Only three of the Ferrari 330 P4 were built. Together with a Ferrari 330 P3 / P4. The cars were fitted with a V12 with a three-valve cylinder head modeled on the GP Formula 1 cars. Unfortunately you will probably never see a real one in your life, but a real Ferrari 330 P4 by Noble is coming to the National Oldtimer Festival this weekend. A replica that could win the approval of Ferrari.
The first Ferrari 330 P4 replica was built in 1977 by Noble Motorsport in Leicester on behalf of the famous German designer Luigi Colani. The car was made on the basis of a self-made space frame and equipped with the reliable Renault 2.7 liter V6 engine coupled to a five-speed transaxle. The whole was fitted with a polyester body that was accurate in detail to the original from the sixties.
Noble is known as a respected manufacturer with an eye for detail. The fully handmade Noble was therefore produced in a limited edition. One of them can be seen in real life this weekend during the National Oldtimer Festival at Circuit Zandvoort.
More than a thousand classics
Together with more than a thousand other classics on the paddock, numerous brand clubs, free driving sessions, races and classic parades, this weekend will be a spectacle on the Circuit of Zandvoort.
If you come with your classic, you can register for the Concours d'Elegance on the spot. You compete for the highest honor in your class or even the Best of Show. Your car will be assessed by a few experienced jury members. You can register on the spot at the Concours d'Elegance stage on the paddock.
Lots of action on the circuit
Of course there is also a lot of action on the track. This weekend, for example, cars built between 1966 and 1981 that were prepared according to the specifications of the time, compete within the State of Art NK GT&TC. An increasingly popular racing series with a varied field of participants. The Catawiki Historical Coaches and GTs are ridden for cars built from 1947 to 1965, the NK Touringcars and GTs ('82 to '90), Dutch Time Attack and it is possible to go on the track yourself in your classic.
A fun way to get to know your classic or the circuit is Track Time (Free Driving). For only € 40 (in presale, on site € 45, -) you can drive 20 minutes on the circuit. A helmet is mandatory and 1 passenger is allowed. There are several sessions during the weekend. You can read more about it via https://www.nationaaloldtimerfestival.nl/programma/vrij-rijden-nof.
You can find more information about the National Oldtimer Festival powered by Meguiar's during this weekend via www.nationaaloldtimerfestival.nl.