Blenheim, Ontario, CANADA — RM Sotheby’s, in partnership with Ferrari, achieved a sales total of over $2 million (converted from 1,680,840 Euros) in its Online Only: Once in a Millennium auction that closed Monday (Dec. 14).
Held in celebration of Scuderia Ferrari’s milestone 1000th Grand Prix event that took place Sept. 11-13, the sale offered 16 exclusive motorsport lots, all without reserve, related to the landmark 2020 race.
Topping all results was the stunning full-scale Ferrari SF1000 show car that exceeded its pre-sale high estimate of $242,000 to sell for $1.544 million.
A number of lots surpassed their pre-sale estimates — including a racing suit signed by Mick Schumacher that sold for more than $55,000; and a racing suit signed by Charles Leclerc that sold for more than $77,000 against its pre-sale high estimate of $18,000.
Get all results (in Euros).