Ferrari 312T
Ferrari 312T (Reggazzoni)
Some attributes
Year 1975
Propulsion RWD
Weight 606 kg
Power 495 bhp
Torque 308 Nm
Top Speed 320 km/h
Acceleration 0-100
Weight/Power Ratio 1.22 kg/cv
Transmission Dogleg-H
Versions F1
Download link
Part of the original game
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Description Edit

1975. The year of the 312 T, where the T stood for the transversal gearbox, in a 90-degree angle to the engine. This solution led to a compact engine and an improved weight distribution and a very fast and agile car, but also quite nervous and difficult to drive to the limit.

After 11 years the Scuderia regained the Drivers’ Title with Niki Lauda, thanks to his 5 wins, 8 places on the podium, 9 pole positions and 12 times in the points in 14 races.

The Constructors’ Title was won thanks to the contribution of Clay Regazzoni, who won the Italian GP. This was the end of the domination by V8s with the first V12-cylinder winning the Championship with almost 500bhp.

Liveries included Edit

  • Scuderia Ferrari
  • Niki Lauda
  • Clay Reggazzoni
  • France #2
  • UK #3
  • Belgium #4
  • Germany #5
  • Finland #6

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