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The Gstaad Sale / 2012/2014 Maserati Granturismo GT4 Chassis no. ZAMHXST45B000049325

LOT 115
2012/2014 Maserati Granturismo GT4
3 juillet 2022, 14 h 00 UTC+2
Gstaad, Palace Hotel

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2012/2014 Maserati Granturismo GT4
Chassis no. ZAMHXST45B000049325

• Campaigned in the World and European championships of the Maserati Trophy
• Serviced in 2021 with invoices on file
• Built by the Swiss Team based in Balerna, Switzerland

Footnotes

The Maserati Granturismo GT4 offered here, chassis number 'ZAMHST45000049325', is one of three built by the Swiss Team based in Balerna, Switzerland and was completed in February 2014. In fact, the letters 'ST' in the chassis number signify a Maserati Trofeo Granturismo built by the team. The Swiss Team has produced and tested all the Maserati Granturismo GT's competition evolutions on behalf of Maserati SpA. The aforementioned cars all have an 'ST' chassis number, unlike the others.

This car was built with the utmost care by professional staff with extensive experience in the world of motor sports. The build is documented in the fiche provided. The car was built to participate in the Trofeo Maserati (Maserati Trophy) using all the original Maserati components. This car took part in various races in 2014 and 2016.

In 2014, the team participated fully in the World and European championships of the Maserati Trophy with various drivers including Mauro Calamia, who won both championships. The team participated in the races with three cars, with this car contributing victories in both the European and World championships in the hands of Mauro Calamia, the champion of both series.. After routine testing, this car participated in the races listed below with the following results:

2014 Maserati Trophy

3rd May Spa Francorchamps Race 1 Andrea Dromedari 6th place
Race 2 Andrea Dromedari 7th place

30th May Hungaroring Race 1 Gabriele Gardel 3rd place
Race 2 Gabriele Gardel 5th place
Race 3 Alexander Wensky 18th place

19th July Silverstone Race 1 Gabriele Gardel 2nd place
Race 2 Mauro Calamia 1st place
Race 3 Mauro Calamia 2nd place

22nd August IMSA, Virginia Race 1 Mauro Calamia 19th place
Race 2 Mauro Calamia 18th place

10th October Shanghai Race 1 Mauro Calamia 1st place

13th December Abu Dhabi Race 2 Mauro Calamia 2nd place


In 2015, the car completed only a few test-drives, specifically to carry out aerodynamic experiments for the future GT3. In 2016 Maserati defined the GT4 category in collaboration with the FIA. The Swiss Team was charged by Maserati to develop the necessary modifications to transform the cars from the Trofeo version to GT4 FIA and to produce the approved modifications. In 2016 the team participated with various cars in the championship listed below. This car has taken part in the following races:

2016 European GT4 Endurance SRO

24th May Monza Race 1 Calamia/Fascicolo 22nd place

12th June Silverstone Race 1 Calamia/Fascicolo DNF

25th September Hungaroring Race 1 Meloni/Tresoldi 7th place
Race 2 Meloni/Tresoldi 24th place

This car's competition history has been confirmed by Guido Bonfiglio of Swiss Team, who raced it in period.

The engine and transmission were refurbished in the middle of the 2015 championship, so the drive train has done no more than 950 kilometres. From then onwards the car was not used competitively.

In September 2017, Swiss Team sold the Maserati to a Mr Puricelli. MV Motor Sport has since serviced the car, first in April 2017 at a cost of €2,365.00 EURO, then again in September 2017 when engine, differential and gearbox oils were changed. Additional works in 2017 included new a Sabelt harness and a new original Maserati carbon seat, with the invoice on file totalling €12,870.15 EURO. Most recently, in March 2021, this Maserati had its engine oil changed and four new tyres fitted by MV Motor Sport with the invoice totalling €6,724.00 EURO on file.

Accompanying this competition Maserati is an impressive history file, documenting its competition history, and recent maintenance.

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