Ferrari 1954

250 Europa - end of prod. (1953-54 - 22 ex.)
375 America - end of prod. (1953-54 - 11 ex.)
250 Europa GT - Paris
375 MM
375 Plus - new model (1954-54 - 8 ex.)
735 S
500 Mondial
750 Monza - new model
250 Monza - June (1954-54 - 4 ex.)
500 TR - new model

At the Ferrari stand wthere were two cars displayed and neither were in the sporting tradition as Ferrari builds his cars normally. There was a 4 1/2-litre on the 375 Mexico chassis fitted with an extremely sleek grey coupe body by Pinin-Farina that was a nice Show exhibit but a bit too long in the bonnet to be wholly attractive, and there was a 3-litre 12-cylinder Europa model with a more normal Farina coupe body. I had rather hoped to see a 500 Mondial sports car, now that it is a production car.
(Paris report, October'54)

 

250 Europa

250 Europa (V12 cyl, 2963 cm³, 200 cv; 2800 mm) - end of prod.
  Coupé by Pinin Farina (#0315EU, 0331EU, 0333EU, 0335EU, 0341EU, 0343EU, 0345EU, 0349EU, 0351EU)
  Coupé by Ghia (#0347EU)
  Cabriolet by Vignale (#0353EU)

Built by Pinin Farina in October '53 250 Europa (#0303EU) displayed at Brussels Motor Show.

Built by Pinin Farina in '53 250 Europa Convertible (#0311EU) displayed at New York Motor Show along with Coupé (#0315EU).

250 Europa Coupé Pinin Farina (#0349EU) and '53 (#0325EU) displayed at Paris Motor Show.

'53 Coupé Pinin Farina (#323EU) displayed at Stockholm Show.

 

250 Europa GT

250 Europa GT (V12 cyl, 2953 cm³, 220 cv; wb: 2600 mm) - new model
  Coupé Pinin Farina (#0357GT, 0361GT, 0363GT, 0365GT, 0367GT, 0371GT, 0373GT, 0375GT, 0377GT, 0379GT, 0381GT)
  Coupé Vignale (#0359GT)
  Berlinetta Pinin Farina (#0369GT)

Coupé Pinin Farina (#0357GT) displayed at Paris Motor Show.


250 Europa GT Coupé Vignale (#0359GT)

 

375 America

375 America (V12 cyl, 4522 cm³, 300 cv; 2800 mm) - end of prod.
  Coupé by Vignale (#0327AL, 0337AL)
  Coupé by Pinin Farina (#0329AL, 0339AL, 0355AL)


375 America (#0327AL) Coupé Vignale


375 America (#0327AL) Coupé Vignale at Geneva Motor Show.


375 America (#0337AL) Coupé Vignale at Turin Motor Show.


375 America (#0327AL) Coupé Vignale


375 America (#0355AL) Coupé Pinin Farina Speciale.

 

375 MM

375 MM (V12 cyl, 4494/4522 cm³, 340 cv; wb: 2600 mm)
  Berlinetta by Pinin Farina (#0380AM, 0416AM, 0456AM)
  Spyder by Pinin farina (#0382AM, 0402AM, 0412AM, 0450AM, 0460AM)


375 MM Spyder Pinin Farina (#0450AM)


375 MM Spyder by Pinin Farina (#0460AM)


375 MM Spyder Pinin Farina (#0450AM)


375 MM Berlinetta Speciale by Pinin Farina (#0456AM) built for actress Ingrid Bergman. This car was shown at Paris Motor Show this year.

 

375 Plus

375 Plus (V12 cyl, 4954 cm³, 330 cv; 2600 mm) - new model
  Spyder by Pinin Farina (#0384AM, 0376AM, 0392AM, 0936AM, 0398TF, 0400AM, 0478AM)

 

735 S

735 S (R4 cyl, 2942 cm³, 225 cv; wb: 2250 mm)
  Pinin Farina 735 Monza Spyder (#0444M) '54
  

 

500 Mondial

500 Mondial (R4 cyl, 1984 cm³, 170cv; wb: 2250 mm)
  Spyder Pinin Farina (#0404MD, 0406MD, 0408MD, 0410MD, 0414MD, 0418MD, 0424MD, 0426MD, 0430MD, 0434MD)
  Spyder Pinin Farina (#0438MD, 0448MD, 0458MD
  Berlinetta Pinin Farina (#0422MD, 0452MD
  Spyder Scaglietti (#0446MD, 0454MD, 0464MD, 0468MD, 0474MD

 

750 Monza

750 Monza (R4 cyl, 2999 cm³, 250 cv; wb: 2250 mm) - new model
  Spyder Scaglietti (#0440MD, 0462M, 0470M, 0486M, 0494M

 

250 Monza

250 Monza (V12 cyl, 2953 cm³, 240 cv; wb: 2250 mm) - new model
  Spyder Pinin Farina (#0420M, 0432M, 0466m)
  Spyder Scaglietti (#0442M)

 

1st 24h Le Mans 375 Plus (Gonzales/Trintignant #4).
1st Tourist Trophy 750 Monza (Hawthorn/Trintignant #15).
2nd Mille Miglia 375 Plus or 500 Mondial (Marzotto #523).
1st Giro dell'Umbria (G.Gerini)
1st Coppa della Toscana '53 375MM (Scotti)
3rd Coppa della Toscana 250MM (Luglio/Frignani)
3rd Giro di Sicilia 250 Monza (Gerini/Donazzolo)
1st Carrera Panamericana 375 Plus (Maglioli #19)
2nd Carrera Panamericana '53 375MM (Hill/Ginther #20)
1st 1000km Buenos Aires '53 375MM (Farina/ Maglioli #10)
2nd 1000km Buenos Aires 250MM (Schell/De Portago #30)
1st Monza 735 Monza (Hawthorn/Maglioli #14)
2nd Monza 750 Monza (Gonzalez/Trintignant #10)
3rd Monza 250 Monza (Cornacchia/Gerini #20)
3rd Coppa d'Oro delle Dolomiti 250 Monza (Gerini #98)


750 Monza (Tourist Trophy - Hawthorn)

  12h Sebring (07.03.54)
375 MM #0372AM (#5 Lunken/Hassan)
375 MM #0382AM (#7 Yung/Yung) (#7 Spear/Hill)
250 MM #0390MM (#22 Kimberly/Lewis)


  Mille Miglia (1-2.05.54)
500 Mondial #0414MD (#512 Sterzi)
212 Inter #0237EU (#513 Stazzi)
500 Mondial #0426MD (#516 Cortese/Perrucchi)
500 Mondial #0418MD (#523 Marzotto)
250 MM #0270MM (#533 Piazza/Piazza)
250 MM #0254MM (#534 Baggio/Berni)
375 Plus #0396AM (#536 P.Marzotto/Marini)
375 Plus #0392AM (#538 G.Marzotto/Torima)
166 MM/53 #0314M (#542 Pezolli/Moioli)
375 Plus #0384AM (#545 Maglioli)
375 #0360AM (#546 Scotti)
250 MM #0292MM (#549 Gerini/Donazzolo)
250 MM #0340MM (#552 Colucci/Parisi )
212 Export #0074E (#553 Minzoni/Brinci)
212 Inter #0147E (#554 Casarotto/Conconcelli)
212 Export #0102E (#555 Fitch/Salini)
166 MM/53 #0272M (#556 de Graffenried/Parravicini)
250 MM #0276MM (#601 Biondetti)
375 Plus #0386AM (#606 Farina/Parenti)
166 MM/53 #0262M (#608 Musitelli/Drago)
250 Monza (Dos Santos)


   Targa Florio (30.05.54)
212 Export #0074E (#72 Minzoni)
250 MM #0276MM (#82 Biondetti)
375 Plus #0384AM (#400 Maglioli)
166 MM (Cortese)


  Le Mans (12-13.06.54)
375 Plus #0384AM (#3 Maglioli/Marzotto)
375 Plus #0396AM (#4 Gonzalez/Trintignant)
375 Plus #0392AM (#5 Ascari/Villoresi)
375 Plus #0372M (#6 Walters/Fitch)
375 MM #0380AM (#18 Rubirosa/Baggio)


   GP Supercortemaggiore at Merano (Monza) (27.06.54)
750 Monza #0440M (#10 Gonzalez/Trintignant)
735 Monza #0444M (#14 Hawthorn/Maglioli)
250 MM #0274MM (#16 Landi/ Cassini)
225 Sport (#18 Pinzero/Pinzero)
250 Monza #0442M (#20 Cornacchia/Gerini)
250 S #0156ET (#22 Musitelli/Pezzoli)
250 Monza #0432M (#54 Piotti/Manzon)
625 TF #0304TF (#56 Bonomi/Bucci)
212 Export #0074E (#58 Minzoni/Brinci)
166 MM #0042M (#60 Wartenweiler/Raffaelli)
166 MM (#64 de Florentiis/ Mucci)
250 MM #0276MM (#68 Biondetti/ Nocentini)
250 MM #0252MM (#70 Luglio/Frignani)


  1000km Buenos Aires (24.01.54)
250 MM #0390MM (de Portago/Schell #30)


  Liége-Rome-Liége (19-23.08.54
250 MM #0334MM (#12 Lanz/ Sagesser)


  Tour de France (03-12.09.54)
166 MM/53 #0300M (#126 Herzet/Bianchi)
500 Mondial #0422MD (#233 Dustaritz/Fayen)
500 Mondial #0424MD (#234 Dupont/ Biagini)
500 Mondial #0452MD (#235 Coliboeuf/ Aumaitre)
500 Mondial #0458MD (#236 Ceratto/ Munaron)
735 S #0446M (#244 Picard/ Barraquet)


  Carrera Panamericana (19-23.11.54)
375 Plus #0396AM (#1 J.McAfee/Robinson)
735 Monza #0428M (#2 de Portago)
500 Mondial #0464MD) (#3 Rubirosa/E.McAfee)
375 MM #0358AM (#4 Bonomi)
750 Monza #0470M (#14 Bracco/Livocchi)
375 Plus #0392AM (#19 Maglioli)
375 MM #0286AM (#20 Hill/Ginther)
250 Monza #0442M (#22 Cornacchia)
375 MM #0376AM (#24 Chinetti/Shakespeare)


375 Plus Spyder Pinin Farina (#0392AM) at Carrera Panamericana.


Cornacchia in 250 Monza Spyder Scaglietti (#0442M) at Carrera Panamericana.


375 Plus (#0396AM) at Carrera Panamericana. This car crashed killing Ford Rbinson.


The winner of the Carrera Panamericana - Umberto Maglioli in 375 Plus (#0392AM).


Umberto Maglioli in 375 Plus (#0394AM) at Mille Miglia.


'53 166 MM Spyder Vignale (#0314M) at Mille Miglia driven by Primo Pezzoli/ Giacomo Moioli "Noris".


375 Plus (#0396AM) winning 24h Le Mans - Gonzales/Trintignant.


'53 250 MM Coupé Pinin Farina (#0254MM) driven by Innocente Baggio and Eugenio Berni at Mille Miglia. It has a new body after a fire at Mille Miglia last year.

 

500 F2 (R4 cyl, 1985 cm³, 185 cv; wb: 2160 mm)
625 F1 (R4 cyl, 2498 cm³, 210 cv, wb: 2160 mm) - 500 chassis with 625 engine
553 F1 (R4 cyl, 2498 cm³, 260 cv) - April

Formula 1 Victories:

2nd GP Argentina (#10 Farina)
3rd GP Argentina (#12 Gonzales)
2nd GP Belgium (#8 Trintignant)
3rd GP France (#34 Manzon)
1st GP Britain 625 (#9 Gonzales)
2nd GP Britain 625 (#11 Hawthorn)
2nd GP Germany (#1 Gonzales/Hawthorn)
3rd GP Germany (#2 Trintignant)
2nd GP Switzerland (#20 Gonzales)
2nd GP Italy (#40 Hawthorn)
3rd GP Italy (#38 Maglioli/Gonzales)
1st GP Spain 553F1 (#38 Hawthorn)
2nd Formula 1 Drivers Championship (José Froilán González)
3rd Formula 1 Drivers Championship (Mike Hawthorn)


625 F1


Hawthorn in 625 at Italian GP.


Hawthorn in 553 at Spanish GP.

Formula 1 Entries:

  GP Argentina (17.01.1954)
#10 Farina - 2nd
#12 González - 3rd
#14 Hawthorn - dsq
#16 Maglioli - 9th
#24 Rosier - acc
#26 Trintignant - 4th
  GP Belgium (20.06.1954)
#2 Swaters - ret
#4 Farina - ret
#6 González - ret
#8 Trintignant - 2nd
#10 Hawthorn - 4th
  GP France (04.07.1954)
#2 González - ret
#4 Trintignant - ret
#6 Hawthorn - ret
#34 Manzon - 3rd
#36 Rosier - ret
  GP Great Britain (17.07.1954)
#9 González - 1st
#10 Trintignant - 5th
#11 Hawthorn - 2nd
#12 Parnell - ret
#14 Manzon - ret
#15 Rosier - ret
  GP Germany (01.08.1954)
#1 González - 2nd
#2 Trintignant - 3rd
#3 Hawthorn - ret
#4 Taruffi - 6th
#24 Manzon - 9th
#25 Rosier - 8th
  GP Switzerland (22.08.1954)
#2 Swaters - 8th
#20 González - 2nd
#22 Hawthorn - ret
#24 Maglioli - 7th
#26 Trintignant - ret
#24 Manzon - dns/acc
  GP Italy (05.09.1954)
#6 Manzon - ret
#30 Trintignant - 5th
#32 González - ret
#34 Ascari - ret
#38 Maglioli - 3rd
#40 Hawthon - 2nd
  GP Spain (24.10.1954)
#20 Manzon - ret
#30 Swaters - ret
#38 Hawthorn - 1st
#40 Trintignant - ret