2006 Pagani Zonda F ClubsportSOLD
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The evolution of the Zonda has been an exciting journey. From the C12 in 1999, with a 389bhp 6-litre V12 engine, to the 555bhp 7.3-litre C12S in 2002, Pagani has produced a range of examples, ninety five in total, that have been hailed by motoring journalists as the epitome of what a modern supercar should represent. As new models have become lighter, more powerful and faster than their predecessors, the Zonda has humbled cross-town rivals, Ferrari and Lamborghini, and shown that traditional small volume Italian coachbuilders can rub shoulders with industry giants.

Unveiled at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show, the Zonda F was once again considered near perfection by most. However, Horacio Pagani believed that more could be extracted from the chassis and so the Clubsport was born. With additional power and significant optional upgrades, the Clubsport represents a final testimony to the Zonda range and was intended as something special that would assure the Zonda of a place in the history books.

Named after the five-time Formula One world champion Juan Manuel Fangio, the Pagani Zonda F (Fangio) is a car that justifies its title. To commemorate Fangio’s legendary race victory on the 4th of August 1957 at the Nurburgring Nordschleife, Pagani Automobili organised a commemorative timed run in a Zonda F Clubsport in 2007, exactly fifty years on.

With fully adjustable shock absorbers and an efficient downforce package, driver Marc Basseng found the perfect setup and posted a time of 7:27:82, setting a new record for production supercars and beating the previous record held by a Porsche Carrera GT. When quoted on the subject of the Zonda’s V12 engine, Basseng insisted: "It’s perfect. The power and torque are incredible… It’s sensational that they have been able to produce something like this when they don’t have any race experience.”

Powered by a mighty 7.3-litre AMG V12 motor, this Zonda produces 650bhp and 780Nm of torque, catapulting it from 0-60mph in 3.5 seconds and to a top speed of 215mph. With such savage speed comes awesome stopping power for all 1230kg in the form of optional 380mm ventilated carbon-ceramic brakes.

Finished in Marbella Orange and black lacquered carbonfibre, the exterior colours blend effortlessly, asserting Italian flamboyance at its best. Once inside the cockpit, its occupant is surrounded by hand stitched black leather, bespoke metal dials and a sense of assured quality. As John Barker, motoring editor of Evo Magazine states: "Through wheel and seat this most organic of supercars reveals its intent with clarity.”

Optional extras on this model include: carbon ceramic brakes, inconel-titanium exhaust system, lifting suspension system and a reinforced ‘Nurburgring version’ gearbox. Complete with superb bespoke suitcases, chassis number 053 can comfortably carry luggage for two, perfect for the numerous touring events for which the car is eligible.

Coupe number 6 of 25 is a full option specification Pagani Zonda F Clubsport and has covered only 4,500 miles from new. Having been maintained by Hudsons in London, this example is described by the vendor as in immaculate condition throughout.

Reference Number 39591

as of 2/27/2009

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Car 2006 Pagani Zonda F Clubsport
VIN ZA9C820C10SF76053 
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