Ferrari 330 P4

The Ferrari 330 P4 was the works team's main car for the 1967 Sportscar season. They scored a huge win at Daytona, and while they blew off Sebring and other events, they also won at Monza. At Le Mans, they took 2nd and 3rd place, but this only meant they were merely victims of Dan Gurney's now-famous "champagne assault"...

While I was putting this list together, I was surprised to fin that Jackie Stewart had raced this car for the Ferrari works team at Brands Hatch. Was that his only Ferrari drive ever?

As far as diecast cars go, this has been done by the usual second-rate european brands. Bang and Brumm have their requisite sloppy units, and Joeuf has a similar one in their budget "serie legend" line. But there are the other, high detail Jouef units. The top-of-the-line is the velvet-boxed Jouef Daytona winner. There are two other similar "presentation" units in red and yellow with the same detail but no race markings.

The recent Altaya line suggests that there will be an IXO version of this car, and there are mysterious lots on eBay for "IXO" Ferrari P4's without boxes. This usually means QA rejects or test runs

Ferrari 330 P4

Place

Car
Sponsor

Car # Class

Model

Ref. #

Image

Daytona 1967
1Ferrari 330 P4 Spyder
Lorenzo Bandini
Chris Amon
23
Bang
7120
2Ferrari 330 P4 Coupé
Mike Parkes
Ludovico Scarfiotti
24
Bang
Limited Edition
1019
Monza 1967
1Ferrari 330 P4 Spyder
Lorenzo Bandini
Chris Amon
3
Bang
7174
Targo Florio 1967
DNFFerrari 330 P4 Spyder
Nino Vaccarella
Ludovico Scarfiotti
224
Bang
7147
Le Mans 1967
DNFFerrari 330 P4 Coupé
Günther Klass
Peter Sutcliffe
19
Bang
7117
DNFFerrari 330 P4 Spyder
Chris Amon
Nino Vaccarella
20
Bang
7139
2Ferrari 330 P4 Coupé
Ludovico Scarfiotti
Mike Parkes
21
Bang
7098
3Ferrari 330 P4 Coupé
Willy Mairesse
"Jean Beurlys"
24
Bang
7118
Brands Hatch 1967
2Ferrari 330 P4 Spyder
Chris Amon
Jackie Stewart
6
Bang
7266
5Ferrari 330 P4 Spyder
Ludovico Scarfiotti
Peter Sutcliffe
7
Bang
7121
6Ferrari 330 P4 Spyder
Paul Hawkins
Jonathan Williams
8
Bang
7140