Ferrari 312 T2, 1976, 1:24 scale F1 car
History of the Ferrari 312 T2 F1 car
The 312 T2 F1 car debuted in 1976 at the Spanish Grand Prix and it is part of
the 312T series. The 312T series have won 27 races, 4 Constructors' and 3
Drivers' Championships, making it one of the most seccessful car in the F1
history. The 312 T2, was driven by 3 time world champion Niki Lauda. In 1976 the
Ferrari 312 T2 won the Constructors' Championship. From 16 races in the calendar
the car achieved: 6 wins, 13 podiums, 3 pole positions, 4 fast laps.
In 2013 the Ferrari 312 T2 was in the film ''RUSH'', based on the 1976 F1 season
where Niki Lauda and James Hunt battled for the Drivers' Championship with the
Ferrari 312 T2 and the McLaren M23.
Chassis: steel tube frame with aluminium shear panels, Suspension (front):
double wishbone, inboard spring/damper, Suspension (rear): Double wishbone suspension
Engine: Ferrari 015, 2,992 cc, Flat-12, naturally aspirated, mid-engine,
longitudinally mounted, Transmission: Ferrari Type 015 5-speed transverse gearbox manual
Fuel: Agip, Tyres: Goodyear
Ferrari 312 T2, 1976
Instructions of the Ferrari 312 T2, 1976
Ferrari 312 T2, 1976, 1:24 scale model
Ferrari 312 T2, 1976 from the film "RUSH"
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