The Scuderia Ferrari - the most successful team in the history of Formula 1 - turns 90 in 2019. An anniversary that the Ferrari Museum in Maranello has decided to celebrate with a great celebratory exhibition that encompasses the dream of Enzo Ferrari, the commitment, the determination and passion for innovation of the most successful team in the history of the Formula (with 31 world titles | 15 drivers and 16 manufacturers)
There are many single-seaters exposed starting from the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spider, the first car to show off the Cavallino, up to the SF71H with which Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen raced last season. And more: The Ferrari 500 F2, with which Alberto Ascari won two world titles in a row in 1952 and in 1953, the Ferrari D50 that Juan Manuel Fangio drove to win the fourth of his five world titles, the Ferrari 156 F1 that gave John Surtees in 1963, the only man to be world champion on two and four wheels, his first victory. Also on display was the 312 T from 1975 with which Niki Lauda won his first world championship, the 312 T4 driven by Gilles Villeneuve and the Ferrari F2004, the car with which Michael Schumacher won the title of world champion in 2004 .