Formule 1 Ferrari, Toutes les monoplaces depuis 1950

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Author: Stuart Codling

Publishing House: E.T.A.I (Edition Techniques pour l’Automobiles et l’Industrie)

Publication Date: October 2021

Ferrari and F1 have become almost synonymous. Indeed, the famous firm from Maranello has not missed a single season since the foundation of the F1 world championship in 1950. There have been dozens of legendary single-seaters bearing the prancing horse badge, from the first 125 and then the shark-nosed 156 of the 1950s to the technological tour de force of the SF1000, not forgetting the fabulous red cars that brought Niki Lauda and then Michael Schumacher so many victories. This book takes a detailed look at each car in the context of the corresponding season, illustrated with historical archives and photos from the heart of the action.