Chassis number 15667 has had a long and prestigious racing career that included such historic venues as the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Tour de France. It raced during the 1972 season under the Charles Pozzi SA banner and was driven by Jean-Claude Andruet, Claude Ballot-Lena, Francois Migault, Dolhem and Seraggi.
At the 1972 Le Mans 24 Hours race, the car ran in the GT class and finished 5th overall. It would have the same result at the Tour de France that year. It returned to Le Mans in 1973 and this would be its final competition outing. It placed 9th overall and second in class.
Since the mid-1990s, the car has raced in many historic events, especially in the Ferrari Maserati Historic Challenge.
The car is currently painted in its Le Mans winning Ferrari France livery. It is one of the most important Daytona Competitizone example ever created.Also photographed at :