Ferrari 1969

365 GT 2+2
365 GTC
365 GTS - February (1969-69 - 20 ex.)
365 GTB/4
365 GTS/4 - Frankfurt
Dino 206 GT - dicontinued (1967-69 - 153 ex.)
Dino 246 GT - Turin

Italy

The 365 GTS4, was announced at the 1969 Frankfurt Show, which is visually identical from the waist down, only the folding roof and boot profile being different.
At the 1969 Paris Salon a one off “365 GTS4 Speciale” coupé, chassis no. 14547, was shown by Pininfarina, which features a stainless steel roll hoop, and a zip out rear window, although the roof section is a fixed panel.

Fiat bought a stake in the company, but the agreement allows Ferrari a free reign when it came to its racing activities.

 

365 GT 2+2

365 GT (V12 cyl, 4390 cm³, 320 cv; wb: 2650 mm)
  Coupé Pininfarina

 

365 GTC and GTS

365 GTC (V12 cyl, 4390 cm³, 320cv; wb: 2400 mm)
  Coupé Pininfarina
365 GTS (V12 cyl, 4390 cm³, 320cv; wb: 2400 mm) - new model
  Cabriolet Pininfarina

 

365 GTB4 and GTS4

365 GTB4 (V12 cyl, 4390 cm³, 352 cv, wb: 2400 mm)
  Berlinetta Pininfarina
  Spyder Pininfarina - new model

 

Dino 206 GT and 246 GT

206 S (V6 cyl, 1987 cm³, 180 cv; wb: 2280 mm) - end of prod.
  Berlinetta Pininfarina
246 S (V6 cyl, 2419 cm³, 195 cv; wb: 2340 mm) - new model
  Berlinetta Pininfarina

Series “L” cars were produced in late 1969 and through 1970. They have road wheels with a single knock-off spinner, front quarter bumpers into the grille opening, rear licence plate lights in the quarter bumper ends, an external boot lid release button and head rests mounted on the rear bulkhead. The body material is steel with an aluminium front lid.

 

212 E - new
312 P - new model (3 ex.)

Racing victories:

2nd 12h Sebring     Amon/ Andretti
2nd 1000km Spa     Rodriguez/ Piper

Racing entries:

  12h Sebring ()

1000km Monza 25.04.1969   Results:    
#         gen      
2 312 P 0868 Rodriguez/Schetty   dnf      
1 312 P 0870 Andretti/ Amon   dnf      
23 206 S 016 Lado)/ Lado   dnf      
43 275 GTB   Krauss/ "Bill"   dnf      
       
  Targa Florio 04.05.1969 Entrant: Results:  
#   chassis #     gen. class category:
78 Dino   Baldi/Giardi   dns - -  
114 275 GTB/C 9051 Federico/Coco Montegrappa acc. - -  
246 206 SP 018 Terra/Barbuscia   25th 3rd 1.0-2.0 10th prot.
             
1000km Nürburgring 01.06.1969        
#              
7 312 P 0870 Amon/ Rodriguez   dnf    
28 206 S 006 Christofferson/Wangstre   dnf    
30 250 LM   De Cadenet/ Walton   dnf    
35 206 S   Terra/ Barbuscia   dna    
             
  24h Le Mans 14-15.06.1969 Entrant: Results: Index:
#   chassis #     gen. class perf. eff.
16 365 GTB/4 12547 Grossman/Posey NART dns - -  
17 250 LM 5893 Zeccoli/Posey NART 8th 4th sport 11th  
18 312 P 0870 Rodriguez/Piper fail. - -
19 312 P 0868 Amon/Schetty acc. - -
59 275 GTB/C 9079 Haldi/Rey Filipinetti dsq - -
61 206 S 014   NART dns - -
             
Tour de France 18-26.09.1969   Results:    
#         gen      
142 275 GTB/C 9007 Hanrioud/ Syda   dnf    
192 250 LM 5891 Rouget/Gosselin   dnf    

 

 

312 P

312 P (V12 cyl, 2991 cm³, 450 cv; wb: 2220 mm) - new model
  Spyder (#0868, 0870, 0872)

 

 


312 P at 12h Sebring


312 P, chassis #0870 (Amon / Rodriguez) at Nürburgring.


Ferrari 312 P Coupé, chassis #0870 (Pedro Rodriguez / David Piper) by SpA Ferrari SEFAC at 24h Le Mans.


Ferrari 312 P Coupé, chassis #0868 (Chris Amon / Peter Schetty) by SpA Ferrari SEFAC at 24h Le Mans.

 

212 E

212 E (B12 cyl, 1991 cm³, 300 cv; wb: 2340 mm)
  Spyder


The 212 E was built to compete in the European Mountain Championship. Its two-litre 12-cylinder boxer engine is a development of the Formula 1 engine used in the 1965 World Championship. Driven by Peter Schetty, the car immediately proved very competitive, winning the Montseny, Rossfeld, Mont Ventoux, Trento-Bondone, Cesana-Sestriere, Friburg and Ollon-Villars hill climbs. With such excellent results the car easily won the 1969 European title.

 

312 F1-68 (V12 cyl 60°, 2990 cm³, 410 cv)
312 F1-69 (V12 cyl 60°, 2990 cm³, 436 cv) - new model

Formula 1 Victories:

3rd GP Holland 312 (#8 Amon)

Formula 1 Entries:

  GP South Africa (10.03.1969)
312 #9 Amon
  GP Spain (04.05.1969)
312 #15 Amon
  GP Monaco (18.05.1969)
312 #11 Amon
  GP Holland (21.06.1969)
312 #8 Amon
  GP France (06.07.1969)
312 #6 Amon
  GP Great Britain (19.07.1969)
312 #11 Amon
312 #12 Rodríguez
  GP Italy (07.09.1969)
312 #10 Rodríguez
  GP Canada (20.09.1969)
312 #6 Rodríguez
  GP USA (05.10.1969)
312 #12 Rodríguez
  GP Mexico (19.10.1969)
312 #12 Rodríguez


GP Spain


GP France


GP Germany


GP USA


GP Monaco


GP Great Britain


GP Italy


Ferrari 312 with Pedro Rodriguez duting practice for Mexican GP with North American Racing Team.