The Final Mondiali at Daytona International Speedway has thrown up some interesting stories this weekend. Perhaps the most significant is the sighting go this mysterious Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione. Very little detail is known about the SP275 RW Competizione, it sits next to the Ferrari P540 Superfast and Ferrari F60 America; a trio of ultra-rare modern Ferrari’s!
What we do know is that the Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione is based upon the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. It has had much of its aerodynamic bodywork reconfigured. Gone are the air vents and fender vents which have come to define Ferrari’s fastest GT car. Apparently, it took 2 years to create this particular car.
The design work, at least at the front, is reminiscent of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Lusso by Touring as well as the Ferrari 612. The lines are vent smooth and the body panels are complete carbon fibre. The colours resemble Preston Henn’s 275 GTB/C Speciale with Giallo triplo strato paintwork complemented by blue carbon.
We expect, given the timing of the release, the Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione will feature the F12tdf updates although we cannot be sure. If so, it should manage 770 hp from its 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12!
We are told that it was delivered to its owner, Dr. Rick Workman of Florida, around a week ago. Workman has built quite a name for himself in the classic Ferrari community, owning one of 10 Ferrari 275 GTB/4S Spyder’s, a stunning Ferrari 400 Superamerica Coupe and a Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder among others. The P540 Superfast is believed to be owned by Edward Walson, son of John Walson, the inventor of cable TV whilst the F60 America