Maserati MC12 Corsa
Unique opportunity to own chassis no.1 of 12 Maserati MC12 Corsas - Road legal example
The Maserati MC12 was produced in order for the Italian brand to be able to compete in the FIA GT Championship. Based on the incredibly successful and impressive Ferrari Enzo, the MC12 benefited from increased downforce and exclusivity, being designed purely as a homoligation vehicle to allow Maserati's return to racing after 37 years.
In addition to the 50 'Stradale' MC12s produced, there were a total of 12 MC12 Corsas made, designed for private track use. The Corsa was developed directly from the MC12 GT1 vehicle and has a number of significant modifications from a standard MC12. The most notable example of this is the increased power from the race-derived engine, putting out nearly 750 bhp; more than 100bhp more than the 'standard' vehicle. Other similarities to the GT1 car include a larger rear-wing and shortened nose.
The majority of MC12 Corsas were finished in Blue Victory, however the vehicle we are fortunate enough to offer is painted black and is chassis number 1 of 12. Further, the vehicle has been modified and is now a road-legal example, mainly due to the addition of a 4 wheel lifting system. Not only is this MC12 Corsa the first produced, it can also be enjoyed on the road. Very much a unique opportunity to invest in a piece of Maserati history.