Ferrari’s most recent constructor’s title to date came in 2008, when Felipe Massa lost the driver’s title in the final turn of the season-ending Brazilian GP when Lewis Hamilton passed Timo Glock. Massa and teammate Kimi Raikkonen won eight races between them in the Ferrari F2008 that year.
9. Ferrari 641
Considered one of the best-looking F1 cars of all time, Alain Prost and Nigel Mansell won six races between them during the 1990 F1 season with the Ferrari 641.
8. Ferrari 158
John Surtees became the only racer to win the World Championship on two wheels and four when he won the 1964 title behind the wheel of the Ferrari 158.
7. Ferrari 126C
Cars from the Ferrari 126C series gave the Italian team the constructor’s title in 1982 and 1983, and gave Gilles Villeneuve the last two of his six career wins.
6. Ferrari 156
For 1961, F1’s new regulations reduced engine displacement from 2.5 to 1.5 liters. Ferrari’s 156 helped get Phil Hill his only World Championship.
5. Ferrari Dino 246
The Ferrari Dino 246 was the first V6-powered car to win a Grand Prix and, in 1960, the last front-engined F1 car to win a Grand Prix. Mike Hawthorn became Great Britain’s first World Champion behind the wheel of the Ferrari Dino 246 in 1958.
4. Ferrari 500
Alberto Ascari won the World Championship in back-to-back seasons behind the wheel of the Ferrari 500 in 1952 and 1953.
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3. Ferrari F2002
During the Michael Schumacher/Ferrari era, the Ferrari F2002 won every race it was used in during the 2002 season, bar Monaco, and even picked up a win at the 2003 San Marino Grand Prix.
2. Ferrari 312T
Cars from the Ferrari 312T series won the constructor’s championship each year from 1975 to 1979, with the exception of 1978 where the revolutionary Lotus 78 gave Colin Chapman’s team the title.
1. Ferrari F2004
Michael Schumacher won 12 out of 13 races to open the 2004 season behind the wheel of the Ferrari F2004. The car set multiple lap records, several of which remain to this day.