The Ferrari 330 P2, P signifying prototype, was wheeled out of Marenello in 1965.
Destined at first for the race at Daytona, it was principally used by the official Ferrari team especially for Le Mans 1965.
The 330 P2 was one of the first mid-engined Sports-Prototypes hose design directly inspired by Ferrari´s experience in Formula 1.
It is believed that only 5 models were built.
The De La Chapelle 330 P2 Junior is a 6/10 scale reproduction of this superb and rare sports car.
The bodywork of the original Classic version which have been in production since 1987
has been increased in size to give birth to the new Collector version which now offers improved driver comfort for older children.
The magnificent tubular chassis has also been redesigned around a new drive train equipped with a reverse and a differential
(with the option of adding sophisticated suspension with double aluminium wishbones machined from solid billet as well as hydraulic gas shock absorbers).
Surprisingly easy to drive, young drivers are immediately captivated and can safely discover the thrills of driving.