On 13 February, RM Sotheby’s hosted its livestreamed Paris auction with 40 of the finest sports, racing, and touring cars, alongside a selection of primarily Ferrari automobilia on offer. Totaling €9,407,600 in overall sales, the one-day auction saw bidders participate via telephone, internet, and absentee bids from no less than 32 countries, 30 percent of which represented first-time RM Sotheby’s clientele. Taking the top sale slot was a recently restored, Polo Storico certified 1971 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV by Bertone, which achieved €2,423,750. Other notable sales include the only 1993 Isdera Commendatore 112i built, which sold for €1,113,125; a 1977 Lamborghini Countach LP400 'Periscopio' originally owned by Rod Stewart, which brought €775,625; and a Ferrari 330 P2 Junior by De La Chapelle, a miniature recreation of the marque’s famed race car, which achieved 12 times its pre-sale estimate, selling for a record-breaking €120,000.