London, ENGLAND — From its first dedicated racer, the 125, through the transition to rear-engine cars to today’s technological powerhouses, Ferrari has stood out as a top Formula 1 competitor since the series’ inception over 70 years ago. The longest running team in F1, Ferrari has a record 16 constructor’s titles, and its cars have been driven by some of the greatest racers of all time, including Michael Schumacher, Gilles Villeneuve, Phil Hill, Niki Lauda, Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso.
Ferrari Formula 1 Car by Car: Every Race Car Since 1950, a new book due out Tuesday (April 20) presents all of Ferrari’s F1 cars in chronological order, each accompanied by photos, technical specifications, significant features and racing history.
The book, written by Stuart Codling, also includes a full competition record for all of the cars. It’s available from Barnes & Noble, Amazon and other booksellers.