Ferrari holds Ferrari Racing Day events each year at famous racetracks around the world so Ferrari owners can race Ferrari 458 Challenge cars, and give attendees the chance to watch famous Ferrari racecars in action. One of those ex-factory Ferrari racecars making an appearance at the last Ferrari Racing Day at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca was the Ferrari 333 SP, which just so happened to have cameras mounted around the car as it lapped the raceway.
The Ferrari 333 SP was Ferrari’s Sports Prototype entrant for most of the ’90s. The racecar was powered by a 4.0-liter Formula-1 derived V-12 that reportedly produced upwards of 600 horsepower. This video shows onboard footage of the 333 SP lapping Laguna Seca while being passed by a more modern ex-factory Ferrari F1 car multiple times.
The video features four different camera angles, providing three different looks at how the Ferrari 333 SP gets around the legendary track. The start of the video features a single camera mounted above the engine intake, giving an excellent look at the fastest lines around Laguna Seca. Starting at 3:05, the view changes to a front-mounted camera that looks back at the driver. Fast forward to 7:02 and the camera angle changes up again, this time to a forward-facing camera mounted just inches off the asphalt. Skip ahead to 10:13 and you get the view from the driver’s helmet-mounted cam, allowing you see what Laguna Seca is like from behind the wheel of a Ferrari 333 SP.
You can check out the video for yourself below.