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Ferrari [GP-02C] 1948 (166/125):
Ferrari (011F), the other ACA car, from 1949. Used in Europe with a 2 litre F2 engine, and in South America with a 2 litre s/c engine in Formula Libre.



Ferrari [GP-04C] 1948 (166/125):
Ferrari [GP-06C] 1948 (166/125):
Ferrari [GP-08C] 1949 (166/125): For the first part of the 1950 season, one of the 1948/49 cars was loaned to Raymond Sommer for the French races including Monaco. It was painted light blue and may also have been the car used by Sommer at San Remo, which alternatively was a works car. The blue car was returned to the factory in June. This is most likely to be 08C or 12C but a definitive identification has not yet been possible.
Ferrari [GP-10C] 1949 (166/125): the Whitehead car. Originally it was a tipo 125 with 1.5 litre s/c engine, but converted later to 166 F2. In 1952 sold to David Murray who used the car for Bill Dobson in the British F2 championship and for some Formula Libre races.
Peter Whitehead bought 10C new for 1949 and used it through 1949 and 1950 before buying a newer ex-works 125. This car was raced by Dobson in 1951 and later sold to David Murray. Whitehead later bought a 1949/50 LWB Tipo 125 renumbered 0114; it is this latter car that spent many years in the Donington Collection.
Ferrari [GP-12C] 1949 (166/125): One of two works 125s built for the stat of 1949, 12C was also used as a F2 car early in the season. It may be the car used by Sommer in 1950 but as it had been rebodied, it is not possibly to identify. It may be the car renumbered #0104 and sold to Peter Staechelin for 1951.

Ferrari [C-01] 1949 (166/125/275/166C):
1950-06-04: Berne F1, C-01, Ferrari 125F1, #18 Alberto Ascari, oil line

1950-06-18: Spa F1, C-01, Ferrari 275F1, #4 Alberto Ascari, 5th

1950-07-02: Reims-Gueux F1, Ferrari 275F1, C-01, Alberto Ascari (practice)


Ferrari [C-02] 1949 (166/125/166C):
1950-06-18: Spa F1, C-02, Ferrari 125F1, #2 Luigi Villoresi, 6th

Ferrari [C-03] 1949 (166FL(166C)): Ferrari C-03 chassis (013F) one of the two ACA owned cars. Now in the Fangio Museum.
013F always carried a 166 2 litre supercharged engine for the South American Formula Libre


Ferrari [C-04] 1950 (125/340):
1950-06-04: Berne F1, C-04, Ferrari 125F1, #22 Luigi Villoresi, transmission

340F1 - 4102cc, V12 60', 335CV, 300km/h ,246kW (335hp) / 7000rpm
Thinwall Special #2 at the International Trophy Silverstone (26 Aug 1950)


Ferrari [GP1-49] 1950 (166F2/50 , 375):
1950-06-04: Berne, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #20 Raymond Sommer

Ferrari [GP2-49] 1950 (166F2/50 , 375):
Ferrari [GP3-50] 1950 (212F1):



Ferrari GP 1948 fotos
Ferrari 166 SC 1948 fotos

1948-07-18: Reims F2, (166SC) GP-02C, car Ferrari 166F2, #26 Raymond Sommer, 1st foto
1948-09-05: Torino F1, GP-02C, Ferrari 125GP, #28 Raymond Sommer, 3rd foto
1948-09-05: Torino F1, GP-04C, Ferrari 125GP, #36 Giuseppe Farina, accident foto
1948-09-05: Torino F1, GP-06C, Ferrari 125GP, #68 Prince Bira, transmission foto
1948-09-19: Naples F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, Raymond Sommer, retired
1948-09-26: Firenze F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #4 Raymond Sommer, 1st foto
1948-10-17: Monza F1, GP-02C, Ferrari 125GP, #14 Raymond Sommer, withdrawn foto
1948-10-17: Monza F1, GP-04C, Ferrari 125GP, #12 Giuseppe Farina, transmission
1948-10-24: Garda FL, GP-04C, Ferrari 125GP, #6 Giuseppe Farina, 1st foto
1948-10-31: Pedralbes F1, GP-02C, Ferrari 125GP, #58 Pola Gonzalez, engine foto
1948-10-31: Pedralbes F1, GP-04C, Ferrari 125GP, #52 Giuseppe Farina, transmission foto
1948-10-31: Pedralbes F1, GP-06C, Ferrari 125GP, #14 Prince Bira, transmission foto

1949-01-29: Buenos Aires FL, GP-04C, Ferrari 166C, Giuseppe Farina, ?
1949-02-06: Buenos Aires FL, GP-04C, Ferrari 166C, Giuseppe Farina, brakes
1949-02-13: Rosario FL, GP-04C, Ferrari 166C, Giuseppe Farina, 1st
1949-02-27: Mar del Plata FL, GP-04C, Ferrari 166C, Giuseppe Farina, ?
1949-03-20: Interlagos FL, GP-04C, Ferrari 166C, Giuseppe Farina, retired
1949-03-27: Gavea FL, GP-04C, Ferrari 166C, Giuseppe Farina, 2nd
1949-04-03: San Remo F1, GP-02C (or GP-06C), Ferrari 166F2, #42 Felice Bonetto, 5th foto
1949-04-03: San Remo F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, #24 Raymond Sommer, overheated foto
1949-04-03: San Remo F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #14 Peter Whitehead, retired foto
1949-04-28: Jersey F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #10 Peter Whitehead, 7th
1949-05-14: Silverstone F1, GP-02C, Thin Wall Mk 1, #4 Raymond Mays/Ken Richardson, accident
1949-05-14: Silverstone F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #21 Peter Whitehead/Dudley Folland, 8th
1949-05-22: Marseilles F1, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #14 Felice Bonetto, 4th
1949-05-22: Marseilles F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, #12 Raymond Sommer, withdrawn
1949-05-22: Brussells F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #2 Franco Cortese, retired
1949-05-22: Brussells F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, #1 Luigi Villoresi, 1st
1949-06-02: Rome F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #10 Felice Bonetto, 6th
1949-06-02: Rome F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #12 Franco Cortese, 3rd
1949-06-02: Rome F2, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, #8 Piero Taruffi, 2nd
1949-06-02: Rome F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, #6 Luigi Villoresi, 1st
1949-06-12: Remparts F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #26 Bruno Sterzi, retired foto
1949-06-12: Bari F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, Felice Bonetto, 3rd
1949-06-12: Bari F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, Franco Cortese, 2nd
1949-06-12: Bari F2, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, Alberto Ascari, 1st
1949-06-12: Bari F2, GP-10C, Ferrari 166F2, Chico Landi/Luigi Villoresi, 4th
1949-06-12: Bari F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, Luigi Villoresi, retired
1949-06-19: Spa F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, #4 Alberto Ascari, 3rd
1949-06-19: Spa F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #6 Peter Whitehead, 4th
1949-06-19: Spa F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, #2 Luigi Villoresi, 2nd
1949-06-21: Aix-les-Bains F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #40 Bruno Sterzi, transmission
1949-06-26: Monza F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #20 Bruno Sterzi, DNS withdrawn
1949-06-26: Monza F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #34 Juan Manuel Fangio, 1st
1949-06-26: Monza F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #38 Felice Bonetto, 2nd
1949-06-26: Monza F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #18 Franco Cortese, 5th
1949-06-26: Monza F2, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, #12 Alberto Ascari, 3rd
1949-06-26: Monza F2, GP-10C, Ferrari 166F2, #14 Chico Landi, 4th
1949-06-26: Monza F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, #30 Luigi Villoresi, retired
1949-07-03: Berne F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, #30 Alberto Ascari, 1st
1949-07-03: Berne F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #36 Peter Whitehead, 9th
1949-07-03: Berne F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, #34 Luigi Villoresi, 2nd
1949-07-10: Garda F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #20 Bruno Sterzi, accident
1949-07-10: Garda F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #26 Felice Bonetto, accident
1949-07-10: Garda F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #6 Mario Tadini, 2nd
1949-07-10: Garda F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, #16 Luigi Villoresi, 1st
1949-07-17: Reims F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #8 Juan Manuel Fangio, gearbox
1949-07-17: Reims F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #18 Froilan Gonzalez, retired
1949-07-17: Reims F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #10 Franco Cortese, DNS withdrawn
1949-07-17: Reims F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #14 Mario Tadini, 2nd
1949-07-17: Reims F2, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, #16 Alberto Ascari, 1st
1949-07-17: Reims F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #24 Peter Whitehead, 3rd
1949-07-17: Reims F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, #20 Luigi Villoresi, brakes
1949-07-31: Zandvoort F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, #14 Alberto Ascari, accident foto
1949-07-31: Zandvoort F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #18 Peter Whitehead, DNS magneto
1949-07-31: Zandvoort F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, #1 Luigi Villoresi, 1st
1949-08-20: Silverstone F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, #8 Alberto Ascari, 1st
1949-08-20: Silverstone F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #9 Peter Whitehead, DNS valve
1949-08-20: Silverstone F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, #27 Luigi Villoresi, 3rd foto
1949-08-28: Lausanne F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #12 Felice Bonetto, 5th
1949-08-28: Lausanne F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #14 Mario Tadini, retired
1949-08-28: Lausanne F1, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #38 Franco Cortese, 4th
1949-08-28: Lausanne F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, #14 Alberto Ascari, 2nd
1949-08-28: Lausanne F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #22 Peter Whitehead, 10th
1949-08-28: Lausanne F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, #12 Luigi Villoresi, 6th
1949-09-11: Monza F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, #40 Raymond Sommer, 5th foto
1949-09-11: Monza F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #46 Peter Whitehead, magneto
1949-09-11: Monza F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, #16 Felice Bonetto, overheated
1949-09-11: Monza F1, C-01, Ferrari 125F1, #8 Alberto Ascari, 1st foto
1949-09-11: Monza F1, C-02, Ferrari 125F1, #34 Luigi Villoresi, gear lever
1949-09-25: Brno F1, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, Franco Cortese, 3rd
1949-09-25: Brno F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, Peter Whitehead, 1st
1949-10-09: Montlhéry F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #9 Peter Whitehead, accident
1949-12-18: Buenos Aires FL, GP-02C, Ferrari 166C, Benedicto Campos, 4th
1949-12-18: Buenos Aires FL, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, Peter Whitehead, 10th
1949-12-18: Buenos Aires FL, C-01, Ferrari 166C, Alberto Ascari, 1st
1949-12-18: Buenos Aires FL, C-02, Ferrari 166C, Luigi Villoresi, 3rd
1949-12-18: Buenos Aires FL, C-03, Ferrari 166C, #16 Juan Manuel Fangio, 2nd

Ferrari GP 1950 fotos

1950-01-08: Buenos Aires FL, GP-02C, Ferrari 166C, #16 Juan Manuel Fangio, 4th
1950-01-08: Buenos Aires FL, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #40 Peter Whitehead, 10th
1950-01-08: Buenos Aires FL, C-01, Ferrari 166C, #12 Alberto Ascari, damage
1950-01-08: Buenos Aires FL, C-02, Ferrari 166C, #44 Luigi Villoresi, 1st
1950-01-08: Buenos Aires FL, C-03, Ferrari 166C, #10 Dorino Serafini, 2nd
1950-01-08: Buenos Aires FL, ?, Ferrari 166C, #6 Benedicto Campos, ret
1950-01-15: Mar del Plata FL, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, Peter Whitehead, ?
1950-01-15: Mar del Plata FL, C-01, Ferrari 166C, Alberto Ascari, 1st
1950-01-15: Mar del Plata FL, C-02, Ferrari 166C, Luigi Villoresi, accident
1950-01-15: Mar del Plata FL, C-03, Ferrari 166C, Juan Manuel Fangio, accident
1950-01-22: Rosario FL, GP-02C, Ferrari 166C, Benedicto Campos, 2nd
1950-01-22: Rosario FL, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, Peter Whitehead, ?
1950-01-22: Rosario FL, C-01, Ferrari 166C, Alberto Ascari, gear lever
1950-01-22: Rosario FL, C-02, Ferrari 166C, Luigi Villoresi, 1st
1950-01-22: Rosario FL, C-03, Ferrari 166C, Juan Manuel Fangio, accident
1950-03-19: Marseilles F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #2 Juan Manuel Fangio, 3rd
1950-03-19: Marseilles F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #12 Giovanni Bracco, withdrawn
1950-03-19: Marseilles F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #14 Roberto Vallone, retired
1950-03-19: Marseilles F2, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, #6 Raymond Sommer, 4th
1950-03-19: Marseilles F2, C-01, Ferrari 166F2, #10 Alberto Ascari, 2nd
1950-03-19: Marseilles F2, C-02, Ferrari 166F2, #8 Luigi Villoresi, 1st
1950-04-10: Pau F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, #6 Raymond Sommer, 4th foto
1950-04-10: Pau F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, #2 Luigi Villoresi, 2nd foto
1950-04-10: Pau F1, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #4 Alberto Ascari, transmission
1950-04-10: Goodwood F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #24 Peter Whitehead, DNS
1950-04-16: San Remo F1, GP-04C, Ferrari 125F1, Giovanni Bracco, accident
1950-04-16: San Remo F1, GP-06C, Ferrari 125F1, Roberto Vallone, 4th
1950-04-16: San Remo F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, Raymond Sommer, fuel pump
1950-04-16: San Remo F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, Peter Whitehead, overheating
1950-04-16: San Remo F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, Dorino Serafini, oil pressure
1950-04-16: San Remo F1, C-01, Ferrari 125F1, Alberto Ascari, accident
1950-04-16: San Remo F1, C-02, Ferrari 125F1, Luigi Villoresi, 2nd
1950-05-07: Modena F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #16 Juan Manuel Fangio, engine
1950-05-07: Modena F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #20 Mario Tadini, 2nd
1950-05-07: Modena F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, #18 Dorino Serafini, overheating
1950-05-07: Modena F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #14 Alberto Ascari, 1st foto
1950-05-07: Roubaix F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #12 Giovanni Bracco, engine
1950-05-07: Roubaix F2, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, #10 Raymond Sommer, 1st
1950-05-07: Erlen F2, GP-10C, Ferrari 166F2, #28 Roberto Vallone, 2nd
1950-05-07: Erlen F2, ?C-02?, Ferrari 166F2, #26 Luigi Villoresi, 1st foto
1950-05-14: Mons F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, Franco Cortese, 3rd
1950-05-14: Mons F2, GP-10C, Ferrari 166F2, Roberto Vallone, retired
1950-05-14: Mons F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, Luigi Villoresi, 2nd
1950-05-14: Mons F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, Alberto Ascari, 1st
1950-05-14: Medoc F2, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, #12 Raymond Sommer, 3rd
1950-05-21: Monaco F1, GP-08C, Ferrari 125F1, #42 Raymond Sommer, 4th foto
1950-05-21: Monaco F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #28 Peter Whitehead, DNS engine
1950-05-21: Monaco F1, C-01, Ferrari 125F1, #40 Alberto Ascari, 2nd foto
1950-05-21: Monaco F1, C-02, Ferrari 125F1, #38 Luigi Villoresi, transmission
1950-05-28: Monza F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #16 Juan Manuel Fangio, overheating
1950-05-28: Monza F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #10 Giovanni Bracco, DNS engine
1950-05-28: Monza F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #12 Mario Tadini, 4th
1950-05-28: Monza F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, #6 Dorino Serafini, 3rd
1950-05-28: Monza F2, C-01, Ferrari 166F2/50, #4 Alberto Ascari, 2nd
1950-05-28: Monza F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2, #8 Luigi Villoresi, 1st
1950-05-28: Aix-les-Bains F2, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, #16 Raymond Sommer, 1st
1950-05-28: Aix-les-Bains F2, GP-10C, Ferrari 166F2, #18 Roberto Vallone, ignition foto
1950-06-04: Berne F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #18 Giovanni Bracco, engine
1950-06-04: Berne F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, #22 Roberto Vallone, engine
1950-06-04: Berne F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #20 Raymond Sommer, 1st
1950-06-04: Berne F1, C-01, Ferrari 125F1, #18 Alberto Ascari, oil line foto
1950-06-04: Berne F1, C-04, Ferrari 125F1, #22 Luigi Villoresi, transmission foto
1950-06-04: Berne F1, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #20 Raymond Sommer, suspension foto
1950-06-11: Remparts F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #12 Froilan Gonzalez, 3rd foto
1950-06-11: Remparts F2, GP-08C, Ferrari 166F2, #16 Raymond Sommer, 5th
1950-06-11: Remparts F2, GP-12C, Ferrari 166F2, #18 Dorino Serafini, gearbox
1950-06-11: Rome F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, Franco Cortese, retired
1950-06-11: Rome F2, GP-10C, Ferrari 166F2, Roberto Vallone, 3rd
1950-06-11: Rome F2, C-02, Ferrari 166F2, Luigi Villoresi, 2nd
1950-06-11: Rome F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, Alberto Ascari, 1st foto
1950-06-18: Spa F1, C-01, Ferrari 275F1, #4 Alberto Ascari, 5th foto
1950-06-18: Spa F1, C-02, Ferrari 125F1, #2 Luigi Villoresi, 6th foto
1950-07-02: Reims F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #32 Roberto Mieres, DNS withdrawn
1950-07-02: Reims F2, GP-02C, Ferrari 166F2, #32 Froilan Gonzalez, engine
1950-07-02: Reims F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #28 Alberto Ascari, 1st
1950-07-02: Reims F2, GP2-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #26 Luigi Villoresi, suspension
1950-07-02: Reims F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #14 Peter Whitehead, 3rd , foto
1950-07-02: Reims F1, C-01, Ferrari 275F1, #10 Alberto Ascari, DNS withdrawn
1950-07-02: Reims F1, C-01, Ferrari 275F1, #10 Luigi Villoresi, DNS withdrawn
1950-07-09: Bari F1, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #24 Franco Cortese, 5th
1950-07-09: Bari F1, GP-12C, Ferrari 125F1, #38 Dorino Serafini, 7th
1950-07-09: Bari F1, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #12 Alberto Ascari, transmission
1950-07-09: Bari F1, GP2-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #30 Luigi Villoresi/Alberto Ascari, transmission
1950-07-13: Jersey F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #10 Peter Whitehead, 1st , foto
1950-07-16: Albi F1, C-01, Ferrari 275F1, #16 Luigi Villoresi, ignition
1950-07-16: Albi F1, C-02, Ferrari 125F1, #18 Alberto Ascari, retired
1950-07-23: Naples F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #34 Franco Cortese, 1st
1950-07-23: Zandvoort F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #10 Peter Whitehead, 4th , foto
1950-07-23: Zandvoort F1, C-02, Ferrari 125F1, #6 Luigi Villoresi, 2nd
1950-07-23: Zandvoort F1, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #8 Alberto Ascari, 3rd
1950-07-30: Geneva F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #50 Mario Tadini, engine
1950-07-30: Geneva F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #42 Luigi Villoresi, transmission
1950-07-30: Geneva F2, GP2-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #40 Dorino Serafini, 3rd foto
1950-07-30: Geneva F1, C-01, Ferrari 275F1, #42 Luigi Villoresi, accident
1950-07-30: Geneva F1, C-04, Ferrari 340F1, #40 Alberto Ascari, engine foto
1950-08-12: Dundrod F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #14 Peter Whitehead, 1st
1950-08-20: Nurburgring F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #8 Giovanni Bracco, retired
1950-08-20: Nurburgring F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #2 Alberto Ascari, 1st
1950-08-20: Nurburgring F2, GP2-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, #4 Dorino Serafini, gearbox
1950-08-26: Silverstone F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #17 Peter Whitehead, 3rd , foto
1950-08-26: Silverstone F1, ?C-02?, Ferrari 125F1, #16 Alberto Ascari, DNS accident , foto
1950-09-03: Monza F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #8 Peter Whitehead, 7th , foto
1950-09-03: Monza F1, GP1-49, Ferrari 375F1, #16 Alberto Ascari, engine , foto
1950-09-03: Monza F1, GP2-49, Ferrari 375F1, #48 Dorino Serafini/Alberto Ascari, 2nd , foto
1950-09-10: Mettet F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #2 Franco Cortese, 6th
1950-09-10: Mettet F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, Alberto Ascari, transmission
1950-09-10: Mettet F2, GP2-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, Dorino Serafini, transmission
1950-09-17: Perigueux F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, #16 Ferdinando Righetti, 4th
1950-09-17: Perigueux F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, #14 Franco Cortese, 5th
1950-09-30: Goodwood F1, GP-10C, Ferrari 125F1, #8 Peter Whitehead, 13th
1950-10-15: Garda F2, GP-04C, Ferrari 166F2, Giovanni Bracco, retired
1950-10-15: Garda F2, GP-06C, Ferrari 166F2, Franco Cortese, DNS withdrawn
1950-10-15: Garda F2, GP1-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, Alberto Ascari, 1st , foto
1950-10-15: Garda F2, GP2-49, Ferrari 166F2/50, Dorino Serafini, 2nd
1950-10-29: Pedralbes F1, ?C-02?, Ferrari 125F1, #16 Luigi Chinetti, ignition , foto
1950-10-29: Pedralbes F1, GP1-49, Ferrari 375F1, #2 Alberto Ascari, 1st , foto
1950-10-29: Pedralbes F1, GP2-49, Ferrari 375F1, #6 Dorino Serafini, 2nd , foto
1950-10-29: Pedralbes F1, GP3-50, Ferrari 212F1, #4 Piero Taruffi, 3rd , foto
1950-11-12: Paraná FL, GP-02C, Ferrari 166C, Froilan Gonzalez, 2nd
1950-11-12: Paraná FL, C-03, Ferrari 166C, Juan Manuel Fangio, 1st
1950-12-18: Santiago FL, GP-02C, Ferrari 166C, Froilan Gonzalez, 2nd
1950-12-18: Santiago FL, C-03, Ferrari 166C, Juan Manuel Fangio, 1st



1948 Chassis:
GP-02C (166/125) Raymond Sommer
GP-04C (166/125) Giuseppe Farina foto
GP-06C (166/125) Prince Bira
Transmission Fuel tank Front tyres Rear tyres Wheelbase Front track Rear track Weight
F1 5-speed + rev 120L 5.50 x 15 7.00 x 15 2160 mm 1278 mm 1250 mm 710kg(with liquids)
F2 5-speed + rev 130L 5.00 x 16 6.00 x 16 2160 mm 1200 mm 1200 mm 550kg(dry)
sourse sourse

1949 Chassis:
GP-02C (166/125) Raymond Mays (Thin Wall Mk 1) ,Bruno Sterzi /Juan Manuel Fangio ,Benedicto Campos
GP-04C (166/125) Giuseppe Farina ,Felice Bonetto /Froilan Gonzalez
GP-06C (166/125) Franco Cortese /Mario Tadini
new
GP-08C (166/125) Raymond Sommer ,Piero Taruffi ,Alberto Ascari ,Raymond Sommer foto
GP-10C (166/125) Peter Whitehead /Chico Landi
GP-12C (166/125) Luigi Villoresi ,Felice Bonetto foto foto
new new
C-01 (166/125) Alberto Ascari foto
C-02 (166/125) Luigi Villoresi
C-03 (166C) Juan Manuel Fangio
Length 3685 mm
Width 1400 mm
Height 1025 mm
Transmission Fuel tank Front tyres Rear tyres Wheelbase Front track Rear track Weight
C-03 5-speed + rev 130L 5.50 x 15 6.25 x 16 2160 mm 1278 mm 1250 mm 710kg(dry)
sourse
1950 Chassis:
GP-02C (166/125) Juan Manuel Fangio /Benedicto Campos ,Froilan Gonzalez
GP-04C (166/125) Giovanni Bracco /Ferdinando Righetti
GP-06C (166/125) Roberto Vallone ,Mario Tadini /Franco Cortese

GP-08C (166/125) Raymond Sommer
GP-10C (166/125) Peter Whitehead /Roberto Vallone
GP-12C (166/125) Luigi Villoresi /Dorino Serafini /Roberto Vallone

C-01 (166/125/275/166C) Alberto Ascari foto foto
C-02 (166/125/166C) Luigi Villoresi ,Luigi Chinetti foto
C-03 (166C) Dorino Serafini ,Juan Manuel Fangio
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GP1-49 (166F2/50 , 375) Alberto Ascari ,Luigi Villoresi ,Raymond Sommer foto wb 2320 mm, DeDion
C-04 (125/340)Luigi Villoresi ,Alberto Ascari foto foto
GP2-49 (166F2/50 , 375) Luigi Villoresi ,Dorino Serafini foto
GP3-50 (212F1) Piero Taruffi
Transmission Fuel tank Front tyres Rear tyres Wheelbase Front track Rear track Weight
275 F1 4-speed + rev 195L 5.50 x 16 7.00 x 16 2320 mm 1278 mm 1250 mm 850kg(with liquids)
340 F1 4-speed + rev 195L 5.50 x 16 7.00 x 16 2320 mm 1278 mm 1250 mm 850kg(with liquids)
375 F1 4-speed + rev 195L 5.50 x 16 7.50 x 17 2320 mm 1278 mm 1250 mm
212 F1 5-speed + rev 130L 5.50 x 16 6.50 x 16 2320 mm 1255 mm 1200 mm 700kg (dry)
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1948 Engines:
Type Bore/stroke Uni.displ Tot.displ Compr. Maximum power Top speed
125GP 60°V12 S 55 x 52.5 mm 124.73 cc 1496.77 cc 6.5:1 169kW (230hp) / 7000rpm 260 km/h
166F2 60°V12 60 x 58.8 mm 166.25 cc 1995.02 cc 11:1 114kW (155hp) / 7000rpm 235 km/h

1949 Engines:
166F2
166C - 2 litre supercharged
125F1
Thin Wall Mk 1
Type Bore/stroke Uni.displ Tot.displ Compr. Maximum power Top speed
166FL(166C) 60°V12 S 60 x 58.8 mm 166.25 cc 1995.02 cc 6.5:1 191kW (260hp) / 7000rpm 260 km/h

1950 Engines:
166C - 2 litre supercharged
125F1
166F2
166F2/50 - (GP-49)
275F1 - (C-01)
340F1 - (C-04) - 4102cc, V12 60', 335CV, 300km/h
375F1 - (GP-49)
212F1 - (GP3-50)
Type Bore/stroke Uni.displ Tot.displ Compr. Maximum power Top speed
275F1 60°V12 72 x 68 mm 276.86 cc 3322.34 cc 10:1 221kW (300hp) / 7300rpm 280 km/h
340F1 60°V12 80 x 68 mm 341.80 cc 4101.66 cc 12:1 246kW (335hp) / 7000rpm 300 km/h
375F1 60°V12 80 x 74.5 mm 374.47 cc 4493.73 cc 11:1 257kW (350hp) / 7000rpm 320 km/h
212F1 60°V12 68 x 58.8 mm 213.54 cc 2562.51 cc 12:1 147kW (200hp) / 7500rpm

Thinwall #1 - a short wheelbase, single stage supercharged 1.5 litre with swing axle rear suspension and a forward-mounted gearboxin unit with the engine. Ran once at the 1949 British GP

Thinwall #2 - a long wheelbase, 2-stage supercharged 1.5 litre with swing axle rear suspension and a forward-mounted gearboxin unit with the engine, chassis 125-C-02.

Thin Wall #3 - Thinwall #2 totally rebuilt at Ferrari with a single plug 4.5 litre engine, rear mounted transaxle gearbox and de Dion rear suspension. Raced 8 times in 1951-52 including beating the Alfa Romeos in the 1951 International Trophy in a downpour.

Thin Wall #4 - a longer wheelbase Indianapolis-type twin plug 4.5 litre with rear mounted transaxle gearbox and de Dion rear suspension, chassis 010-375. Fifteen appearances in 1952-54.

??? Fangio / Gonzalez 166F2 GP-04C .Reims F2 1949 ???

??? #3 ,Thin Wall Special


Ferrari 275 ???


Ferrari ??? GP1-49, Ascari at the 1950 Gran Premio di Modena (Formula 2)


Thinwall Special #2 at the International Trophy Silverstone (26 Aug 1950)

The car was just delivered from Maranello by truck, and Ascari was asked to drive it in the race. This was the ex-works car 125-C-02 which was not needed anymore because of the new 340/375 model. However, in order to get Vandervell believe (once more) he gets a new car they took the bodywork of the one-off Bremgarten experimental car to disguise it.
As we know, the TWS #2 was a similar desaster as its predecessor. The car was retired at Silverstone with the engine making some very unhealthy sounds. After tearing down the engine, Vandervell was livid. The bearings - the bearings! - had been the cause of the ugly noises because they had been out of alignment. And the crank appeared to have never been nitrated, and the crankshaft also had foreign matter embedded in it, the pistons… well, you get the idea. Vandervell was not very happy with what he had spent a considerable amount of money on and let Giberti, the current racing director at the Scuderia, know exactly how he felt. Enzo Ferrari was not used to have customers give him what for and then not only provide a detailed technical analysis of the faults, but pictures as well! It was clear to Ferrari that this was not someone easily brushed aside. In the end, it was agreed that the chassis would be returned to the factory, fitted with a 4.5-litre V12 and the new DeDion axle as well, and returned to the Vandervell team.
#63 Ferrari GP-10C, the Whitehead car. Originally it was a tipo 125 with 1.5 litre s/c engine, but converted later to 166 F2. In 1952 sold to David Murray who used the car for Bill Dobson in the British F2 championship and for some Formula Libre races. Photo has been taken at Turnberry where Dobson started in the FL race.


??? Ferrari 125/375 the third ThinWall Special at the Donington collection. Chassis 125 C-02 with (later) 4,5 litre engine.


212 F1 - S/N 102
this car has a long and interesting history. Started as experimental car (Bremgarten) in 1950 with 125 engine, rebodied and reengined as tipo 275, crashed at Geneva, rebuilt as tipo 212 and numbered #0102, reengined as tipo 166 F2. Th engine actually in the car is a tipo 212 sports car unit.. Currently car resides in Holland. As the white triangle indicates a former car of the Ecurie Espadon.

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Peter Whitehead’s tipo 125/166 from 1951, serial #0114. Rebodied works car C-01 from 1949 (wb 2420 mm, swing axle). Had 2 engines, a 166 2 litre for F2, and a 1.5 litre s/c for F1.


Ferrari ???


Ferrari 1949 car with wb 2160 mm and swing axle, rebodied in 1951. Reported being #0112






Alonso driving the Ferrari 375 F1 of season 1951 before the driver's parade of Silverstone 2011



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