Ferrari 330 P4 n.21 second in the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1967

FERRARI 330 P4 n.21

FERRARI 330 P4 n.21

HISTORY

The Ferrari 330 P4 n.21 is a car that participated in the 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans. After the scorching defeats suffered in 1966 by the Ford in the Sport Prototype Championship, the Maranello team replaced the Ferrari P3 with the new model P4. Designed by Piero Drogo, the car was much more powerful and underwent some changes during the season.

Ludovico Scarfiotti and Mike Parkes at the wheel of the Ferrari 330 P4 n.21 came second at the 1967 Le Mans 24 Hours.
The challenge between the Italian team and the Ford American, proved to be very beautiful. Despite the numerous withdrawals of the Detroit cars in the race, Ferrari had to settle for second place with a gap of 4 laps from the Ford MK IV n.1 of Gurney and Foyt. At the end of the season, Enzo Ferrari was content with the victory of the Sport Prototype Championship.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 330 P4
Aluminium and fibreglass panels
Length: 4185 mm
Width: 1810 mm
Height: 1000 mm
Brakes: Ventilated discs all round
Tyres: Firestone

ENGINE

Ferrari Type 237 60° V12 3967 cc
Power: 331 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Ferrari five speed Manual.
Tank Capacity: 114 lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Second in the 24 hours of Le Mans 1967 with drivers Mike Parkes, Ludovico Scarfiotti

Ferrari 458 Italia n.51 winner class GTE PRO 24 Hours of Le Mans 2014

FERRARI 458 Italia n.51

FERRARI 458 Italia n.51

HISTORY

The Ferrari 458 Italia n.51 is the winning car of the GTE PRO class in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2014. After the victory of the world title GTE PRO of 2013, the AF Corse team tried to repeat itself and trying to win back Le Mans as in 2012.

Gianmaria Bruni, Toni Vilander and Giancarlo Fisichella won with the Ferrari 458 Italia n.51 in the GTE PRO class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2014, for the trio was the second success after the one in 2012.
In the race the Italian car exploits to the maximum the reduced fuel consumption, delaying the pit stops. At the end of the race the Ferrari detached the Chevrolet Corvette C7.R n.73 driven by Magnussen, Garcia, Taylor.
At the end of the season Bruni and Vilander also won the GTE PRO riders title thanks to the victories: 6 hours of Spa, 6 hours of the Fuji and 6 hours of Bahrain.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 458 Italia
Aluminium monocoque
Length: 4518 mm
Width: 2036 mm
Height: 1160 mm
Brakes: Ventilated discs
Tyres: Michelin

ENGINE

Ferrari 4498 cc V8 90° rear longitudinally mounted
Power: 347 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Differential: Rear differential lock
Transmission: Hewland six speed semi automatic gearbox
Tank Capacity: 90 lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner class GTE PRO at the 24 hours of Le Mans 2014 with drivers Gianmaria Bruni, Toni Vilander, Giancarlo Fisichella.
Race winner: 6 hours of Spa-Francorchamps 2014 with drivers Gianmaria Bruni, Toni Vilander, 6 hours of Fuji 2014 with Gianmaria Bruni, Toni Vilander, 6 hours of Bahrain 2014 with Gianmaria Bruni, Toni Vilander.

Ferrari F1 F2004 n.1 winner Formula 1 World Champion with Schumacher

FERRARI F1 F2004 n.1

FERRARI F1 F2004 n.1

HISTORY

The Ferrari F1 F2004 n.1 is one of the most successful cars in the Formula 1 World Championship. Designed by Rory Byrne, the Ferrari F1 F2004 n.1 is an evolution of the Ferrari F2003GA winner of the year before, the aerodynamics with a lower center of gravity, rear wing and affinity with Bridgestone are the main points of the development of the new Maranello car.

Michael Schumacher with the Ferrari F1 F2004 n.1 won the 2004 F1 World Championship, for the German he was the seventh world title the last of his winning career, in season he won thirteen grand prizes, of which seven consecutive half championship . Barrichello with the twin car won two more grand prizes, leading Ferrari to the victory of the constructors’ title.

CHASSIS

Ferrari F1 F2004
Carbon-composite monocoque
Length: 4545 mm
Width: 1796 mm
Height: 959 mm
Brakes: ventilated carbon discs, all-round
Tyres: Bridgestone

ENGINE

Ferrari Type 053, 2997 cc V10 90°
Power: 636 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Semi-automatic Sequential Limited-slip Differential Gearbox Seven Speed Forward + One reverse
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ?

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 2004 with driver Michael Schumacher
GP winner: GP of Australia 2004, GP of Malaysia 2004, GP of Bahrain 2004, GP of San Marino 2004, GP of Spain 2004, GP of Europa 2004, GP of Canada 2004, GP of USA 2004, GP of France 2004, GP of Great Britain 2004, GP of Germany 2004, GP of Hungary 2004, GP of Japan 2004

Ferrari 246 Formula 1 Champion 1958 with Mike Hawthorn

FERRARI 246

FERRARI 246

HISTORY

The Ferrari 246 took part in the Formula One World Championship in 1958. The Maranello house entrusted the project of the car to Medardo Fantuzzi’s engineer, a veteran of the experience in Maserati, the car an old style, despite the innovations presented by the English opponents, had a great reliability.
Mike Hawthorn with the Ferrari 246 won the 1958 world championship. The british rider, famous for racing with the bow tie, won only the French Grand Prix during the season, but thanks to the five second places he conquered the world championship for a point in the confrontation of compatriot Stirling Moss at the wheel of the Vanwall. Ferrari unfortunately also took into account the death of Luigi Musso at the GP French and Peter Collins at the GP German.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 246
Aluminium body on chassis composed of two main elliptic tubes and other small tubes to form a light, rigid structure
Length: 4030 mm
Width: 1500 mm
Height: 980 mm
Brakes: drums, all round
Tyres: Pirelli

ENGINE

Ferrari Dino Type 246 65° V6, 2417 cc front, longitudinally mounted
Power: 205 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Ferrari Type 523 four speed Manual
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ?

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1958 with driver Mike Hawthorn
GP winner: GP of France 1958 with Mike Hawthorn, GP of Great Britain 1958 with Peter Collins

Ferrari 500 F2 winner Formula 1 Champion 1953 with Alberto Ascari

FERRARI 500 F2

FERRARI 500 F2

HISTORY

The Ferrari 500 F2 is the car with Scuderia Ferrari competed in the F1 World Championship in 1953.

The car was the same as the previous World Championship in 1952. The engineer Aurelio Lampredi with small changes including the increase in engine power and the positioning of exhaust exhausts on the right side, managed to maintain the leadership of the world.

Alberto Ascari with the Ferrari 500 F2 won his second conssecutive Formula 1 World Championship. The italian rider won the Grand Prix of: Argentina, Holland, Belgium, Great Britain and Switzerland. Ferrari also won the Gran Prix French with Mike Hawthorn and Gran Prix Germany with Giuseppe Farina.

In the first five positions of the world rankings, four were drivers driving the Ferrari 500 F2, Ascari, Hawthorn, Farina, Villoresi. The only one to break the hegemony of the Maranello stable was the argentinian Juan Manuel Fangio with the Maserati.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 500 F2
Aluminium body on tubular chassis
Length: 3988 mm
Width: 1402 mm
Height: 1050 mm
Brakes: drums, all round
Tyres: Pirelli

ENGINE

Ferrari Straight 4, 1985 cc, front, longitudinally mounted.
Power: 145 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: four speed Manual.
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ?

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1953 with driver Alberto Ascari
GP winner: GP of Argentina 1953 with Alberto Ascari, GP of Holland 1953 with Alberto Ascari, GP of Belgio 1953 with Alberto Ascari, GP of France 1953 with Mike Hawthorn, GP of Great Britain 1953 with Alberto Ascari, GP of Germany 1953 with Giuseppe Farina, GP of Switzerland 1953 with Alberto Ascari

Ferrari 500 F2 winner Formula 1 Champion 1952 with Alberto Ascari

FERRARI 500 F2

FERRARI 500 F2

HISTORY

The Ferrari 500 F2 is the car with Scuderia Ferrari competed in the F1 World Championship in 1952. The car from the engineer Aurelio Lampredi, was built after the notice of the technical standards that the automotive federation launched in 1951 due to the lack of participation in the championship. The regulation allows the stables to use the Formula 2 cars, Ferrari decided to leave the 12 cylinders momentarily and mounted a four cylinder in line of 2000 cc on the 500 F2.

Alberto Ascari with the Ferrari 500 F2 won his first Formula 1 World Championship. The Italian rider will dominate the championship by winning six races: Belgian GP, French GP, Great Britain GP, German GP, Dutch GP and GP Italian, not only won the GP Swiss won by team mate Piero Taruffi and the 500 miles of Indianapolis won by Troy Ruttman.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 500 F2
Aluminium body on tubular chassis
Length: 3988 mm
Width: 1402 mm
Height: 1050 mm
Brakes: drums, all round
Tyres: Englebert

ENGINE

Ferrari Straight 4, 1985 cc front, longitudinally mounted
Power: 127 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: four speed Manual
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ?

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1952 with driver Alberto Ascari
GP winner: GP of Switzerland 1952 with Piero Taruffi, GP of Belgio 1952 with Alberto Ascari, GP of France 1952 with Alberto Ascari, GP of Great Britain 1952 with Alberto Ascari, GP of Germany 1952 with Alberto Ascari, GP of Holland 1952 with Alberto Ascari, GP of Italy 1952 with Alberto Ascari

Ferrari f1 f2003-ga winner formula 1 champion 2003 with Schumacher

FERRARI F1 F2003-GA n.1

FERRARI F1 F2003-GA n.1

HISTORY

The Ferrari F1 F2003-GA is the car used by Ferrari for the 2003 season of the Formula 1 Championship. The car was designed by the duo Rory Byrne and Ross Brawn, and is based on the development of the previous Ferrari F2002.
The initials Ferrari F1 F2003-GA differs from the usual acronyms for the addition of the syllable “GA” whose meaning is the dedication to the lawyer Gianni Agnelli, who died in January 2003.

With the Ferrari F2003-GA Michael Schumacher won his sixth world title, the third in a row with Ferrari. The german driver with this car won five Grand Prix races: GP of Spain, GP of Austria, GP of Canada, GP of Italy and GP of the United States, while teammate Rubens Barrichello won the GP of Great Britain and the GP of Japan. The Ferrari team also obtained the constructors world title.
Michael Schumacher won the title only at the last Grand Prix of Japan with two points ahead of Kimi Raikkonen who piloted McLaren, the english team with the young finnish driver managed to fight for the world thanks to the support of the Michelin tires, but the experience of the German champion was decisive..

CHASSIS

Ferrari F1 F2003-GA
Carbon-composite monocoque
Length: 4545 mm
Width: 1796 mm
Height: 959 mm
Brakes: ventilated carbon discs, all round
Tyres: Bridgestone

ENGINE

Ferrari Type 052, 2997 cc V10 90°
Power: 660-710 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Semi automatic Sequential Limited-slip Differential Gearbox Seven Speed Forward and One reverse
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ?

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 2003 with driver Michael Schumacher
GP winner: GP of Spain 2003, GP of Austria 2003, GP of Canada 2003, GP of Italy 2003, GP of USA 2003

ferrari 158 f1 winner Formula 1 champion 1964

FERRARI 158 F1

FERRARI 158 F1

HISTORY

The Ferrari 158 F1 was designed by the engineer Mauro Forghieri for the 1964 F1 World Championship. The project is inspired by the revolutionary Lotus 25 that dominated the 1963 world championship with Jim Clark. The structure of the monocoque was trussed in steel tubes, where aluminum panels were placed. The tanks of the Ferrari 158 F1 were sideways and in front of the driver’s seat, which allowed the reduction of the front section improving the distribution of the weights. For the engine the Ferrari abandoned the old V6 for a V8 of 1489 cc.

Under the leadership of John Surtees, the Ferrari 158 F1 won the F1 World Championships in 1964 and thanks to team-mate Lorenzo Bandini (winner of the Austrian Grand Prix), also the constructors’ championship. John Surtees got two victories in that year, in the Grand Prix of Germany and in the Italian Grand Prix, but thanks to the second place in the last race of the Grand Prix Mexico, he managed to overtake Graham Hill by one point.
John Surtees is the only driver to win both a F1 and a motorcycle world championship.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 158 F1
Aluminium semi-monocoque with semi-stressed engine
Length: 3950 mm
Width: 1697 mm
Height: 768 mm
Brakes: ventilated discs, all round, mounted in-board at the rear
Tyres: Dunlop

ENGINE

Ferrari Type 205/B 90° V8 1489,23 cc
Power: 157 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari Type 543/C, six speed manual
Tank: 125 litres
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1964 with driver John Surtees
GP winner: GP of Germany 1964 with John Surtees, GP of Austria 1964 with Lorenzo Bandini, GP of Italy 1964 with John Surtees

Ferrari 156 F1 winner Formula 1 world champion 1961

FERRARI 156 F1

FERRARI 156 F1

HISTORY

The Ferrari 156 F1 was designed by the engineer Carlo Chiti in collaboration with the newly-appointed engineer Mauro Forghieri.

The Ferrari 156 F1 is the first rear-engine car of the Maranello stable to win the Formula 1 World Championship, it is also the first victory of the World Championship of an american driver, with Phill Hill, the US driver duel in that year with the teammate Von Trips, the german could not fight for the title until the end because of the fatal accident in the GP Italy.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 156 F1
in trellis in steel tubes with aluminum bodywork
Length: 4060 mm
Width: 1400 mm
Height: 1000 mm
Brakes: ventilated discs, all round, mounted in-board at the rear
Tyres: Dunlop

ENGINE

Ferrari Type 188 65° V6 1496 cc
Power: 149 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari Type 543/C five speed Manual
Tank capacity: 75 litres
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1961 with driver Phill Hill
GP winner: GP of Germany 1961 with Wolfgang Von Trips, GP of Belgium 1961 with Phill Hill, GP of France 1961 with Giancarlo Baghetti, GP of Great Britain 1961 with Wolfgang Von Trips, GP of Italy 1961 with Phill Hill

Ferrari 275 P n.20 winner 24 Hours of Le Mans 1964 with Vaccarella and Guichet

FERRARI 275 P n.20

FERRARI 275 P n.20

HISTORY

The Ferrari 275 P n.20 is the winning car of the 24 Hours of Le Mans of 1964. The Italian manufacturer after four consecutive wins updated the winning Ferrari 250 P of 1964 increasing the engine displacement renaming it 275 P, the Ford after receiving the refusal by Enzo Ferrari in selling his company brought in a few months to the debut of the GT40 which still seemed too sour to annoy the builder of Maranello.

Vaccarella and Guichet won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1964 with the Ferrari 275 P n.20, in second place and third place the Ferrari 330 P n.14 of Hill and Bonnier and n.19 of Surtees and Bandini, away from the winners five and twelve laps respectively. For Ford it was a scorching defeat, however, demonstrating in the race an excellent top speed and a base from which to plan a future of successes.
At the seasonal debut the Ferrari 275 P won the 12 hours of Sebring with Parkes and Maglioli driving.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 275 P
aluminium with trellis in steel tubes
Length: 4160 mm
Width: 1675 mm
Height: 1055 mm
Brakes: Dunlop discs, all-round
Tyres: Dunlop

ENGINE

Ferrari 3299 cc 60° V12
Power: 235 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari five speed manual
Differential: Rear differential lock
Tank Capacity: 130 lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner 24 hours of Le Mans 1964 with drivers Nino Vaccarella, Jean Guichet