The F310 was designed by John Barnard and was powered by V10 Ferrari engine developing 715 hp. Initially, the F310 was the only car in the 1996 field to have a low nose section, with the other teams having all switched to the more aerodynamically efficient high nose which was first seen on the 1990 Tyrrell 019. The high nose was eventually adopted permanently from the Canadian Grand Prix onwards. Defending World Champion Michael Schumacher moved to Ferrari from Benetton, and Eddie Irvine joined him in the team after three seasons with Jordan. Schumacher won Spanish, Belgian and Italian Grsands Prix that season, finished third in the Drivers’ Championship and helped Ferrari to second place in the Constructors’ Championship ahead of his old team Benetton.
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