LM Chassis #98997:
(1) 4 Hours of Digione (BPR series) - May 1, 1994. Drivers: Oscar Larrauri - Fabio Mancini. Results: DNF due to broken wheel shaft.
(2) 24 Hours of Le Mans - June 18-19, 1994. Drivers: Oscar Larrauri - Fabio Mancini - Joel Gouhier Results: DNF due to hose fitting failure inside the fuel tank. Note: car #64, white color for Totip sponsorship (collaborated w/Jolly Club).
(3) 4 Hours of Vallelunga (BPR series) - July 10, 1994. Drivers: Fabio Mancini- Massimo Monti. Results: 4th place of class after having broken the gear lever.
(4) 4 Hours of Spa (BPR series) - July 22, 1994. Drivers: Fabio Mancini - Massimo Monti. Results: 2nd place of class (1st Callaway) and 5th place overall.
(5) 6 Hours of Vallelunga - October 30, 1994. Drivers: Fabio Mancini - Massimo Monti - Domenico Schiattarella Results: 1st place of class and 2nd place overall.
Purchased from Michelotto in July of 1995 by Landshark Racing, and raced at:
(1) Chrysler Mosport 500 (3 hour race for IMSA World Sports Cars and GTS Cars at Mosport Park, Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada) - August 13, 1995 Drivers: Gerry Jackson - Bill Cooper Results: finished 5th in class and 15th overall.
(2) Phoenix Grand Prix - (45 minute race for Exxon Supreme GTS-2 cars at Phoenix International Raceway, Phoenix, Arizona) - Sept. 30, 1995. Drivers: Gerry Jackson Results: finished 8th in class.
(3) Grand Prix du Mardi Gras - (45 minute race for Exxon Supreme GTS-2 cars, New Orleans Street Circuit, New Orleans, Louisiana) - October 8, 1995. Drivers: Gerry Jackson Results: finished 8th in class. Appeared i Scuderia Magazine 1998."
|95450||348 LM||Lemans Car 348 LM Totip No55 Simpson Engineering (GB) DNF|