This is a 1967 Ferrari 312 F1 car with chassis number 0003. The Ferrari Formula 1 car for Grand Prix racing is, without question, the ultimate racing car.
Ferrari is the only constructor to have participated in every Grand Prix season, dominating the Formula 1 World Championship for six decades.
Ferrari is the only constructor of Grand Prix racing cars that designs and builds the entire car -- chassis, engine and gearbox - in house.
The car has a three-liter, three valve, four overhead cam V12. The traditional location of intake and exhaust system traded places, providing this cars most unique and identifiable feature. Because of the incredibly complex, twisting exhaust system, they became known as the 'Spaghetti Pipe' cars.
For the 1967 season, Ferrari built only four cars. The 1967 Ferrari team consisted of Lorenzo Bandini, Chris Amon, Mike Parks and Lodovico Scarfiotti. This Ferrari 312, chassis number 003, driven by Chris Amon, was the only Ferrari F1 car to start every Grand Prix in 1967. For 1968, 0003 was assigned to Ferrari's newest recruit, Jacky Ickx. Jacky Ickx went on to drive Ferrari F1 cars for five years, finishing second in the Formula 1 World Driving Championship in 1969 & 1970, and fourth in 1971 & 1972. Ickx went on to win the 24 Hours of LeMans seven times.Also photographed at :