Red Ferrari Monoplace FI Type 312B from 1970, 12 cylinders, 2990 cc, 460 HP, 280 km/h
The Ferrari 312B is a Formula One racing car designed and built by Scuderia Ferrari. It was the successor to the Ferrari 312 and was used from 1970 until early 1975. The original 312B was developed into the 312B2 and 312B3.
The early 1970s saw the return of success to the Scuderia; the unlucky Chris Amon left, while Jacky Ickx returned and was joined by Clay Regazzoni. Under the direction of Mauro Forghieri, Ferrari developed a new Tipo 001 flat-12 engine, colloquially referred to as a “boxer” (although not a real boxer engine), giving a lower center of gravity and a clear airflow beneath the rear wing.
Chassis: Aluminium monocoque
Suspension (front): Double wishbone, inboard spring/damper
Suspension (rear): Double wishbone suspension
Engine: Ferrari Tipo 001 2,992 cc (182.6 cu in), Flat-12, naturally aspirated, mid-engine, longitudinally mounted
Transmission: Ferrari Type 621 5-speed manual
Fuel: Shell, Agip
Tyres: Firestone, Goodyear