Ferrari F12 TdF Dressed as 330 P4 Le Mans Racecar Has Its Own Instagram Account

We have to admit that, in terms of online attention, the Ferrari F12 Tour de France has managed to steal quite a bit of the LaFerrari's show and we're here to bring you the freshest example of that.
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Photo: f12tdf.ecuriefrancorchamps on Instagram
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As it happens, this is also the wildest F12 TdF we've shown you so far - for the sake of comparison, here's Hugh Grant's incarnation of the Prancing Horse, which isn't exactly shy in terms of appearance.

What you see here is more that just a color scheme. We're talking about a racing livery, one that's borrowed from a Ferrari 330 P4 racecar. The Maranello racer in question is No. 24, which was driven by Jean Blaton and Olivier Gendebien at the 1967 edition of Le Mans.

The trick here is the all-Belgian take: that 330 P4 mentioned above was run by Belgian team Ecurie Francorchamps, taking third place that year, behind another 330 P4 and the winning Ford GT40.

As you'll be able to notice, the hommage-paying process was taken extremely far. Perhaps the most impressive tailor-made element on the car comes in the form of the White ceramic-coated exhaust tips.

The retro take is obviously mirrored inside the car, where the racing atmosphere is so strong it almost floors the throttle for you.

Once the Belgian customer worked with Ferrari's Special Projects to spec this TdF, the Grand Tourer was delivered to dealer Francorchamps Motors Brussels, and you can check out the special arrival moment in the clip below - did we mentioned that this Fezza has its own Instagram account?

Nowadays, such a stunt is only normal and with this year's Le Mans race just around the corner, this Ferrari owner will have plenty of stuff to post. Here's to hoping another F12 TdF onwer challenges the visual insanity shown here.

P.S.: In case you're wondering, the car is owned by Daniello Nicola, President of the Ferrari Club Belgio.


A video posted by F12tdf.EcurieFrancorchamps (@f12tdf.ecuriefrancorchamps) on Jun 3, 2016 at 12:44pm PDT

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