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The 2004 Ferrari F2004 is one of the most dominant cars of all-time, taking 15 wins during the 18-race season. It was an evolution of the F2003-GA with a new gearbox, lower center of gravity, revised rear wing and suspension specifically designed to prolong the life of the tires. Powered by the Ferrari Tipo 053 V10 engine it was also extremely reliable, suffering only two retirements during the 2004 season.

The car was so competitive that a revised F2004M was used for the first two races of the 2005 season, taking a second-place in Melbourne.

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