- Photographed at The Enzo Ferrari Museum, Modena, Italy in 2016

The F1-67 was an update from the disappointing F1-66 of the previous year, and was affectionately known as the "Spaghetti" because of the twisty mess of exhaust pipes.

The 1967 312 was another failure in terms of success, taking only a handful of wins, and not succeeding in the Manufacturers Championship - finishing a very dismal 5th, in fact.

Nonetheless a beautiful looking race car, the 312 had a 2989cc 60 degree V-12 which produced 390 hp and pushed the car to top speed of 300km/h.

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