- 1929: Enzo Ferrari formed Scuderia Ferrari,
with the prancing horse emblem,
to race Alfa-Romeos.
- 1948: The first Ferrari Grand Prix car had a
supercharged 1.5-litre V12.
- 1951: Scuderia Ferrari won its first F1 GP, at
Silverstone, with driver Froilan Gonzalez.
- 1952, 1953:
won the World Drivers' Championship in a Ferrari.
(1952 and 1953 were run to formula two rules, 2-litres non-supercharged.)
Juan Manuel Fangio
won the Formula One Drivers' World Championship in a Ferrari.
- 1958: Mike Hawthorn won the F1 World Drivers' Championship
in a Ferrari.
- 1961: Ferrari won the Drivers' (Phil Hill) and Constructors'
F1 World Championships.
- 1964: Ferrari won both F1 titles, John Surtees the Drivers'.
1964 330 P2
(#0836) 4-litre V12
(#1010) Can Am 7-litre V12
- Also see
- 1975: 312T, formula one Grand Prix car,
3-litre flat-12 engine.
1975 312T, F1, chassis #022
- The 'T' stands for transverse gearbox.
Niki Lauda won the 1975 Drivers' World Championship
(mostly) driving the 312T.
- 1979: Jody Scheckter won the F1 Drivers' Championship.
- 1982: 126 C2, turbo-charged 1.5-litre V6,
designed at the height of the "ground effect" period in F1.
1982 126C2, F1
- The 126 C2 won the Constructor's F1 World Championship for Ferrari.
Giles Villeneuve was killed in qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix.
A 1983 Ferrari 126 C3 F1 V6-turbo, chassis #068,
sold for €1,438,880 at Artcurial's Retromobile auction in Paris,
7 Feb 2020.
- 2000: F1 2000 3-litre V10.
2000 F1 2000
- Michael Schumacher won the 2000 Drivers' F1 World Championship,
his third championship and his first at Ferrari
(followed by '01, '02, '03, and '04).
Ferrari won the
2017 November 16:
Michael Schumacher's 2001 Monaco F1 Grand Prix-winning, Ferrari F2001,
3-litre V10, chassis #211, sold for us$7,504,000 at
Sotherby's Contemporary Art(!) Evening auction.
(Schumacher went on to win the 2001 Driver's World Championship,
his fourth of seven titles.)
Kimi Raikkonen won the F1 Drivers' World Championship
driving for Ferrari.