Ferrari Formula 1 cars have been competing in Grand Prix races since the early post war period. In this book, Jonathan Thompson presents the fascinating variety of Formula 1 (and some Formula 2) machinery fielded by Scuderia Ferrari in 29 seasons of competition, from the first supercharged 125 Fl cars of 1948, to the 312 T2 cars which contested the 1976 World Championship in the capable hands of Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni, via the front and rear engined V6 Dino’s. There is also coverage of the 1954-1957 Lancia D50. A fine selection of over 400 photographs, including 16 in full colour, documents every type of single-seat Ferrari built, plus all significant detail modifications and many obscure versions which were tested but never raced. This car by car, race by race coverage from the world's foremost photographers including Geoff Goddard is backed up by a wealth of technical and historical information, including specifications, competition performances and over 20 scale drawings by the author.