|Giuseppe Farina||10||Scuderia Ferrari|
Ferrari 625 was the F1 car built according to new Formula 1 regulations in force in 1954 when Grand Prix racing returned to F1 after two seasons with F2. For new rules Ferrari 500 chassis were modified to fit the 2.5-litre 625 engine. This Quartzo model represents the car started by Nino Farina in Argentine GP 1955. During the race Farina’s original car was handed over to Umberto Maglioli and then to Maurice Trintignant.