- 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: 126C2, turbo-charged 1.5-litre V6,
designed at the height of the "ground effect" period in F1.
1982 126C2, F1
- The 126C2 won the Constructor's F1 World Championship for Ferrari.
Giles Villeneuve was killed in qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix.
- 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 Constructors' Championship.
- 2007: Kimi Raikkonen won the F1 Drivers' World Championship
driving for Ferrari.