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Ferrari Formula 1 through the ages

Passion and Genius

Ferrari Formula 1 Models

Formula 1’s only ever-present team, Scuderia Ferrari are undoubtedly the sport’s most famous and respected competitor, and comfortably the most successful with 241 race wins and a combined 31 titles. A remarkable tally, well ahead of its rivals. Amalgam has been privileged to collaborate with Ferrari since 1998, a long and rewarding association that has cultivated in us a deep respect for the passion and creative genius of Gestione Sportiva and the Scuderia. Today we recall and celebrate some of the most important F1 cars in Ferrari's long and illustrious history.

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Leclerc, Sainz & Vettel

The start of the current decade was a re-building exercise for Ferrari after the title challenges in 2018 and 2019. Sebastian Vettel moved on to pastures new, and was replaced by Carlos Sainz. The new aerodynamics era presented Ferrari a blank slate and they grasped the opportunity, returning to form with the F1-75, as both Leclerc and Sainz claimed victories in 2022. Despite their early success, the team ultimately lacked the consistency to challenge runaway championship winners Red Bull, but the signs are promising for the coming seasons. Major milestones were celebrated with the team's 1000th Grand Prix race in the SF1000, and 75 years of Ferrari road cars in the F1-75.

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Massa, Räikkönen, Alonso, Vettel & Leclerc

Despite the consistent competitiveness of their machinery, the team faced an uphill battle in a decade first dominated by the Red Bull of Sebastian Vettel, and then by Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes. Fernando Alonso came closest to triumph, falling three points short of the Drivers' title in 2012. Ferrari fulfilled Vettel's childhood dream by bringing him to Maranello, but Sebastian was unable to bring the success that he and the team aspired to. The 2010s brought plenty of race wins and podiums, but none of the titles the team craved.

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Schumacher, Barrichello, Massa & Räikkönen

The 2000s were an incredibly successful period for Ferrari, earning seven Constructors' Championships and six Drivers' Championships during the course of the decade. Five of these double title wins came during the 'golden era' in which Michael Schumacher established himself as the most successful driver in history. After the German racer's retirement at the end of the 2006 season, Kimi Räikkönen ensured it was business as usual for Ferrari, stunning McLaren's Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton to win the Championship from third in the standings in the final race of the season. The following season, teammate Massa came agonisingly close to another title, losing out by a single point to Hamilton on the final lap of the season. Despite this last minute drama in the Drivers' title race, Ferrari comfortably won the Constructor's trophy again.

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Full Size Steering Wheels Replicas

Each of our full size steering wheel replicas has working buttons, switches and paddles and has been crafted and CNC machined from carbon fibre and aluminium, utilising the original CAD data supplied directly by the team. Each steering wheel replica has undergone strict scrutiny by the team’s design and engineering departments to ensure complete accuracy in weight, look and feel.


Ferrari F2004

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Ferrari F2007

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Ferrari F2008

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F1-90 (1990)

Prost & Mansell

Driven by Nigel Mansell and newly signed reigning World Champion Alain Prost, the F1-90 came close to landing Ferrari their first Championship title for seven years and was memorably taken into battle by Prost in his bitter feud with Senna in the McLaren. Prost worked wonders with the F1-90, winning five races, including fantastic 1-2 victories in Mexico and Spain, whilst Mansell added another victory in Portugal. Those six wins were enough to comfortably give Ferrari second place in the Constructor’s Championship, falling only eleven points behind eventual winners McLaren, while Prost finished seven points adrift of Ayrton Senna in the Drivers’ title. The battle came to an abrupt end at the penultimate race in Suzuka, when Senna took the Frenchman out at the first corner. Prost’s victory in France was particularly significant as it was also Ferrari’s 100th Formula 1 win.

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312 T4

312 T4 (1979)

Villeneuve & Scheckter

A further iteration of the hugely successful 312 T chassis that had already secured three Constructors’ titles and two Driver’s Championships in four years, the 312 T4 was Ferrari’s first ground effect Formula 1 car, designed in response to the revolutionary Lotus cars which stole Ferrari’s crown in 1978. The strength of the Ferrari chassis was immediately clear after its introduction three races into the season, and the battle for the Drivers’ title turned into an all-Ferrari duel between Canadian Gilles Villeneuve and South African Jody Scheckter. The battling duo shared the wins equally at three each, though Scheckter eventually triumphed by four points, due to a more consistent performance, to take his one and only Drivers’ title.

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F1 'Sharknose' 1961

Ferrari 156 F1 'Sharknose' (1961)

Hill, Von Trips, Ginther, Gendebien, Mairesse & Rodríguez

The first Scuderia Ferrari mid-engined Formula 1 machine to be driven in true competition, the evocative 156 F1 stands tall amongst Maranello's racing legends, as one of the most dominant cars in history. Affectionally dubbed the ‘Sharknose’, due to its unusual front air intakes, the 156 F1 was built for the 1961 season and subsequently delivered the Italians their first Constructors’ Championship and fifth Drivers’ Championship titles. The story of the 156 F1 was coloured by great tragedy as Enzo Ferrari's friend and championship leading driver Wolfgang von Trips crashed out and was fatally injured along with fifteen spectators at Monza. Von Trips' tragic death made way for Phil Hill to take the championship for Ferrari.

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Ferrari F1-75

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Ferrari F2004

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F1-75 1:18

Ferrari F1-75

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