|Engine(s)||1. The automotive industry is the industry involved in the design development manufacture marketing and sale of Motor vehicles In 2007 more than 73 million motor vehicles Ferrari SpA is an Italian Sports car manufacturer based in Maranello, Italy Car classification is subjective since many vehicles fall into multiple categories or do not fit well into any Cars can come in a large variety of different body styles. Some are still in production while others are of historical interest only Auto racing (also known as automobile racing, motor racing or car racing) is a Motorsport involving Racing Cars It 477 litre Dino Type 156 120º V 6 2 valves per cylinder DOHC|
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The Ferrari 156 was a racecar made by Ferrari in 1961 to comply with then-new F1 regulations that lowered engine displacement from 2. Carlo Chiti ( December 19 1924 - July 7 1994) was an Italian racing car and engine designer Auto racing (also known as automobile racing, motor racing or car racing) is a Motorsport involving Racing Cars It Scuderia Ferrari is the name for the Gestione Sportiva the division of the Ferrari automobile company concerned with racing 5 to 1. 5 litres, similar to the pre-1961 F2 class for which Ferrari had developed a mid-engined car also called 156. It used the V6 engine named Dino after Enzo Ferrari's late son. Bore and stoke were 73. 0 x 58. 8 mm with a displacement of 1,476. 60 cc and claimed 190 PS at 9,500 rpm.
It is one of the most iconic racecar shapes and one of the most distinctive of all Ferraris. Phil Hill won his only Formula One Driver's World Championship in it and the car also secured Ferrari their first Formula One World Constructor's Championship. Philip Toll Hill Jr, ( April 20, 1927 &ndash August 28, 2008) was a United States automobile racer and the only American-born The Formula One World Drivers' Championship (WDC is awarded by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile ( FIA) to the most successful Formula One By season
The 1961 version was affectionately dubbed "sharknose" due to its characteristic air intake "nostrils". Unfortunately, then-Ferrari factory policy inevitably saw all the remaining sharknose 156s scrapped by the end of the 1963 season. Nevertheless such a F 156 is exhibited in the "Galleria Ferrari" at Maranello, probably a replica.
A similar intake duct styling was applied over forty years later to the Ferrari F430. Overview The F430's chassis is heavily based on its predecessor the 360
The updated Ferrari 156, used in the 1963 season, did not feature the distinctive sharknose design but had a rather conventional intake, somewhat larger than Ferrari 158 introduced in 1964.
On September 10, 1961, after a collision with Jim Clark's Lotus on the second lap of the Italian Grand Prix, Wolfgang von Trips' (Hill's teammate) 156 became airborne and crashed into a side barrier, fatally throwing him from the car, and killing fourteen spectators. Jim (or Jimmy) Clark OBE ( 4 March, 1936 &ndash 7 April, 1968) was a Scottish Formula One 1950s Colin Chapman established Lotus Engineering Ltd in 1952 at Hornsey, UK. The 1961 Italian Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on 10 September 1961 at Monza.
Phil Hill 1962 at the Nürburgring