The Ferrari F1 car for the 1995 season was an upgraded version of the 412T1 from 1994. Due to new regulations limiting engine capacity to three litres, it was powered by smaller 10-cylinder engine, and featured revised aerodynamics with the sides shortened to fit the radiators and other accessories. Driven by Jean Alesi and Gerhard Berger in their last season with Scuderia, the 412T2 proved to be a progressive step ahead compared from the previous year’s 412 T1. Both drivers were regular podium finishers, and Jean Alesi won his first and only race at the Canadian Grand Prix, on his 31st birthday.
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