This article on the Ferrari Dino 246 can be found in our Ferrari Collector. 132 pages re-watching the 1000 Grand Prix in F1!
For the Enzo Ferrari, the best car was always the next, even though he was not one of those who provided the technical revolution. The 125 most rechargeable engines of the earlier days, much to Colombo’s popularity, were followed by the larger native engines that were coveted from Lampredi (275 and 375), then the 500 glorious F2 years. What followed was a brilliant 625, 553 Squalo and 555 Super Squalo for the years 1954-1955, which are outdated against Mercedes. In 1956, Lancia’s departure allowed Ferrari to reclaim engineers and equipment, the D50 with Vittorio Jano V8 engine giving Scuderia 3rd world title thanks to Fangio. It was just narrow, because in 1957, the Maserati and Vanwall took the acceptable Lancia-Ferrari named 801, but it is outdated. Maranello had to start anew with new foundations, which were made under the technical guidance of Carlo Chiti, who arrived in 1957. Under his airspace, this brilliant engineer had to change Ferrari’s conservative state, l.