Scuderia Ferrrai’s car for 2005 Formula One season, the F2005, was the less competitive vehicle from Maranello since the 1995. After five straight Driver’s Championships and six straight Constructors titles the 2005 season was the significant step down for Ferrari. The car itself, which was Aldo Costa’s and Rory Byrne’s creation based on winning F2004, was not so bad. The major problem for Scuderia was the Bridgestone tyres. They were uncompetitive comparing to Michelin which was used by all other major rivals. The only win of Michael Schumacher and Ferrari in the season was at United States Grand Prix where Michelin claiming that their tyres were unsafe. So only six cars from three Bridgestone supplied teams – Ferrari, Jordan and Minardi – raced in the US GP. In other full-grid races of the season Schumacher really fought for victory only at Imola and Hungaroring. Schumacher’s teammate Rubens Barichello was able to 3 podiums with the 2nd place at the USA Grand Prix as his best result of the year. Thus the season’s results (3rd place for Schumacher and 8th position of Barichello in the Drivers’ standings and 3rd for the Scuderia in the Constructors’ standings) were the worst Ferrari performance since the 1995.

SeasonSeriesEvent
2005F1WC
Driver No.Entrant
Rubens Barichello2Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
Scale ManufacturerCollection
1:43IXOFabbri Ferrari F1 Collection
Cat. No.QualityRarity
No. 11
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