The 125 was the first Ferrari Formula 1 car. The car appeared in 1948 and was based on 125 sports car racer developed by Gioacchino Colombo a year before. The 125 F1 used a supercharged 1.5-litre V12 engine and sported a steel tube-frame chassis with longitudinal and cross members. The car debuted at the Valentino Grand Prix on September 5, 1948, and took many victories in 1949 – 1951, but mainly in minor events. One of the 125 was run for Alberto Ascari by Guy Anthony Vanderwell under his ThinWall Special brand. This British Racing Green Ferrari 125 #16 was raced by Ascari in II BRDC International Trophy on 26 August 1950 in Silverstone.
|1950||F1||BRDC International Trophy|
|Alberto Ascari||16||GA Vandervell|
|1:43||IXO||Fabbri Ferrari F1 Collection|