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General data  
Year/s of production 1971
VIN span 1002 – 1050
Number produced 15
Design G. Caliri
Manufactured by Cigala & Bertinetti Turin
   
Technical specifications  
Chassis 617 – Aluminium monocoque and steel tube frame
Length 4360 mm
Width 2000 mm
Height 972 mm
Wheelbase 2400 mm
Front suspension Independent wheel suspension, double delta wishbones and a-arms, coil springs, hydraulic telescope shock absorbers
Rear suspension Independent wheel suspension, double delta wishbones and a-arms, coil springs, double trailing links, hydraulic telescope shock absorbers
Front track 1518 mm
Rear track 1511 mm
Front tyres 425/1020 x 15 in., Campagnolo magnesium race rims – 5 spokes design
Rear tyres 600/1450 x 15 in., Campagnolo magnesium race rims – 5 spokes design
Front brakes Ventilated disc brakes, mounted on wheel trunk
Rear brakes Ventilated disc brakes, mounted on wheel trunk
Weight Approx. 800 kg
Body material Fiberglas
Body type Race Berlinetta
   
Engine  
Type 261C – Forghieri/Rocci mid-engine
Number of cylinders V12 – 60°
Displacement 4993,53 ccm
Bore and stroke 87 x 70 mm
Camshaft 2 overhead per cylinder bank
Valves 4 per cylinder
Compression ratio 11,8:1
Ignition Dinoplex single ignition
Lubrication Dry sump lubrication
Maximum power Approx. 620 – 650 hp – 8.700 rpm
Maximum torque 545 Nm – 5.500 rpm
Fuel management Lucas injection
Clutch 3 disc clutch by Borg & Beck
Gearbox Type 603 S, magnesium – 5 gears + rev., longitudinal installed
   
Performance  
Top speed Approx. 340 km/h
   
VINs  
  1002, 1010, 1014, 1018, 1020, 1022, 1024, 1028, 1030, 1032, 1034, 1036, 1040, 1044, 1048, 1050

Good to know:

  • S/N 1010 converted in 1971 to 712 CanAm
  • S/N 1048 converted to 512 F. Modifications: Windscreen, bodywork, air ventilation. Raced by Scuderia Filipinetti.

Short Racing History:

  • S/N 1010: 300 km Imola/Interserie 1971: Racing driver: Arturo Merzario, no 22, 1st place
  • S/N 1040: 24 Hours Daytona 1971: Racing drivers: Mark Donohue/David Hobbs, no 6, 3rd place
  • S/N 1020: 24 Hours Le Mans 1971: Racing drivers: Sam Posey/Tony Adamovicz, no 12, 3rd place
  • S/N 1028: 24 Hours Le Mans 1971: Racing drivers: Cris Craft/David Piper, no 16, 4th place
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