Ferrari 1953

212 Inter - end of prod. (1950-53 - 78 ex.)
342 America - end of prod. (1952-53 - 6 ex.)
250 Europa - Paris
250 Export - Paris
375 America - Paris
166 MM/53 - discontiniued (1948-53 - 47 ex.)
250 MM - end of prod. (1952-53 - 31 ex.)
340 MM - end of prod. (1952-53 - 10 ex.)
375 MM - new model
625 TF - Monza (June) (1953-53 - 3 ex.)
735 S - Monza (June) (1953-53 - 3 ex.)
500 Mondial - December

 

 

212 Inter

212 Inter (V12 cyl, 2563 cm³, 170 cv; wb: 2600 mm) - disconinued
  Coupé by Vignale (#0267EU, 0271EU, 0285EU, 0287EU, 0289EU)
  Spyder by Vignale (#0273EU)
  Coupé by Pinin Farina (#0269EU, 0275EU, 0279EU, 0281EU, 0283EU, 0291EU)


212 Inter by Vignale (#0267EU) at Turin Motor Show.


212 Inter Pinin Farina

'52 212 Inter Cabriolet (#0235EU) and Coupé (#0249EU) by Pinin Farina were displayed at Brussels Motor Show.

'52 212 Inter Coupé Pinin Farina (#0263EU) displayed at Turin and Geneva shows.


212 Inter Coupé Vignale (#0285EU) as displayed at New York Auto Show.


212 Inter by Vignale (#0267EU) at Turin Motor Show.


212 Inter by Vignale (#0271EU) entering Geneva Motor Show.


212 Inter Coupé Vignale (#0285EU) as displayed at New York Auto Show.

 

342 America

342 America (V12 cyl, 4102 cm³, 200 cv; wb: 2650 mm) - end of prod.
  Cabriolet by Pinin Farina (#0248AL)


342 America Cabriolet by Pinin Farina

 

250 Europa

250 Europa (V12 cyl, 2953 cm³, 200 cv; 2800 mm) - new model
  Coupé by Vignale (#0295EU, 0313EU)
  Coupé by Pinin Farina (#0297EU, 0299EU, 0303EU, 0305EU, 0309EU, 0321EU, 0323EU, 0325EU)
  Cabriolet by Pinin Farina (#0311EU)


250 Europa Vignale (#0295EU) at Paris Motor Show.


250 Europa Pinin Farina (#0305EU)


250 Europa Cabriolet Pininfarina (#0311EU)

 

375 America

375 America (V12 cyl, 4522 cm³, 300 cv; 2800 mm) - new model
  Coupé by Pinin Farina (#0293AL, 0307AL, 0317AL, 0319AL)
  Coupé by Vignale (#0301AL)


375 America Coupé Pinin Farina (#0293AL)


375 America Coupé Pinin Farina (#0293AL)


375 America (#0293AL) at Paris Motor Show.

 

166 MM/53

166 MM/53 (V12 cyl, 1995 cm³, 164 cv; wb: 2200 mm) - end of prod.
  Coupé by Vignale (#0300M, 0308M)
  Spyder by Vignale (#0262M, 0266M, 0278M, 0290M, 0314M, 0328M, 0242M)
  Spyder by Ferrari (#0264M, 0272M)
  Berlinetta by Pinin Farina (#0364)

 

250 MM

250 MM (V12 cyl, 2953 cm³, 240 cv, 2400 mm) - end of prod.
  Berlinetta by Pinin Farina (#0250MM, 0252MM, 0254MM, 0256MM, 0258MM, 0270MM, 0276MM, 0292MM, 0298MM, 0310MM, 0312MM, 0316MM, 0338MM, 0340MM, 0344MM, 0352MM, 0354MM, 0356MM)
  Spyder by Vignale (#0260MM, 0274MM, 0282MM, 0288MM, 0296MM, 0326MM, 0330MM, 0332MM, 0336MM, 0348MM, 0390MM)
  Berlinetta by Vignale (#0334MM)
The last Berlinetta Pinin Farina #0356 completed in February '54.


250 MM Vignale (#0348MM)


250 MM Vignale


250 MM Pinin Farina

 

340 MM

340 MM (V12 cyl, 4102 cm³, 300 cv, 2500 mm) - end of prod.
  Spyder by Touring (#0268AM, 0294AM)
  Spyder by Vignale (#0280AM, 0284AM, 0324AM, 0350AM)
  Berlinetta by Pinin Farina (#0318AM, 0320AM, 0322AM) all three converted to 375 MM.


340 MM Spyder Touring (#0294MM) at Mille Miglia. (another picture in sport section)


340 MM Spyder Vignale (#0280AM) at Mille Miglia

 

375 MM

375 MM (V12 cyl, 4494/4522 cm³, 340 cv; wb: 2600 mm) - new model
  Spyder by Vignale (#0286AM)
  Berlinetta by Pinin Farina (#0318AM, 0320AM, 0322AM) - converted 340MM
  Berlinetta by Pinin Farina (#0358AM, 0368AM, 0378AM)
  Spyder by Pinin Farina (#0360AM, 0362AM, 0364AM, 0366AM, 0370AM, 0372AM, 0374AM, 0376AM)

 

625 TF

625 TF (R4 cyl, 2498 cm³, 220 cv; wb: 2250 mm) - this year only
  Berlinetta by Vignale (#0302TF)
  Spyder by Vignale (#0304TF, 0306TF)


625 TF Berlinetta Vignale (#0302TF)


625 TF Spider Vignale (#0306TF)


625 TF Berlinetta Vignale (#0302TF)


625 TF Spyder Vignale (#0304TF)

 

735 S

735 S (R4 cyl, 2942 cm³, 225 cv; wb: 2250 mm) - new model
  Autodromo Spyder (#0428M) - in July rebodied by Scaglietti
  

 

500 Mondial

500 Mondial (R4 cyl, 1984 cm³, 170cv; wb: 2250 mm) - new model
  


500 Mondial Spyder

 

1st Mille Miglia 340MM (#547 Marzotto/Crosara).
1st 24h Spa 375MM (Farina/Hawthorn)
1st 1000km Nürburgring 375MM (#1 Ascari/Farina).
1st in 1953 World Sportscar Championship.

1st GP Pescara (Maglioli)
2nd Coppa della Toscana 340MM (Sterzi)
1st Giro di Sicilia 340MM (#444 L.Villoresi/Cassani)
3rd Giro di Sicilia 250MM (Cornacchia)
1st Coppa d'Oro Delle Dolomiti 250MM (#89 Marzotto)
3rd Coppa d'Oro delle Dolomiti 625TF (#90 Umberto Maglioli)
1st Coppa d'Oro di Sicilia 250MM (#32 de Oliveira)
2nd 12h Pescara 250MM (#26 de Oliveira)
3rd 12h Pescara 166MM/53 (#42 Lualdi/ Pinzero)
1st GP dell' Autodromo, Monza 250 MM (#12 Luigi Villoresi)
3rd GP Supercortemaggiore, Monza 250MM (#64 Pinto)
1st Coppa InterEuropa, Monza 212 Inter (#52 Cornacchia)

3rd Rallye International des Alpes 166MM/53#0300M (#404 Herzet/Bianchi)
1st Liege-Rome-Liege 166MM/53#0300M (#68 Herzet/Bianchi)


'52 212 Inter (0265EU) Vegler/Giraud Rallye International des Alpes


MILLE MIGLIA winner Giannino Marzotto, member of the famous Italian family of textile manufacturers, and passenger Crosaro, checking in at the Rome control when in close pursuit of Fangios Alfa Romeo. The car is a 4.5-litre Ferrari. The plastic windscreen, now becoming popular on sports cars, will be noted.
The Motor Year Book 1954


Bracco and Rolfo at Mille Miglia in 250 MM Berlinetta Pinin Farina (#0256MM)


212 Inter Vignale Coupé #0237EU (#52 Cornacchia) the winner of Coppa InterEuropa at Monza.


'52 225 S Spyder Vignale (#0220ET) at Sebring


735 S Ascari GP Monza

  12h Sebring (08.03.53)
225 S #0220ED (#5 Kimberly/Lewis)
225 S #0218ED (#8 Hill/Spear)
225 S #0168ED (#45 Yung/Yung)
166 MM #0054M (#49 Lunken/Hassan)
340 America #0120A (#65 Cole/Lloyd)
250 MM #0250MM (Rol/ Macchieraldo)


  Giro di Sicilia (12.04.53)
250 MM #0250MM (Rol/Macchieraldo)
166 MM/53 #0278M (Sterzi/Pinzero #401)
250 MM #0288MM (Massetti/Cappi #428)
250 MM #0252MM (Rol/Macchieraldo #429)
250 S #0156ET (Bronzoni/Cornacchia #436)
340 MM #0280AM (Villoresi/Cassani #444)
250 MM #0254MM (Marzotto/Bracco #447)
250 MM #0276MM (Cornacchia)
250 MM #0282MM (Cabianca)
166 MM #0048 (Musitelli/Musitelli)
166 MM/53 (Scotti)


  Mille Miglia (26.04.53)
166 MM/53 #0278M (Sterzi/Rossi #446)
166 MM/53 #0290M (Piotti/Franzoni #447)
166 MM #0058M (Arosio/Di Guiseppe #455)
166 MM/53 #0266M (Pineschi/Landini #459)
250 MM #0292MM (Stazzi #513)
166 MM/53 #0272M (Cacciari/Mason #514)
166 MM #0048M (Musitelli/Musitelli #515)
166 MM #0046M (Bosisio/Ercole #520)
166 MM/53 #0264M (Leonardi/Vallone #527)
250 MM #0254MM (Marzotto/Marini "Zignago" #543)
250 MM #0230MM (Rosselini/Tonti #544)
340 MM #0280AM (Marzotto/Crosara #547)
225 S #0194ET (de Tornaco/Swaters #556)
250 MM #0270MM (Piazza/Piazza #605)
340 MM #0284AM (Cole/Vandelli #608)
250 MM #0256MM (Bracco/Rolfo #609)
340 MM #0294AM (Villoresi/Cassani #613)
340 MM #0268AM (Farina/Parenti #615)
212 Export #0112E (Gerini/Donazzolo #617)
250 MM #0288MM (Hawthorn/Cappi #625)
250 MM #0258MM (Sterzi/Rovelli #627)
250 MM #0252MM (Orlandi/Fontana #628)
250 MM #0282MM (Cabianca/Roghi #633)
250 MM #0274MM (Scotti/Contini #636)
340 Mexico #0224AT (Castelotti/Regosa #637)


  Targa Florio (14.05.53)
225 S #0176ED (Stagnoli #22)
166 MM #0048M (Musitelli #28)
212 Export #0158ED (Bordonaro #36)
166 MM/53 #0290M (Piotti #44)
250 S #0156ET (Bonomi #50)
225 S #0166ED (Castellotti #52)
250 MM #0256MM ()
250 MM #0282MM (Cabianca #70)
250 MM #0274MM (Scotti/Contini #82)
250 MM #0296MM (Palmieri #92)
166 MM/53 #0262M (Musitelli)


  Coppa della Toscana (30.05.53)
166 MM #0046M (#917 Bosisio)
166 MM/53 #0262M (#922 Musitelli)
340 MM #0286AM (Sterzi)


  24h Le Mans (13-14.06.53)
375 MM #0318AM (Ascari/Villoresi #12)
340 MM #0320AM (Hawthorn/Farina #14)
340 MM #0322AM (Marzotto/Marzotto #15)
340 MM #0284AM (Cole/Chinetti #16)


  GP dell' Autodromo Monza (29.06.53)
250 MM (#10 Farina)
250 MM #0258MM (#12 Villoresi) - 1st
735 S #0428M (#14 Ascari)
625 TF #0304TF (#16 Hawthorn)
250 MM #0276MM (#22 Piotti)
212 #0237EU (#24 Cornacchia)
250 S #0156ET(#26 Bonomi)
250 MM #0256MM (#28 Castellotti)
166 MM #0042M (#30 Wartenweiler)
250 MM #0270MM (#32 Piazza)
225 S #0176ED (#34 Stagnoli)
212 (#36 Macchieraldo)
166 MM #0018M (#44 Simon)
250 MM #0296MM (#50 Palmieri)
250 MM #0274MM (#52 Scotti)


  Coppa d'Oro delle Dolomiti (12.07.53)
250 MM #0288MM (Bracco #85)
250 MM #0282MM (Marzotto/Marini #89)
625 TF #0304TF (Maglioli #90)


  24h Spa (25-26.07.53)
340/375 MM #0322AM (Hawthorn/Farina #8)
340/375 MM #0320AM (Ascari/Villoresi #8)


  12h Pescara (15.08.53)
340/375 MM #0320AM (Hawthorn/Maglioli #28)
250MM #0274MM (Scotti)
250 MM #0276MM (Piotti/Biondetti #14)
250 MM #0332MM (de Oliveira #26)
166 MM/53 \0314M (Lualdi/Pinzero #42)
166 MM/53 #0278M (Sterzi/Cortese)


  1000km Nürgurgring (30.08.53)
375 MM #0286AM (Ascari/Farina #1)
375 MM #0322AM (Hawthorn/Villoresi/Ascari #2)
375 MM (Maglioli/ P.Marzotto/ Carini #3)
375 MM (Bracco/ Bonomi #4)
212 Inter #0235EU (Vignolo/ Gatsonides #50)
166 MM/53 #0346M (Zeller/ Zeller #68)
340 MM #0294AM (Ruesch)


  GP Supercortemaggiore at Merano (Monza) (06.09.53)
250 MM #0332MM (#6 de Oliveira)
225 S #0176ED (#16 Mieres)
166 MM/53 #0264M (#22 Cortese)
225 S (#24 Pinzero)
250 MM #0270MM (#26 Piazza)
166 MM/53 #0262M (#30 Musitelli)
166 MM/53 #0314M (#32 Lualdi)
166 MM/53 #0272M (#50 Cacciari)
250 MM #0330MM (#64 Nogueira)
250 MM #0326MM (#66 Fronteira)
212 (#70 Cornacchia)
340 MM #0294AM (#72 Ruesch)


  Coppa InterEuropa, Monza (13.09.53)
212 Inter #0237EU (#52 Cornacchia)
212 Inter #0111ES (#53 Piotti)
166 MM #0048M (#24 Musitelli)


  Tourist Trophy (25.09.53)


  Carrera Panamericana (19-23.11.53)
735 S #0428M (de Portago #2)
340 Mexico #0222AT (Hill/Ginther #4)
250 MM #0292MM/0239EU (Ruiz/Echeverria #5)
375 MM #0358AM (Maglioli/Cassini #12)
340/375 MM #0318AM (Stagnoli/Scotuzzi #15)
340/375 MM #0320AM (Ricci/Salviati/Maglioli #23)
340/375 MM #0322AM (Mancini/di Laprigio #26)
340 MM #0286AM (Luigi Chinetti/ Alfonso de Portago #45)


  Tour de France (05.09.53)
340 MM (#0280AM) (Checcacci/Gentili #10)
250 MM #0282MM (Marchand/Fayen #14)
166 MM/53 #0300M (Herzet/ Bianchi #22)
166 MM/53 #0328M (Causse/Dumay #26)
250 S #0156ET (Bonomi)


  Spa-Francorchamps
340 MM #0286AM (Mike Hawthorn #63)


  12h Reims
340/375 MM (#0322AM) (Maglioli/Carini #18)


166 MM Berlinetta Pinin Farina (#0346M) at Nürburgring.


340 MM Spyder by Touring (#0268AM) at Mille Miglia (Farina/Parenti #615)


A team of 340 MM Berlinettas at Le Mans.


625 TF Spider Vignale (Gigi_M)


375 MM (#0322AM) at Carrera Panamericana (Mancini/di Laprigio).


340 MM Spyder Touring (#0294AM) at Mille Miglia (Viloresi/Cassini).


340 MM Spyder Vignale (#0280AM) at Mille Miglia (Marzotto/Crosara).


340 MM Berlinetta Pinin Farina (#0320MM) at Le Mans.


375 MM (Farina_Buenos)


Mike Hawthorn won the International Trophy at Silverstone in this 340 MM Spyder by Touring (#0294AM).

 

500 F2 (R4 cyl, 1985 cm³, 185 cv; wb: 2159 mm)
553 F2 (R4 cyl, 1997 cm³, 180 cv) - September

Formula 1 Victories:

1st GP Argentina 500 (#10 Ascari)
2nd GP Argentina 500 (#14 Villoresi)
1st GP Holland 500 (#2 Ascari)
2nd GP Holland 500 (#6 Farina)
1st GP Belgium 500 (#10 Ascari)
2nd GP Belgium 500 (#8 Viloresi)
1st GP France 500 (#16 Hawthorn)
1st GP Britain 500 (#5 Ascari)
3rd GP Britain 500 (#6 Farina)
1st GP Germany 500 (#2 Farina)
3rd GP Germany 500 (#3 Hawthorn)
1st GP Switzerland 500 (Ascari)
2nd GP Switzerland 500 (Farina)
3rd GP Switzerland 500 (Hawthorn)
2nd GP Italy (#6 Farina)
3rd GP Italy (#2 Viloresi)
1st Formula 1 Drivers Championship (Ascari)
3rd Formula 1 Drivers Championship (Farina)

Other GP Victories:

1st GP Pau (Ascari)
1st GP Bordeaux (Ascari)
1st BRDC International Trophy (Hawthorn)
1st GP di Napoli (Farina)
1st Ulster Trophy (Hawthorn)
1st GP de l'Albigeois (Rosier)
1st GP Rouen-les-Essarts (Farina)
1st Internationales Avusrennen (Swaters)
1st GP de Sables d'Olonne (Rosier)

Formula 1 Entries:

  GP Argentina (18.01.1953)
500 (#10 Ascari) - 1st
500 (#12 Farina) - acc
500 (#14 Villoresi) - 2nd
500 (#16 Hawthorn) - 4th
  GP Holland (07.06.1953)
500 (#2 Ascari) - 1st
500 (#4 Villoresi) - ret
500 (#6 Farina) - 2nd
500 (#8 Hawthorn) - 4th
500 (#10 Rosier) - 7th
  GP Belgium (21.06.1953)
500 (#8 Villoresi) - 2nd
500 (#10 Ascari) - 1st
500 (#12 Farina) - ret
500 (#14 Hawthorn) - 6th
500 (#32 Rosier) - 8th
500 (#42 Swaters) - dns
500 (#44 de Tornaco) - dns
  GP France (05.07.1953)
500 (#10 Ascari) - 4th
500 (#12 Villoresi) - 6th
500 (#14 Farina) - 5th
500 (#16 Hawthorn) - 1st
500 (#44 Rosier) - 8th
  GP Great Britain (18.07.1953)
500 (#5 Ascari) - 1st
500 (#6 Farina) - 3th
500 (#7 Villoresi) - ret
500 (#8 Hawthorn) - 5th
500 (#9 Rosier) - 10th
  GP Germany (02.08.1953)
500 (#1 Ascari/Villoresi) - 8th
500 (#2 Farina) - 1st
500 (#3 Hawthorn) - 3rd
500 (#4 Villoresi/Ascari) - ret
500 (#18 Swaters) - 7th
500 (#20 Rosier) - 10th
??? (#34 Adolff) - ret
  GP Switzerland (23.08.1953)
500 (#24 Farina) - 2nd
500 (#26 Hawthorn) - 3rd
500 (#28 Villoresi) - 6th
500 (#46 Ascari) - 1st
  GP Italy (13.09.1953)
500 (#2 Villoresi) - 3rd
500 (#4 Ascari) - acc
500 (#6 Farina) - 1st
500 (#8 Hawthorn) - 4th
553 (#10 Maglioli) - 8th
553 (#12 Carini) - ret
500 (#64 Rosier) - 16th


500 F2


Giuseppe Farina in 500 F2 at British GP.


500 F2


SHAPE of things to come? Experimental short chassis Ferrari with side fuel tanks and lower bonnet line which was tried during the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. With Formula II 2-litre engines of a much-modified design, the two cars showed no great speed and appeared diffcult to drive in curves.
The Motor Year Book 1954


375 S (#010)
GOLD STAR winner for 1953, J. M. Hawthorn pushing Mr. Tony Vandervell's "Thin Wall Special" into Madgwick Corner, Goodwood September meeting, when he defeated the B.R.M.s in the Goodwood Trophy at record speed. The car is a modified 4.5litre V-12 Ferrari with dual ignition and disc brakes.
The Motor Year Book 1954