Though it shared very similar aesthetics to the 330 P3, the 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 housed a powerful V12 engine that had been revised in great depth by Franco Rocchi. The most significant innovation came in the form of its 3 valve cylinders, two of which dealt with air intake and one with output. A Lucas Injection System supplied the engine’s power. The 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 had a slightly shorter chassis than the P3, and had a new improved suspension which improved road grip and handling. The P4 won its fair share of competitions, and grew in fame after its memorable hat trick of wins in Daytona.
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