Ferrari 1949

166 S - end of prod.
166 Inter
166 MM


Ferrari at Paris Motor Show. 166 Inter Coupé by Touring (#019S)

 

166 Inter

166 Inter (V12 cyl, 1995 cm³, 110 cv; wb: 2420 mm)
  Coupé by Stabilimenti Farina (#021S, 031S, 037S)
  Cabriolet by Stabilimenti Farina (#011S, 033S)
  Coupé by Touring (#013S, 015S, 017S, 019S, 023S, 027S, 029S, 035S, 039S)
  Spyder by Fantuzzi (#025S)


166 Inter Cabriolet by Stabilimenti Farina (#011S)


166 Inter Cabriolet by Stabilimenti Farina (#011S)


166 Inter Cabriolet by Stabilimenti Farina (#033S)


166 Inter Coupé by Stabilimenti Farina (#037S)


166 Inter Coupé by Touring


166 Inter Cabriolet by Stabilimenti Farina (#011S)


166 Inter Cabriolet by Stabilimenti Farina (#011S)


166 Inter Cabriolet by Stabilimenti Farina (#033S)


166 Inter Coupé by Stabilimenti Farina (#037S)


166 Inter Coupé by Touring

 

166 MM

166 MM (V12 cyl, 1995 cm³, 140 cv; wb: 2200mm)
   Barchetta Touring (0004M, 0006M, 0008M, 0010M, 0014M, 0016M, 0020M, 0022M, 0024M)
   Berlinetta 'Panoramica' Zagato (0018M)
   (0012M)


166 MM Barchetta by Touring


166 MM Zagato Panoramica (#0018)


166 MM Barchetta by Touring


166 MM Zagato Panoramica (#0018)

 

166 S

 

 

166 MM (V12 cyl, 1995 cm³, 140 cv; wb: 2250 mm)
  Barchetta by Touring (#0004M, 0006M, 0008M, 0010M, 0014M, 0016M, 0020M,       0022M, 0024M)
  Coupé by Zagato (#0018)
  (#0012M)
195 S (V12 cyl, 2341 cm³, 170 cv; 2250 mm) - all 4 ex. converted from 166MM
  Barchetta Touring (#0022M, 0038M)
  Berlinetta Touring (#0026M, 0060M)

1st Targa Florio 166SC (#?? Biondetti/Benedetti)
1st Mille Miglia 166MM (#624 Biondetti/Salani)
2nd Mille Miglia 166MM (#641 Bonetto/Carpani)
1st 24h Le Mans 166MM (#22 Chinetti/Selsdon)
1st 24h Spa 166MM (#20 Chinetti/Lucas)
1st Monza 166S (Sterzi)
2nd Targa Abruzzo (Vallone)
1st Giro dell'Umbria 166SC (#254 R.Vallone)
1st Coppa d'Oro Delle Dolomiti 166SC (#139 R.Vallone)
2nd Coppa Acerbo (Vallone)


166 Inter

  Targa Florio (19-20.03-49)
166SC #006I (#?? Biondetti/Benedetti)
166MM #??? (#?? Cortese)
166SC #014I (#?? Bianchetti/Righetti)
166SC #??? (#?? Bracco/Maglioli)
166SC #0012M (#337 Vallone/Sighinolfi)
166SC #??? (#?? Sterzi/Monari)


  Mille Miglia (24.04.49)
166 S #003S (#611 Bianchetti/Sala)
166 SC #004C (#616 Mosters/Bianchi)
166 MM #0008M (#624 Biondetti/Salani)
166 SC #021I (#629 Bracco/Maglioli)
166 SC #002C (#630 Besana/Cortese)
166 SC #0012M (#633 Vallone/Sighinolfi)
166 MM #0006M (#635 Vaccari/Mori)
166 MM #0004M (#641 Bonetto/Carpani)
166 MM #0010M (#642 Taruffi/ Nicolini)


  24h Le Mans (25-26.06.49)
166 MM #0008M (#22 Chinetti/Selsdon)
166 MM #0010M (#23 Dreyfus/Plisson)


  24h Spa (09-10.09.49)
166 MM #0010M (#20 Chinetti/Lucas)
166 MM #0014M (Roosdorp/de Ritter)


166 MM Barchetta Touring (#0008M) at Le Mans.


166 MM Barchetta Touring (#0010M) at GP Automobile Club France (Luigi Chinetti / Lord Selsdon)


166 MM Barchetta Touring (#0008M) at Mille Miglia.


166 MM (#0012M) at Mille Miglia. This car didn't finish the race.

 

125 F1 (V12 cyl 60°, 1497 cm³, 280 cv; wb: 2380 mm)
166 FL (V12 cyl 60°, 1995 cm³, 260 cv; ) - new model

Victories:

2nd GP Belgium 125 (#2Villoresi)
3rd GP Belgium 125 (#4 Ascari)
1st GP Switzerland 125 (#30 Ascari)
2nd GP Switzerland 125 (#34 Villoresi)
3rd GP France 125 (#24 Whitehead)
1st GP Italy 125 (#8 Ascari)


1st GP Holland (Villoresi)
1st GP Autodromo, Monza 166FL (Juan Manuel Fangio)
1st Daily Express International Trophy 125 (Ascari)
2nd Daily Express International Trophy 125 (Farina)
3rd Daily Express International Trophy 125 (Villoresi)
1st GP Czechoslovakia (Whitehead)
3rd GP Czechoslovakia (Cortese)
1st GP Argentina 166FL (Ascari)
2nd GP Argentina 166FL (Fangio)
3rd GP Argentina 166FL (Villoresi)


Za kierownicą syn Enzo - Alfredino "Dino" Ferrari.

Entries:

  GP Great Britain (15.05.1949)
125 (#4 Mays/Richardson) - ret
125 (#21 Whitehead/Folland) - 8th
  GP Belgium (16.06.1949)
125 (#2 Villoresi) - 2nd
125 (#4 Ascari) - 3rd
125 (#6 Whitehead) - 4th
  GP Switzerland (03.07.1949)
125 (#30 Ascari) - 1st
125 (#34 Villoresi) - 2nd
125 (#36 Whitehead) - 9th
  GP France (17.07.1949)
125 (#20 Villoresi) - dnf
125 (#22 Ascari) - wd
125 (#24 Whitehead) - 3rd
  GP Italy (11.09.1949)
125 (#8 Ascari) - 1st
125 (#16 Bonetto) - dnf
125 (#34 Villoresi) - dnf
125 (#40 Sommer) - 5th
125 (#?? Whitehead) - dnf


  Gran Premio de Eva Duarte Perón (06.02.1949)
125C (Farina) - dnf
  GP San Remo (03.04.1949)
166SC (#10 Sterzi) - 8th
166SC (#12 Bracco) - 7th
125 (#14 Whitehead) - 6th
125 (#24 Sommer) - dnf
166C (#42 Bonetto) - 4th
166SC (#44 Righetti) - dnf
166 Inter (#48 Vallone) - 11th
  Daily Express International Trophy (20.08.1949)
125 (Ascari) - 1st
125 (Farina) - 2nd
125 (Villoresi) - 3rd
  GP Argentina (18.12.1949)
166FL (Ascari) - 1st
166FL (Fangio) - 2nd
166FL (Villoresi) - 3rd
166FL (Campos) - 4th
125C (Serafini) - 8th
125C (Whitehead) - 10th


GP Great Britain


Whitehead at GP Czechoslovakia (September)


GP Great Britain


Alberto Ascari at Daily Express Trophy, Silverstone (August 20th)


GP Switzerland (July)


166 FL (#011F)


125 (166?) tested at Monza in September


GP Holland (July)


166 FL (#011F)


125 (166?) at Monza


Ascari at Monza (GP Italy)