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Tribute to Ferrari by Stuart McIntyre. -Sports Gallery

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Tribute to Ferrari by Stuart McIntyre.

Tribute to Ferrari by Stuart McIntyre.

Founded in 1939 Ferrari emerged as a prominent force from the outset and is now the most famous Grand Prix team in Forumla 1. They were triumphant in 1952 when the top four positions in the Drivers Championship were held by Ferrari drivers with Alberto Ascari winning the Championship in both 1952 and 1953. Although many believe that Stirling Moss was the rightful champion, Mike Hawthorn won the 1958 championship in the final race in Morocco driving the Tipo 146. In 1961 Ferrari were prepared for the new regulations and the 1.5 litre Tipo 156 dominated the season, but tragically championship leader Wolfgang von Trips lost his life at Monza and American Phil Hill went on to clinch the Championship for Ferrari. John Surtees was World Champion in 1964 thereby becoming the only man to win championships on both two and four wheels, but it was not until 1974 that Ferrari became a prominent force again with Clay Regazzoni just losing out in favour of McLaren. Niki Lauda won in 1975 driving the Fiat-12 312T and would have retained the title the following year had it not been for a horrific and near fatal accident at the Nurburgring. However, Lauda regained his crown in 1977 and in 1979 Jody Scheckter beat his spectacular young team mate Gilles Villeneuve to the championship driving the Ferrari 312T4. During recent time the Ferrari Grand Prix team has been in the doldrums but in 1996 after paying a 25 million dollar annual fee they secured the brilliance of Michael Schumacher and once again were on course and about to climb from one of their many troughs. In 1999 Ferrari clinched the Constructors Championship with Michael Schumacher and Eddie Irvine despite the seven race absence of Michael after suffering a broken leg in a crash at the British Grand Prix. In 2000 Ferrari again won the Constructors Championship and Michael Schumacher finally gave them the Drivers Championship, their first for 21 years, when he won the Japanese Grand Prix. Ferrari and Schumacher continued to dominate the sport long into the next decade.
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