The Ferrari 312 F1 was the 3 litre V12 (hence 312) Formula One cars raced by the Italian team from 1966 to 1969. It was designed by the team led by Mauro Forghieri, and was powered by new V12 engine. Actually, there were two distinct variations using this 312F1 designation, the 1966 version and the different version used in 1967-69. The 1967 car was lighter with improved power with modified cylinder heads by inverting the inlet exhaust ports. The 1967 season was very difficult for Scuderia Ferrari. The year was marred by fatal accident of Lorenzo Bandini at Monaco Grand Prix. Ferrari re-hired Mike Parkes to replace Bandini, but Parkes suffered career-ending injuries weeks later at the 1967 Belgian Grand Prix. The Scuderia best results was brought by New Zealander Chris Amon who manage to finish in third position four times – at Monaco, Spa, Silverstone and Nurburgring. The scale model represents the car driven by Amon at the 1967 German Grand Prix.
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