The Last F1 Car Enzo Ferrari Ever Made Could Be Your New Track Toy

The Last F1 Car Enzo Ferrari Ever Made Could Be Your New Track Toy

Enzo Ferrari’s last ever piece of Formula 1 handiwork is looking for a new home.

The Ferrari F1/87 machine, driven by Michele Alboreto himself in the 1987 world championship was designed by Gustav Brunner and overseen by all-time British engineer John Barnard. Enzo died the following year, making this vehicle his last project.

This car sported the new (at the time) 1.5-liter turbocharged six with a 90-degree vee to replace the old 120-degree setup. Despite fresh F1 restrictions, it could still produce 950 horsepower (708 kW) in qualifying spec and 880 hp (656 kW) in race trim.

Alboreto drove this #100 chassis in the Hungarian, Austrian, Italian, and Portuguese Grands Prix, though was forced to retire in each of them, a credit to reliability issues the car was plagued with at the time.

Bonham’s auction house, a familiar name here on the Boss Hunting feed, claims this car has been kept in climate controlled storage ever since its final retirement and is expected to sell for €750k later this month in Monaco.

At the same event, you’ll be able to snatch up Senna’s ’84 Toleman, if you’re in the spending mood. Browse the gallery below and note the condition of the tyres, unchanged since their final lap.