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Ferrari F1, #7, 1996-1999: The Early Schumacher Years

Where We Left Off   In the sixth installment of this series we reviewed the John Barnard designed 639 and 640, the Steve Nichols and Jean-Claude Migeot designed 641 and 642, the Jean-Claude […]

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Ferrari F1, #6, The last of the V12s, 1989-1995

Where we left off In the fifth installment of this series we reviewed the end of the 1981-1988 turbo-era. By 1988 only McLaren, Ferrari, Lotus, Arrows, Zakspeed and Osella used a 1.5 liter […]

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Ferrari F1, #5, The Turbo Era, 1985-1988

Where we left off In the fourth installment of this series we reviewed the explosion of technology in the early 1980s, thanks to ever-increasing sponsorship. Turbocharging, massive boost pressures, honeycomb construction, carbon fiber […]

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Ferrari F1, #4 1981-1984 The Turbo-Era Begins

Where we left off In the third installment of this series we reviewed Ferrari’s three Drivers Championships; with the 312T in 1975 and 312 T2 in 1977 with Lauda and again with the […]

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