2003 Ferrari 575GTC
Year of manufacture2003
While the 550 race cars, dubbed 550 GTS, were produced by British firm Prodrive largely in secret from Ferrari, the 575 GTC were built by the factory.
The 575 GTCs are considered to be the very last V-12 race car built by the Ferrari factory, and only 12 examples were built for the 24 Heures du Mans, the FIA GT Championship and the American Le Mans Series.
They were fitted with an Xtrac 6-speed sequential gearbox and V-12 engine Tipo F133M GT developing 605 hp at 6,300 rpm.
Our car, chassis #2204 is one of these 12 cars and most especially one of the only 3 which entered Le Mans 24H.
Its sole owner, Peter Kutemann, purchased the car new from Ferrari Factory. The car was always raced and serviced by JMB Racing.
#2204 entered the FIA GT Championship in 2004, mostly driven by Antoine Gosse, Peter Kutemann and Stéphane Daoudi and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2005 with Stéphane Daoudi (F), Jean-René de Fournoux (F) and Jim Matthews (USA) behing the wheels. The car completed the Le Mans Endurance Series in 2005 as well.
The 575 GTC is considered to be the very last front-engine V-12 racing car ever made at the Ferrari factory.
It is eligible for Ferrari’s own highly prestigious series “Club Competizione GT”.
Other events for which the car would be gladly invited include the Endurance Racing Legends series, Classic Daytona 24 and Sebring Classic 12 hours.
The car is race ready and is for sale with a spare parts lot as well as a set of wheels.
#2204 is visible in our facilities, upon appointment.