Ferrari 1970

365 GT 2+2
365 GTC - end of prod. (1968-70 - 168/20 ex.)
365 GTB4/GTS4
Dino 246 GT/GTS

Italy

 

365 GT 2+2

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

 

365 GTC

365 GTC (V12 cyl, 4390 cm³, 320cv; wb: 2400 mm) - end of prod.
  Coupé Pininfarina

 

365 GTB4 and GTS4

365 GT (V12 cyl, 4390 cm³, 352 cv, wb: 2400 mm)
  Berlinetta Pininfarina
  Spyder Pininfarina

FERRARI GTB4 DAYTONA BERLINETTA £9,167 (incl. P.T.)
This magnificent front-engined thoroughbred is powered by a 'road' version of the famous V12 sports/racing engine from the Maranello marque. With four overhead camshafts and 12 cylinders, the 352 b.h.p. motor will blast the pretty coupe (berlinetta means 'little saloon') to more than 160 m.p.h. The aerodynamic bodywork was designed by Pininfarina but is built by Scaglietti, a coachbuilder who is situated close to the Ferrari works. Undoubtedly one of the world's most desirable cars, the Daytona is available with left or right-hand drive. Suspension is self-levelling at the rear.

London report

 

Dino 246 GT

246 S (V6 cyl. 65°, 2419 cm³, 195 cv; wb: 2340 mm)
  Berlinetta Pininfarina

 

512 S / M - new model
512 M - new model

Victories:
3rd Targa Florio #6 512 S Vaccarella/Giunti
         
Entries and results:
  Targa Florio (03.05.1970) Entrant: Results:
#         gen. category class
4 512 S   Müller/Parkes Filipinetti 6th 2nd - sport 2nd - 2.0-5.0
6 512 S   Vaccarella/Giunti 3rd 1st - sport 1st - 2.0-5.0
58 206 S   Piccolo/Calascibetta Pegaso 11th 6th - proto 2nd - 1.3-2.0
64 206 S   Terra/Babuscia Pescara 35th 13th - proto 4th - 1.3-2.0
               
  24h Le Mans 14.06.1970 Entrant: Results: Index:
#   chassis     gen. class perf. eff.
5 512 S #1038 Ickx/Schetty dnf - - -
6 512 S #1044 Giunti/Vaccarella fail. - - -
7 512 S #1026 Bell/Peterson dnf - - -
8 512 S #1034 Merzario/Regazzoni acc. - - -
9 512 S #1002 Juncadella/Fernandez Montjuich fail. - - -
10 512 S #1018 Kelleners/Loos NART dnf - - -
11 512 S #1014 Bucknum/Posey NART 4th 3rd sport 3.0-5.0 5th  
12 512 S #1030 Fierlandt/Walker Francorchamps 5th 4th sport 3.0-5.0 7th  
14 512 S #1008 Bonnier/Wisell Filipinetti acc. - - -
15 512 S #1016 Parke/Müller Filipinetti acc. - - -
16 512 S #1032 Moretti/Manfredini Filipinetti fail. - - -
39 312 P #0870   NART dns - - -
57 312 P #0872 Parsons/Adamowicz NART nc - - -


Dino 206 S (Pietro Lo Piccolo - Salvatore Calascibetta) at Traga Florio (Scuderia Pegaso).


Dino 206 S ("Cinno" Leandro Terra - Turillo Babuscia) at Traga Florio (Scuderia Pescara).

 

512 S and 512 M

512 S (V12 cyl, 4994 cm³, 550 cv; wb: 2400 mm) - new model
  Spyder
  Berlinetta
512 M (V12 cyl, 4994 cm³, 610 cv, wb: 2400 mm) - new model
  Berlinetta

Put together in just three months at the end of 1969 by a team headed by Mauro Forghieri, the 512 S mounts an all-alloy V12 of almost five litres with four valves per cylinder and Lucas fuel injection. The tubular spaceframe is developed from the P4 and the 612, while the bodywork is designed by Giacomo Caliri and made from polycarbonate for light weight.
The FIA regulations require that twenty five examples of the model had to be built to achieve homologation, and in January 1970 Ferrari presented the requisite number of cars to FIA officials in Maranello for inspection.


#5 Ferrari 512 S, chassis #1038 (Jacky Ickx / Peter Schetty)
#6 Ferrari 512 S, chassis #1044 (Ignazio Giunti / Nino Vaccarella) by SpA Ferrari SEFAC at 24h Le Mans.


#7 Ferrari 512 S, chassis #1026 (Derek Bell / Ronnie Peterson) by SpA Ferrari SEFAC
#14 Ferrari 512 S, chassis #1008 (Jo Bonnier / Reine Wisell) by Scuderia Filipinetti at 24h Le Mans.


512 S, chassis #1014 (Sam Posey/ Ronnie Bucknum) by North American Racing Team finished 4th at 24h Le Mans.


512 S with the rear part modified for the Le Mans.
 


Mike Parkes in 512 S at Nürburgring.


Nino Vacarella in 512 S Spyder at Nürburgring.


512 S #1012 (#56 John Surtees / Peter Schetty) at Nürburgring

 

312 B (V12 cyl 180°, 2992 cm³, 460 cv; wb: 2385 mm) - new model
  (#001, 002, 003, 004)

3rd GP Holland (#25 Ickx)
2nd GP Germany (#10 Ickx)
1st GP Austria 312B (#12 Ickx)
2nd GP Austria (#27 Regazzoni)
1st GP Italy 312B (#4 Regazzoni)
1st GP Canada 312B (#18 Ickx)
2nd GP Canada 312B (#19 Regazzoni)
1st GP Mexico 312B (#3 Ickx)
2nd GP Mexico 312B (#4 Regazzoni)
2nd Formula 1 Drivers Championship (Jacky Ickx)
3rd Formula 1 Drivers Championship (Clay Regazzoni)
2nd Formula 1 Manufacturers Championship (312B)

Formula 1 Entries:

  GP South Africa
312B #17 Ickx
  GP Spain
312B #2 Ickx
  GP Monaco
312B #26 Ickx
  GP Belgium
312B #27 Ickx
312B #28 Giunti
  GP Holland
312B #25 Ickx
312B #26 Regazzoni
  GP France
312B #10 Ickx
312B #11 Giunti
  GP Great Britain
312B #3 Ickx
312B #4 Regazzoni
  GP Germany
312B #10 Ickx
312B #15 Regazzoni
  GP Austria
312B #12 Ickx
312B #14 Giunti
312B #27 Regazzoni
  GP Italy
312B #2 Ickx
312B #4 Regazzoni
312B #6 Giunti
  GP Canada
312B #18 Ickx
312B #19 Regazzoni
  GP USA
312B #3 Ickx
312B #4 Regazzoni
  GP Mexico
312B #3 Ickx
312B #4 Regazzoni


GP Mexico


Ickx on fire at Spanish GP after an accident with Jackie Oliver.


GP USA