The 312T2, a modification of 312T, was launched in the beginning of the 1976 season and was available since Spanish Grand Prix, fourth round of the championship. This is the car in which Niki Lauda had a massive spectacular accident at the Nurburgring at the German Grand Prix. Niki won 3 races in 312T2 before the accident and was leading the championship. He was back just 6 weeks after his horrible accident, but conceded the title by just a single point to James Hunt. Lauda’s teammate Clay Regazzoni scored 3 2nd-place finishes and was 5th in the drivers’ standings of the season. The 312T helped Ferrari win its second consecutive constructors’ title.
|1975||F1 WC||Monaco GP|
|Niki Lauda||1||Scuderia Ferrari|