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In the 1961 Italian GP, Enzo Ferrari had entered no less than five Ferrari 156 cars: Phil Hill, Richie Ginther, Ricardo Rodriguez and Giancarlo Baghetti all driving the dominant shark nose cars chase each other on the treacherous Monza banking. Missing is Wolfgang von Trips, driving the fith Ferrari, who was killed on the first lap. #ScuderiaFerrari #RedSeason

In the 1961 Italian GP, Enzo Ferrari had entered no less than five Ferrari 156 cars: Phil Hill, Richie Ginther, Ricardo Rodriguez and Giancarlo Baghetti all driving the dominant shark nose cars chase each other on the treacherous Monza banking. Missing is Wolfgang von Trips, driving the fith Ferrari, who was killed on the first lap. #ScuderiaFerrari #RedSeason

Richie Ginther, Monaco 1964, BRM P261

1964 Monaco GP, Monte Carlo : Richie Ginther, BRM Owen Racing Organisation, (ph: www.

Enzo Ferrari: His Example Lives On http://designlimitededition.com/enzo-ferrari-his-example-lives-on/

Enzo Ferrari: His Example Lives On

Enzo Ferrari, Gilles Villenueve, a bottle of wine and good conversation

Gilles Villeneuve’s Ferrari 126C2, 1982 Belgian GP, Zolder

Zolder Practice, 1982 🇧🇪 Gilles Villeneuve crashed at high speed in his Ferrari 126 and died instantly. Here, the small remnants of his car in mid-track.

1962 GP Francji (Richie Ginther) BRM P57

1962 GP Francji (Richie Ginther) BRM P57

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