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Pirelli’s bespoke P Zero Corsa tyres for the all new Ferrari SP3.

A Red Ferrari SP3 sits at the checkered line on a racetrack. The unmistakable stylings of Ferrari. The SP3 is a step back in time, taking a lot of the future with you!

One for the History Books

Ferrari’s design team drew on the inspiring 1967 24 hour Daytona where Ferrari finished out the race in the top 3 positions. A monumental achievement that included the timeless and famous Ferrari racing cars of the 60’s and 70’s, this included the 330 P3/4, 330 P4 and 412 P respectively finishing in the iconic race.

Today, Ferrari has brought back these iconic cars of the past into the future. The Italian car manufacturer has now rounded out the 3rd of the Icona series which includes the SP1 and SP2 along with the new Daytona SP3.

Birdseye view of the 1st Icona Series Ferrari SP1 The unmistakable single seater Ferrari SP1. The thrill of experiencing a Ferrari on a whole new level, solo.
Birdseye view of a black Ferrari SP2 with red interior. The Ferrari SP2 flowing designs as a twin seater.

Deep down, the Ferrari SP3 is based on the LaFerrari Aperta and shares a similar carbon fiber monocoque, but in true Icona series fashion it stays true to the classic design curves of the original SP3/4.

History of Design

The typical Ferrari styling draws plenty of cues from the classic horse’s stable of racing cars like the 330 P3 and P4 and 512 S and M that competed at Daytona, Le Mans and the Targa Florio. Devoid of spoilers, the Daytona P3 uses a variety of underbody devices and blown surfaces to be Ferrari’s most aerodynamically efficient road car ever.

Black and white image of a classic Ferrari race car from Daytona. These are the cars of the 70’s that inspired the new Ferrari SP3.

Sticking to a more traditional powertrain, the SP3 encapsulates a mid-mounted Ferrari V12 engine and forgoes any hybrid or electric assisted power, therefore saving on any weight gains and providing a staggering acceleration of 0-100km/h in 2.85sec and 0-200km/h in 7.4sec.

Pirelli has been making tyres for the Italian supercar manufacturer since the 1930’s and knows all too well what is expected when approaching Ferrari with a new car. Pirelli worked closely on the SP3, coming up with an all new P Zero Corsa in the sizes measuring 265/35 front and 345/35 rear, wrapped around staggered rims 20 x 9.0-inch front and 21 x 12.5-inch rear.

Pirelli & the Perfect Fit

The perfect fit is why Pirelli is the manufacturer's first choice for bespoke custom tyres. This design process takes everything into account when constructing a new tyre for such a car including weight, size and power distribution.

The Guestlist

There will be 599 examples built in Ferrari’s Marenello headquarters and each car will of course be fitted with a full set of Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres. With an asking price of over $4,000,000 AUD and an already full order book, the first cars will be rolling off the production line in the new year. We suggest jumping over to the Ferrari configurator and dreaming big!

Are you looking for Pirelli P Zero tyres in Sydney? Tyrepower Kogarah stocks the biggest range of Pirelli tyres south of Sydney. Find us at 7 Lindsay Street, Rockdale or call today on (02) 9587 3366

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