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Car - Ferrari 312 1967 - 20 Chris Amon - Modèle 3D

Car - Ferrari 312 1967 - 20 Chris Amon Modèle 3D

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Car - Ferrari 312 1967 - 20 Chris Amon Modèle 3D

The 3D model was created on real car base. It’s created accurately, in real units of measurement, qualitatively and maximally close to the original.

About model : - saves UV mapping coordinates - formats fbx and obj - includes high poly interior - high poly exterior - includes all textures in PNG

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*.max (3ds Max 2008 scanline) *.obj (Multi Format) *.3ds (Multi Format) *.ABC (Alambic) *.FLT -.DWF If you need any other formats we are more than happy to make them for you.

Ferrari 312

Ferrari 312 is the designation of formula cars equipped with a V-12 engine of three liters of capacity (hence the name 312) lined up by the Italian team in the world championship of Formula 1 between 1966 and 1969. This is the first version of a Ferrari Formula 1 series that was going to be called 312 and was the answer that Ferrari scuderia to a modification of the regulations applicable from 1966.

The frame and suspension of the 312 were taken from the last Formula 1 1.5 liter, the Ferrari 1512, whose 12-cylinder flat was replaced by the classic V12 60 ° Ferrari 275 P. However, it was necessary to reduce its displacement of 3.3 liters to bring it back to 3 liters. By this operation the engine had again 250 cm3 per cylinder, as for the Ferrari 250 P, but it was decided to call it 312 in the continuation of the previous engines of formula 1. The engine was rather heavy and, because of the decreased its engine capacity, developed less power and torque than the 275. Its power was about 330 hp.

Season 1966 In Monaco, John Surtees, who was driving the new 312, was forced to retire while Lorenzo Bandini brought back the Ferrari 246 that he had chosen to use in second place. Surtees however won the next race at Francorchamps, which was badly disturbed by the rain. Shortly after, disagreeing with Eugenio Dragoni, race director of the scuderia, Surtees left Ferrari to join Cooper-Maserati on behalf of which he would win the last grand prize of the season. Surtees was replaced by Mike Parkes.

Ferrari focused more on Formula 1 but could not make up for the backlog at Brabham despite a 1-2 finish by Scarfiotti and Parkes at Monza. The team finished second in the constructors' championship behind Brabham.

Season 1967 In view of the 1967 season, the chassis was upgraded to a combination of tubular and monocoque chassis, without the weight of the car being reduced from 550 kg to 500 kg. The engine was modified by the adoption of a structure with three valves per cylinder, which allowed to increase its power from 360 to 390 hp. The two cars entered were entrusted to Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon. Eugenio Dragoni was replaced by Franco Lini.

The season started badly for Ferrari since at the second grand prix disputed in Monaco, Bandini was the victim of a serious accident which caused him burns to which he was not going to survive. A variant with an elongated frame at the height of Mike Parkes was lined up in competition, but a few weeks later at Francorchamps Parkes was the victim of an accident that would mark the end of his career in F1. Ferrari won no victory and only Chris Amon was able to bring back points to the team that finished fifth in the constructors' championship. In addition, that year saw the appearance of the Ford Cosworth DFV engine that would dominate formula 1 over the next fifteen years.

Season 1968

Jacky Ickx at the 1968 Dutch Grand Prix. Due to a change in the sport-prototyping regulations, Ferrari decided not to line up cars in this category and could therefore focus entirely on Formula 1. Further modifications of the chassis and engine had led to the weight of the car near the minimum threshold. After the appearance of a wing on the Lotus 49 in Monaco, the 312 was equipped above the engine with a flap maneuverable by the pilot. Jacky Ickx wins the Grand Prix de France in Rouen thanks to his skill in the rain. It was Ferrari's first victory in almost two years and the scuderia would have to wait almost as long before recording the next one. At the end of the championship, Ickx would be fourth while Ferrari had the same ranking at the constructors.

Season 1969 In the summer of 1968, Enzo Ferrari sold half of his business to Fiat and wanted to restructure the scuderia. With race director Franco Lini having left and Ickx having left Ferrari for Brabham, Ferrari only scored 312 in the hands of Chris Amon. The firm also dedicates part of its resources to the development of a new sports-prototype car based on the 312, the 312 P. The chassis of the 312 F1 was slightly modified and the engine was increased to a power of 430 hp. The last season in Formula 1 of the 312, where the aerodynamic appendages were going to play a big role, ended in failure. Amon only ended on rare occasions and he finished on the podium only at the grand prix of the Netherlands. Frustrated by the lack of results, he left the team during the season and was replaced without success by Pedro Rodríguez de la Vega. The Ferrari 312 competed for its last grand prix in Mexico on October 19, 1969.

Ferrari finished in last place in the constructor championship. Unlike its UK competitors, who used the Cosworth V8 and had the support of sponsors whose colors they wore, Ferrari consistently rejected this innovation and kept the classic rosso corsa livery for its racing cars. The sale of part of its assets nevertheless enabled Enzo Ferrari to find new financial means for future developments. The 312 Ferrari estate was powered by the 312 B, which was equipped with a 12-cylinder flat engine that would allow the scuderia to return to success both in Formula 1 and sport-prototypes


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