Clay Regazzoni, Ferrari 312T (1976)
The Ferrari 312PB at Brands Hatch, 1971.
Haven’t confirmed this yet, but I believe that is Clay Reggazoni.
1968, Brands Hatch.
Because wolves race in packs, obviously.
- Graham Hill (Lotus 49)
- Chris Amon (Ferrari 312)
- Denny Hulme (McLaren M7A)
- Jacky Ickx (Ferrari 312)
Proper men, proper cars, proper race track.
Hint: this is wallpaper sized.
Belgian Grand Prix (Spa), 1968
Bruce McLaren (Mclaren) and Jacky Ickx (Ferrari) race for their lives.
McLaren would win ahead of Pedro Rodriguez ahead of Ickx. More than 12 cars retired from this race due to mechanical issues. Twelve!
Gilles Villeneuve / Ferrari 312
US GP / Long Beach, 1978.
Monaco Grand Prix, 1977.
Niki Lauda wins with the Ferrari 312T2.
Gilles Villeneuve at Watkins Glen (1979)
Changing his tyres (well not his)… the Ferrari 312T4.
Niki Lauda, driving the Ferrari 312 at the Nurburgring, Germany 1976.
This flying moment is just a couple of seconds before he lost control of the car and had a horrible crash, where his Ferrari burst into flames and nearly killed Lauda.
This accident pretty much ripped his face apart, but even after this Lauda continued to run in Formula 1.
Chris Amon — Ferrari 312/68
Chris Amon’s Ferrari 312/69 V12 engine, in 1969.
Those have to be the most famous exhaust manifolds in Formula 1.