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Amato Ferrari / AF Corse has chosen to support the 'LAPS Keeps On Cooking' campaign by donating this lot.

Crankshaft and pistons from the Ferrari 458 GT3 engine.

These parts belonged to the engine of the 458 GT3 car which won the 24 Hours of Spa in the Pro-AM category in 2015 with the drivers Alessandro Pierguigi - Gianmaria Bruni - Pasin Lathouras - Stephane Lemeret.

AF Corse was founded in 2002 in Piacenza, Emilia Romagna, the heart of Motorvalley, by former driver Amato Ferrari.

Strongly linked to Maserati first and then to Ferrari, it is currently involved in the production of the Ferrari 488 GTE and the Ferrari 488 GT3. AF Corse currently competes as an official Ferrari team in the endurance world championship in the GTE Pro class, where it has won 4 drivers titles, 6 constructors titles and 4 24 Hours of Le Mans, and also competes in the Endurance Cup of the GT World Challenge Europe, a championship won in 2020 and 2021. In addition to its main program, AF Corse supports several teams competing in various championships for cars with GTE and GT3 specs, such as the European Le Mans Series, International GT Open, the GT World Challenge Europe and the GTE Am class of the world endurance championship. In the past it has also taken part in the FIA ​​GT championship, becoming the most successful team in the GT2 category.

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Item #L10348

  • In condition as donated.

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