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Ferrari – Year By Year Timeline

2018


In 2018, Ferrari produced the fastest car on the grid. However, Mercedes managed to show that their car was better than Ferrari.

2016


The team finds themselves unable to compete with Mercedes or Red Bull.

2015


Vettel – a German four-time Formula One World Champion, achieved the target of three Grand Prix wins.

2014


Team rankings dropped to fourth, not able to win the Championship for the first time since 1993. Alonso and Raikkonen F14 T proves to be uncompetitive in the championship.  



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2013


It was a stronger start in recent years. Spaniard wins a championship in China as well as Spain but got hurt due to tire burst. His injury dropped team’s ranking to third overall behind RBR and Mercedes.
  

2012


F1 performance improves rapidly in hands of Alonso.  

2011


It was a slow start, struggling with new Pirelli tires and trailing McLaren and Red Bull. However, performance steadily improves, Alson victory at Silverstone, keep him in the title hunt for longer than expected.

2009


Massa's life-threatening accident.

2008


Ferrari beats McLaren by 21 points.

2007


McLaren found guilty of possessing Ferrari’s confidential data.

2005


Struggle with new regulations. Achieved victory at seven podiums, including one at Indianapolis. Ferrari ranked third in constructors' standings.

2004


Michael Schumacher 13 victories lead him to number seven in the championship.

2003


Ferrari bagged 5th successive constructors' title, with Michael Schumacher. He was the first man to take six drivers' crowns in the history of Formula 1.

2000-2002


Ferrari’s team was on cloud nine, after grabbing both drivers' and constructors' titles three years in a row.


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1999


Michael Schumacher crashed his Ferrari at the British Grand Prix and suffered a broken leg.  

1983


Ferrari won constructors’ championship for the eighth time.

1979


Jody Scheckter bags the drivers' championship.

1975-1977


Niki Lauda wins 1975 drivers’ championship and leads 1976 championship battle. He meets a horrific accident in 1976 battle and returns in 1977.

1964


A former world motorcycle champion, John Surtees wins the driver’s crown.   He is the only man to accomplish the feat on two as well as four wheels.

1961


Ferrari enters the double of drivers' and constructors' championships because of Phil Hill.

1958


In this year, Mike Hawthorn was the third Ferrari driver to win the drivers' championship.

1956


Juan Manuel Fangio wins his fourth drivers' championship.

1952


Ferrari member, Alberto Ascari won first of two back-to-back drivers' championships.

1951


Ferrari records its first victory at the British Grand Prix.


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