1976 Ferrari 312 T2
After revised aerodynamic rules for 1976 prohibited intakes placed behind the cockpit, Ferrari designed the 312 T2 with side-mounted air intakes, each of which channeled air into a separate cylinder bank of its V-12 engine. Driven by Niki Lauda, this T2 won both the Belgian and Monaco Grands Prix in 1976. A slightly more developed version of the T2 was campaigned in the 1977 season, during which it contributed to Ferrari earning its second and third consecutive Constructor’s Championships.
Collection of Chris Macallister