- Ferrari F310

Ferrari F310/F310B Category Formula One Constructor Ferrari Designer(s) John Barnard Technical specifications Chassis carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure Suspension (front) pushrod with torsion bars Suspension (rear) pushrod with torsion bars Engine Ferrari Tipo046 (1996) and Tipo046/2 (1997) 75-degree V10s Transmission Ferrari six- or seven-speed transverse semi-automatic Fuel Shell Tyres Goodyear Competition history Notable entrants Scuderia Ferrari Notable drivers 1./5. Michael Schumacher 2./6. Eddie Irvine Debut 1996 Australian Grand Prix Races Wins Poles Fastest laps 33 8 7 5 Constructors' Championships 0 Drivers' Championships 0 The Ferrari F310, and its evolution, the F310B, was the Formula One racing car with which the Ferrari team competed in the 1996 and 1997 seasons. It was driven in both years by Michael Schumacher and Eddie Irvine. The F310 and F310B won a total of eight Grands Prix, 22 podiums, 7 pole positions [read more...]

- Ferrari F2005

Ferrari F2005 Category Formula One Constructor Scuderia Ferrari Designer(s) Aldo Costa Rory Byrne Technical specifications Chassis Carbon/epoxy composite monocoque Engine Ferrari 055 ~3 l V10 naturally aspirated mid-engined Transmission Ferrari 7-speed manual Ferrari differential Fuel Shell Tyres Bridgestone Competition history Notable entrants Scuderia Ferrari Notable drivers Michael Schumacher Rubens Barrichello Debut 2005 Bahrain Grand Prix Races Wins Poles Fastest laps 17 1 1 3 Constructors' Championships 0 Drivers' Championships 0 The Ferrari F2005 is a Formula One racing car designed and built by Scuderia Ferrari. It was Ferrari's 2005 Formula One World Championship vehicle. After 6 straight seasons of Ferrari winning the constructors championship, and five straight drivers championships, the F2005 was not a successful car, and Ferrari scored their lowest result in the constructors since 1995. The general consensus was that the [read more...]

- Ferrari 156 F1

Ferrari 156 Category Formula One Constructor Ferrari Designer(s) Carlo Chiti Technical specifications Chassis Tubular Spaceframe Engine Ferrari Type 156 1,477cc 120° V6 2 valves per cylinder DOHC naturally aspirated Mid-engined, longitudinally mounted Transmission Ferrari Type 543/C 5 manual Tyres Dunlop Competition history Notable entrants Scuderia Ferrari FISA Scuderia Sant Ambroeus Notable drivers Phil Hill, Wolfgang von Trips, Richie Ginther, Giancarlo Baghetti, Ricardo Rodríguez, Lorenzo Bandini, Willy Mairesse, John Surtees Debut 1961 Monaco Grand Prix Races Wins Poles Fastest laps 24 6 Constructors' Championships 1961 Drivers' Championships Phil Hill (1961) The Ferrari 156 was a racecar made by Ferrari in 1961 to comply with then-new F1 regulations that lowered engine displacement from 2.5 to 1.5 litres, similar to the pre-1961 F2 class for which Ferrari had developed a mid-engined car also called 156. It used the V6 "Dino" [read more...]

- 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...]

- Pedro Rodríguez (racing driver)

Pedro Rodríguez Date of birth 18 January 1940(1940-01-18) Date of death 11 July 1971(1971-07-11) (aged 31) Formula One World Championship career Nationality Mexican Active years 1963 - 1971 Teams Ferrari, Lotus, Cooper, BRM Races 54 Championships 0 Wins 2 Podiums 7 Career points 71 Pole positions 0 Fastest laps 1 First race 1963 United States Grand Prix First win 1967 South African Grand Prix Last win 1970 Belgian Grand Prix Last race 1971 French Grand Prix Pedro Rodríguez (born Pedro Rodríguez de la Vega, 18 January 1940 – 11 July 1971) was a Mexican Grand Prix motor racing driver. He was born in Mexico City and was the older brother of Ricardo Rodríguez. Career Both Rodríguez brothers raced bicycles and motorcycles to become Mexican champions. Pedro was national motorcycle champion in 1953 and 1954. He made his international debut in cars at Nassau in 1957 in a Ferrari, along with Ricardo in a Porsche. At the age of eighteen he [read more...]

- Alberto Ascari

Alberto Ascari Date of birth 13 July 1918(1918-07-13) Date of death 26 May 1955(1955-05-26) (aged 36) Formula One World Championship career Nationality Italian Active years 1950 – 1955 Teams Ferrari, Maserati, Lancia Races 33 (32 starts) Championships 2 (1952, 1953) Wins 13 Podiums 17 Career points 107.64 (140.14) Pole positions 14 Fastest laps 12 First race 1950 Monaco Grand Prix First win 1951 German Grand Prix Last win 1953 Swiss Grand Prix Last race 1955 Monaco Grand Prix Alberto Ascari (13 July 1918 – 26 May 1955) was an Italian racing driver and twice Formula One World Champion. He is one of only two Italian Formula One World Champions in the history of the sport, and the only one winning his two championships in a Ferrari. Early life Born in Milan, Ascari was the son of Antonio Ascari, a talented Grand Prix motor racing star in the 1920s, racing Alfa Romeos. Antonio was killed while leading the French Grand Prix in 1925 but the [read more...]

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