2-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso is selling his Ferrari Enzo. The supercar will go under the hammer Monaco Car Auctions L’AstaRossa event on June 8.
Alonso’s Ferrari Enzo has a fairly standard spec with Rosso Corsa bodywork and a black Alcantara interior with bare carbon surfaces, red dials and contrast stitching. The car has covered 2,983 miles since it was delivered to the Spaniard’s garage. It has also received the coveted Ferrari Classiche Red Book certification, which authenticates that the car is in original factory condition.
The Ferrari Enzo was the successor to the legendary F50. It was produced between 2002 and 2004. During this period, Ferrari built 400 examples. At the heart of every Enzo is a glorious 6.0-liter V12 engine that makes 651 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque. It is bolted to a 6-speed automated manual transmission which drives the rear axle.
Fernando Alonso raced for Ferrari for four years, starting in 2010. Now, it’s common for factory drivers to receive a special car during their tenure. However, how and when Alonso got his Enzo is unknown. That being said, it’s still a special machine and is estimated to fetch well over $5 million at auction.