Ferrari 330 TRI/LM n.6 winner 24 Hours of Le Mans 1962

FERRARI 330 TRI/LM n.6

FERRARI 330 TRI/LM n.6

HISTORY

The Ferrari 330 TRI/LM n.6 is the winning car of the 1962 Le Mans 24 Hours. The new car of the Italian manufacturer was derived from the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa three times winner of Le Mans, modified in the frame lightened with tubular pylons of narrower diameter and mounting a V12 engine of the fifties updated and enhanced.

Gendebien and Hill won the 1962 24 Hours of Le Mans with the Ferrari 330 TRI/LM n.6, was the last victory of a car with a front engine in Le Mans, the Maranello builder despite some reliability problems with the other cars achieved its third consecutive success. For the two drivers it was the second consecutive success in pairs and the third in pairs, while for the Belgian driver the third consecutive success.
The 250 GTOs of the private teams arrived on the podium, second the Noble and Guichet n.19 of the Belgian Noblet team, third the n.22 of Eldè and Beurlys of the Equipe Nationale Belge team.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 330 TRI/LM
aluminium body on multi tubular space frame
Length: 4520 mm
Width: 1590 mm
Height: 1050 mm
Brakes: Dunlop discs, all-round
Tyres: Dunlop

ENGINE

Ferrari 3967 cc 60° V12
Power: 291 kW
Location: Front, longitudinally mounted
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari five speed manual
Tank Capacity: 98 lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner 24 hours of Le Mans 1962 with drivers Olivier Gendebien, Phill Hill

Ferrari 250 TRI/61 n.10 winner 24 Hours of Le Mans 1961

FERRARI 250 TRI/61 n.10

FERRARI 250 TRI/61 n.10

HISTORY

The Ferrari 250 TRI/61 n.10 is the winning car of the 1961 Le Mans 24 Hours. The car was an evolution of the Ferrari TR59/60 winner in 1960, and was the favorite of the World Sport Prototype Championship, the Maserati adversaries, Porsche and Aston Martin were not able to approach the Red Head performance.

Gendebien and Hill won the 1961 24 Hours of Le Mans with the Ferrari 250 TRI/61 n.10, for the Maranello builder the second consecutive victory was an overwhelming victory.
For the two drivers it was the second success in a couple after the one in 1958, while for the Belgian rider the second consecutive success.
On the podium came the twin car n.11 of Parkes and Mairesse with a gap of three laps, while in third place the Ferrari 250 GTO n.14 of Noblet and Guichet of the Belgian Noblet team with sixteen laps.
The duo Gendebien, Hill at the beginning of the season won the 12 hours of Sebring with the Ferrari 250 TRI/61, while the Italian manufacturer took home the title of the World Sports Prototype Championship.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 250 TRI/61
aluminium body on steel tubular spaceframe
Length: 4340 mm
Width: 1620 mm
Height: 1090 mm
Brakes: Dunlop discs, all-round
Tyres: Dunlop

ENGINE

Ferrari 2912 cc 60° V12
Power: 235 kW
Location: Front, longitudinally mounted
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari five speed manual
Tank Capacity: 120 lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner 24 hours of Le Mans 1961 with drivers Olivier Gendebien, Phill Hill

Ferrari 250 TR59/60 n.11 winner 24 Hours of Le Mans 1960

FERRARI 250 TR59/60 n.11

FERRARI 250 TR59/60 n.11

HISTORY

The Ferrari 250 TR59/60 n.11 is the winning car of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1960. The Maranello manufacturer after the 1959 defeat by the Aston Martin DBR1, updated his car and showed up with four more official cars. the one entrusted to the American North American Racing Team, managed by the engineer Luigi Chinetti.

Gendebien and Frerè won the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1960 with the Ferrari 250 TR59/60 n.11, the two Belgian drivers ran with a regularity, and forced the opponents to push but with the result of having reliability problems.
On the podium came the twin car of the NART team n.17 of Rodriguez and Pilette with a gap of four laps, while in third place the Aston Martin DBR1/300 n.7 of Salvadori and Clark of the English team Border Reivers with eight laps .
At the end of the season the Italian team also won the Protorepi Sport World Championship.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 250 TR59/60
aluminium body on steel tubular spaceframe
Length: 3959 mm
Width: 1523 mm
Height: 1070 mm
Brakes: Dunlop discs, all-round
Tyres: Dunlop

ENGINE

Ferrari 2953 cc 60° V12
Power: 228 kW
Location: Front, longitudinally mounted
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari five speed manual
Tank Capacity: ? lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner 24 hours of Le Mans 1960 with drivers Olivier Gendebien, Paul Frere

Ferrari 375 PLUS n.4 winner 24 Hours of Le Mans 1954 with Gonzalez, Trintignant

FERRARI 375 PLUS n.4

FERRARI 375 PLUS n.4

HISTORY

The Ferrari 375 Plus n.4 is the winning car of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1954. The Maranello manufacturer presented itself in 1954 with a very powerful car, thanks to its engine designed by Aurelio Lampedri combined with a body designed by Pininfarina, Enzo Ferrari was determined to win the World Prototype Sports Championship and repeat the victory at Le Mans after the 1949 one with the Ferrari 166 MM.

Gonzalez and Trintignant won with the Ferrari 375 Plus n.4 the 24 hours of Le Mans 1954, for the Italian team was the second success in the French race.
The race was conditioned by rain, with the dry track the Ferrari could unleash the power of their engine, while with the wet track the new Jaguar D-Type proved very agile and tried to recover the gap from the Italian car. At the finish the Jaguar n.14 driven by Hamilton and Rolt came second with a gap of three minutes, while in third place the Cunningham C4-R n.2 of Spear and Johnston with a gap of nine laps. With the victory of Farina and Maglioli at the 1000 km of Buenos Aires and Maglioli at the Carrera Panamericana, Ferrari won the World Prototype Sports Championship.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 375 plus
aluminium elliptical section steel tube chassis
Length: 2600 mm
Width: 1325 mm
Height: 1284 mm
Brakes: Drums, all-round
Tyres: Pirelli

ENGINE

Ferrari 4912 cc 60° V12
Power: 246 kW
Location: Front, longitudinally mounted
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari four speed manual
Tank Capacity: 190 lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner 24 hours of Le Mans 1954 with drivers Juan Froilan Gonzalez, Maurice Trintignant
Race winner: 1000 km of Buenos Aires with divers Nino Farina and Umberto Maglioli, Carrera Panamericana with driver Umberto Maglioli

Ferrari 166 MM n.22 winner 24 Hours of Le Mans 1949 with Chinetti, Thomson

FERRARI 166 MM n.22

FERRARI 166 MM n.22

HISTORY

The Ferrari 166 MM n.22 is the winning car of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1949. The Maranello manufacturer presented the car to the Turin auto show in 1948 and obtained the first victory in the Mille Miglia. After the forced break from the second world war, the French government finances the remake of the French track damaged by the bombings. The Italian team decided to compete with private teams including that of Peter Mitchell-Thompson in art Lord Sendson.

Chinetti and Mitchell-Thompson won with the Ferrari 166 MM n.22 the 24 hours of Le Mans 1949, for the Italian manufacturer was the first success in the French race.
The cars registered were more French with the Delage, Talbot-Lago and Delahaye as seeded. At the finish the Delage n.15 led by Louveau and Jover came second with a gap of one lap, while in third place the Frazer-Nash n.26 of Aldington and Culpan with a gap of eleven laps.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 166 MM
aluminium panels on steel frame, steel tubular frame
Length: 3607 mm
Width: 1524 mm
Height: 1067 mm
Brakes: Drums, all-round
Tyres: Englebert

ENGINE

Ferrari 1995 cc 60° V12
Power: 104 kW
Location: Front, longitudinally mounted
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari five speed manual
Tank Capacity: 90 lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner 24 hours of Le Mans 1949 with drivers Luigi Chinetti, Peter Mitchell-Thomson

Ferrari SF70H n.5 second at the Formula 1 World Champion 2017

FERRARI SF70H n.5

FERRARI SF70H n.5

HISTORY

The Ferrari SF70H n.5 is a car that participated in the Formula One World Championship in 2017. After three years of the turbo and hybrid era, Maranello’s house could not graze the dominance of Mercedes. The new direct reorganization from Arrivabene entrusted the project of the new car to Mattia Binotto, Simone Resta and Enrico Cardile. The car proved to be very performing.

Sebastian Vettel driving the Ferrari SF70H n.5 finished second in the Formula 1 World Championship in 2017. The championship was marked by the challenge between Hamilton’s Mercedes F1 W08 and the German driver. Vettel was leading the world championship in the first half of the season but the accident at the start in the Grand Prix of Singapore and technical problems in Malaysia and Japan, gave an advantage to the English who took advantage of the difficulties of the German overtaking it in the world rankings. During the season Vettel won five races: Australia, Bahrain, Monaco, Hungary and Brazil.

CHASSIS

Ferrari SF70H
Moulded carbon fibre & Honeycomb composite structure
Length: ? mm
Width: 2000 mm
Height: 950 mm
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Pirelli

ENGINE

Ferari 062 Hybrid Turbo 1600 cc V6 engine 90°, limited to 15,000 RPM in a mid-mounted
Electric Motor: Motor Generator Unit-Kinetic, Motor Generator Unit-Heat
Power: 1000 CV
DriveType: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Ferrari Semi-automatic Sequential Gearbox eight Speed Forward and one reverse
Tank capacity: ? Lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Second at the Formula 1 World Champion 2017 with driver Sebastian Vettel
GP winner: GP of Australia 2017, GP of Bahrain 2017, GP of Monaco 2017, GP of Hungary 2017, GP of Brasil 2017

Ferrari F1 2000 n.3 winner Formula 1 World Champion 2000

FERRARI F1 2000 n.3

FERRARI F1 2000 n.3

HISTORY

The Ferrari F1 2000 n.3 is the winning car of the Formula 1 World Championship in 2000. After three years of defeats at the last race, the Maranello team presented itself in the new season with a highly innovative car compared to the previous ones. Designed by Ross Brawn and Rory Byrne, the F1 2000 used very light materials to reduce total weight in order to balance balancing with ballast.

Michael Schumacher with the Ferrari F1 2000 n.3 won the Formula 1 World Championship in 2000, for the German driver was the third world title the first with Ferrari. For the third consecutive year the challenge saw the German against McLaren driver Mika Hakkinen. After twenty-one years, the drivers’ title went to Ferrari thanks to the nine German victories in the grand prix of: Australia, Brazil, San Marino, Europe, Canada, Italy, United States, Japan and Malaysia. The Italian team also won the constructors’ title thanks to the support of the second rider, Rubens Barrichello.

CHASSIS

Ferrari F1 2000
carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure
Length: 4445 mm
Width: 1796 mm
Height: 959 mm
Brakes: Carbon discs
Tyres: Bridgestone

ENGINE

Ferrari Tipo 049 2996.6 cc Normally Aspirated 90° V10 in a mid-mounted
Power: 810 CV
DriveType: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Ferrari seven speed longitudinal semi-automatic sequential
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 2000 with driver Michael Schumacher
GP winner: GP of Australia 2000, GP of Brasil 2000, GP of San Marino 2000, GP of Europe 2000, GP of Canada 2000, GP of Italy 2000, GP of USA 2000, GP of Japan 2000, GP of Malaysia 2000

Ferrari 312 T4 n.11 winner Formula 1 World Champion 1979

FERRARI 312 T4 n.11

FERRARI 312 T4 n.11

HISTORY

The Ferrari 312 T4 n.11, and the winning car of the Formula 1 World Championship in 1979. After the domination in 1978 of the Lotus 79 with its ground effect, all the opponents tried to copy this solution. Engineer Mauro Forghieri designed the new Ferrari trying to get a good ground effect, but the size of the V12 engine made it difficult. At the same time the engine proved to be the most powerful in the season.

Jody Scheckter with the Ferrari 312 T4 n.11 won the Formula 1 World Championship in 1979, for the South African rider was the first and only world title. The season was an all Ferrari duel between Scheckter and team-mate Gilles Villeneuve. At the French Grand Prix, the Canadian driver and Rene Arnoux on Renault gave life to one of the most beautiful Formula 1 duels. Scheckter won three Grand Prix in season: Belgium, Monaco and Italy where he mathematically graduated World Champion. Ferrari also won the constructors title.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 312 T4
Aluminium monocoque
Length: 4460 mm
Width: 2120 mm
Height: 1010 mm
Brakes: Disc steel
Tyres: Michelin

ENGINE

Ferrari Tipo 015 2991,8 cc V12 a 180°
Power: > 515 CV injection
Drive Type: Rear
Transmission: Ferrari Type 015 five speed transverse gearbox manual
Tank Capacity: ? lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1979 with driver Jody Scheckter
GP winner: GP of Belgium 1979, GP of Monaco 1979, GP of Italy 1979

Ferrari - Lancia D50 winner Formula 1 World Champion 1956 with Fangio

FERRARI – LANCIA D50

FERRARI – LANCIA D50

HISTORY

The Ferrari – Lancia D50 is the winning car of the Formula 1 World Championship in 1956. Designed by engineer Vittorio Jano in 1954 on the decision of Gianni Lancia to participate in the Formula 1 World Championships in the two-year period 1954-1955, although with poor results . In 1956 the car was bought by the Scuderia Ferrari that made some very important construction changes, the main one was the displacement of the tank in the rear and not in the large sides that were maintained.

Juan Manuel Fangio with the Ferrari – Lancia D50 won the 1956 F1 World Championship, for the Argentinian rider was the fourth world title. After the Mercedes retreat, Fangio went to Ferrari and during the season won three Grand Prix: Argentina shared with Luigi Musso, Great Britain and Germany. Fundamental was the second place shared with Peter Collins in the Italian GP last race of the season, where he obtained three points with which Stirling Moss detached in the standings.

CHASSIS

Ferrari-Lancia D50
Aluminium body on tubular chassis
Length: 3850 mm
Width: 1448 mm
Height: 962 mm
Brakes: Drum
Tyres: Englebert

ENGINE

Ferrari 2490 cc V8 Front, longitudinally mounted
Power: 213 kW
Naturally Aspirated
Drive Type: Front
Transmission: Manual five speed and RM
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1956 driver Juan Manuel Fangio
GP winner: GP of Argentine 1956 with drivers Juan Manuel Fangio, Luigi Musso, GP of Belgium 1956 with driver Peter Collins, GP of France 1956 with driver Peter Collins, GP of Great Britain 1956 with driver Juan Manuel Fangio, GP of Germany 1956 with driver Juan Manuel Fangio