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1975 saw the beginning of a new era at the Scuderia Ferrari, with the introduction of the transverse gearbox (the T) mounted at a 90° angle to the crankshaft, which meant the gears required wer
During the 1952 and 1953 World Championship seasons, Ascari won eleven World Championship Grand Prixs in the 500 F2, which makes the 500 one of the most successful Grand Prix cars ever built.
Rather than a further development of the 312 B, this was practically a new car featuring an engine with shorter stroke, allowing it to increase power at higher revs.
The 412 T2 was unveiled on February 6th 1995 and marked the beginning of an upswing for Ferrari.
Within the long list of beautiful models Ferrari showed in the F1 during the nineteenth, the F93 A appears in an outstanding place. It was a F92 development, with active suspensions.
The F10 is the fifty-sixth single-seater built by Ferrari, specifically to compete in the Formula 1 World Championship.
Many Ferrari aficionados consider the 250 California SWB Spyder one of the most beautiful and functional cars ever made.
Presented at the Paris Motor Show in October 1963, this was the berlinetta version of the 250 P prototype, sharing the same chassis and running gear with just minor modifications.