Ferrari 512BB, 1980, Le Mans.
Titans on a battle: a Ferrari 512BB fights for its place with an Alpine-Renault A442 during the 1978 Le Mans.
Ferrari 512S Concept (1970)
Design by Pininfarina.
Ferrari(s) 512s at the 24 Hours of Daytona, 1970.
Tony Adamowicz racing in his Ferrari 512 M, around 1974.
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Mario Andretti’s Ferrari 512S at Sebring 1970:
The Mario Andretti - Arturo Merzario 5-liter factory Ferrari 512S at the legendary Sebring 1970 race. This car led the race for almost 11 of the 12 hours of the race but retired on the course with a failed transmission. Andretti asked to leave the race early so he could fly back to Pennsylvania and get ready for another event on Sunday. The Ferrari team manager said no and when the leading Porsche 917 retired with just minutes to go Andretti was put into the now second place #21 Ignazio Giunti - Nino Vaccarella Ferrari 512s and ordered to catch up to the now leading 3-liter Porsche 908 of Steve McQueen and Peter Revson. He did so and beat the McQueen/Revson car by 23 seconds. Why Andretti? His lap times were 6 to 10 seconds faster than Giunti or Vaccarella. He had a remarkable win despite the fact that his fitted driver seat was in his other race car and using someone elses driver’s seat made driving a challenge. This photo was taken at the beginning of the straight between turns 11 & 12 on the old 5.2 mile course.