- Clay Regazzoni

Clay Regazzoni Date of birth 5 September 1939(1939-09-05) Date of death 15 December 2006(2006-12-15) (aged 67) Formula One World Championship career Nationality Swiss Active years 1970-1980 Teams Ferrari (1970-72, 74-76), BRM (1973), Ensign (1977, 80), Shadow (1978), Williams (1979) Races 139 (132 starts) Championships 0 (Best: 2nd in 1974) Wins 5 Podiums 28 Career points 209 (212) Pole positions 5 Fastest laps 15 First race 1970 Dutch Grand Prix First win 1970 Italian Grand Prix Last win 1979 British Grand Prix Last race 1980 United States Grand Prix West Gianclaudio Giuseppe "Clay" Regazzoni (September 5, 1939 – December 15, 2006) was a Swiss racing car driver. He competed in Formula One races from 1970 to 1980, winning five Grands Prix. His first win was the Italian Grand Prix at Monza in his debut season, driving for Ferrari. He remained with the Italian team until 1972. After a single season with BRM, Regazzoni returned to [read more...]

- Ferrari 400

See also the Ferrari 400 Superamerica Ferrari 400/412 Manufacturer Ferrari Production 1976–1989 Predecessor Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 Successor Ferrari 456 Class front-engined 2+2 400 GT (& Automatic) Production 1976–1979 147 (GT) & 355 (A) produced Body style coupé Engine 4.8 L V12 400i GT (& Automatic) Production 1979–1985 422 (GT) & 883 (A) produced Body style coupé Engine 4.8 L FI V12 412 GT (& Automatic) Production 1985–1989 576 produced Body style coupé Engine 4.9 L FI V12 The Ferrari 400 and Ferrari 412 are front-engined 2+2 coupé cars from Italian manufacturer Ferrari and were available with the 5-speed all synchromesh or an optional 3-speed automatic transmission unit from General Motors. Their design was derived from the almost identical looking 365 GT4 2+2 (which itself was based on the famous Daytona). Production began in 1976, when Ferrari revealed its first car fitted [read more...]

- Luigi Villoresi

Luigi Villoresi Date of birth 16 May 1909(1909-05-16) Date of death 24 August 1997(1997-08-24) (aged 88) Formula One World Championship career Nationality Italian Active years 1950–1956 Teams Ferrari, Maserati, Lancia, Scuderia Centro Sud Races 34 (31 starts) Championships 0 Wins 0 Podiums 8 Career points 46 (49) Pole positions 0 Fastest laps 1 First race 1950 Monaco Grand Prix Last race 1956 Italian Grand Prix Luigi Villoresi (May 16, 1909 – August 24, 1997) was an Italian Grand Prix motor racing driver who continued racing on the Formula One circuit at the time of its inception. Biography Born in Milan, Lombardy, and nicknamed "Gigi", he was the older brother of race car driver Emilio Villoresi who co-piloted with him in several races at the beginning of their careers. From a prosperous family, Villoresi could afford to buy a car and began competing in local rallies at the age of twenty-two with a Lancia Lambda and a few years later acquired [read more...]

- Ferrari 308 GT4

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- Ferrari F430

Ferrari F430 Manufacturer Ferrari Production 2004–2009 Assembly Maranello, Italy Predecessor Ferrari 360 Successor Ferrari 458 Italia Class Sports car Body style 2-seat Berlinetta 2-seat Spider Layout Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel drive Engine 4.3 L V8 Transmission 6-speed manual 6-speed 'F1' electrohydraulic manual Wheelbase 102.4 in (2,601 mm) Length 177.6 in (4,511 mm) Width 75.7 in (1,923 mm) Height Coupe: 47.8 in (1,214 mm) Spider: 48.6 in (1,234 mm) Curb weight 1,450 kg (3,197 lb) The Ferrari F430 is a sports car that was produced by the Italian automaker Ferrari from 2004 to 2009, as a successor to the 360. It debuted at the 2004 Paris Motor Show. Its replacement, the Ferrari 458 Italia, was unveiled on 28 July 2009. Overview The MSRP for a Ferrari F430 is $186,925 to $217,310 in the United States, £118,500 in the United Kingdom, approximately €175,000 in the European Union and $389,000 for the base model to $450,000 for the [read more...]

- Ferrari 640

Ferrari 640 Category Formula One Constructor Ferrari Designer(s) John Barnard Technical specifications Chassis Kevlar and Carbon fibre monocoque Suspension (front) Double wishbones, push-rod actuated torsion bar springs and telescopic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar Suspension (rear) Double wishbones, push rod actuated coil springs over telescopic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar Engine Ferrari Tipo 035/5, 3,498 cc (213.5 cu in), 65° V12, NA, mid-engine, longitudinally mounted Transmission Ferrari 7-speed semi-automatic Fuel Agip Tyres Goodyear Competition history Notable entrants Scuderia Ferrari SpA Notable drivers 27. Nigel Mansell 28. Gerhard Berger Debut 1989 Brazilian Grand Prix Races Wins Poles Fastest laps 16 3 0 4 Constructors' Championships 0 Drivers' Championships 0 The Ferrari 640 (also known as Ferrari F1/89) was the Formula One racing car with which the Ferrari team competed in the 1989 season. It was driven by Nigel [read more...]

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1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico

1961 Ferrari 400 Superamerica SWB - blue - int