Ferrari F1, #10, 2011-2012, The Hybrid Era

Where We Left Off In the ninth installment of this series we reviewed how Fernando Alonso and Renault had the right combination to win both the 2005 and 2006 titles….

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Ferrari F1, #9, 2005-2010, a Changing of the Guard

Where we left off In the eighth installment of this series we reviewed how Michael Schumacher, Scuderia Ferrari and the dream team of Ross Brawn and Rory Byrne had absolutely…

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Ferrari F1, #8, 2000-2004: The Michael Schumacher Championship Years

Where We Left Off In the seventh installment of this series we reviewed the early years of Ferrari’s Schumacher-era, from 1996 to 1999. Ferrari’s dream team included team manager Jean…

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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,…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Ferrari F1, #3, 1975-1980, The 312T

Where we left off In the second installment in this series we reviewed the failure of the 1970-1974 Ferrari 312B series, again beaten by twenty or so English “Assemblatori” or…

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Ferrari F1, #2, 1970-1974, The 312B

Where we left off In the first installment in this series we reviewed the failure of the Ferrari 312/66 to the 312/69 F1 cars, beaten by what Enzo had derisively…

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Ferrari F1, #1, 1966-1969

Collecting, then and now There was a time when a Ferrari collection began with a Dino or a Daytona and over time a 330 GTC or a 365 GTC/4 would…

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