Entertainment The Ferrari 333 SP Has One of the World's Best-Sounding V-12s

16:01  22 november  2019
16:01  22 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The 333 SP was built by Dallara to race in the World Sports Car championship and IMSA in the 1990s. The engine, however, was designed in-house by Ferrari. And you can tell right away.

It's a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated V-12, one of the company's best (in terms of sound, anyway). The car itself was also immensely successful, securing five driver's championships and three constructor championships throughout its career. But the sound is what we remember.

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a car driving on a race track: Please, turn the volume up for this one. © 19Bozzy92 - YouTube Please, turn the volume up for this one.

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