RM Auctions in Ontario are putting one of the most iconic cars in history up for sale. The Ferrari F310B, chassis 179 was once driven by Michael Schumacher and Eddie Irvine.
The F310 B was first seen at the 1997 Australian Grand Prix and then it went on to claim Ferrari’s first victory at the Monaco Grand Prix later that year, driven by the legendary Michael Schumacher.
At the end of the season the car had 102 points and had won several races. The F310 B was developed by John Barnard and Ferrari Technical Director Ross Brawn. Rory Byrne took over as Chief Designer after Barnard left the team. The car received many modifications, including a higher noise than the previous F130 model.
The model also had large front and rear wings to maximize downforce at high speeds, powered by a 3.0 liter V10 engine. The engine could produce 739 bhp (551 kW).
The auction is for the eight of nine F310 B built and the first of two lighter models with a bigger fuel capacity.
If you have the funds, then the auction will commence on November 21st.
Kitguru says: Just make sure you have the garage to secure it !