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This car is seen as by Ferrari fans as one of the ‘golden era’ vehicles in the history of the Italian manufacturer. The Ferrari 312 T was a series of evolutionary steps that took Ferrari from midway through the 1975 season until it eventually became uncompetitive in 1980.

Originally designed in 1974 and launched after the season it took six wins, a drivers title, and a constructors championship in 1975. Then, three more wins in 1976 before the introduction of the 312 T2 configuration that would bring another eight wins and two more constructors titles the following two years, along with a remarkable comeback drivers title for Niki Lauda in 1977. The 1978-1979 Ferrari 312 T3 and T4 took 10 more wins, a drivers title for Jody Scheckter and another constructors title in 1979.

Ferrari 312 T2 (1976) configuration included with F1 2018 as historic content.

Ferrari 312 T2 (1976) configuration included with F1 2019 as historic content.

Ferrari 312 T4 (1979) configuration included with F1 2019 as historic content.

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