The 1988 Ferrari season was Ferrari's 39th season as a constructor. In a McLaren-dominated season, they were the only team to beat the British constructor in a race, which came in Italy, after the death of team founder Enzo Ferrari.


Brazilian Grand PrixEdit

The distinctive red Ferrari's of Berger and Alboreto qualified for this race in fourth and sixth respectively. Berger set the fastest lap and finished second with Alboreto completing it in fifth, ensuring Ferrari would be immediate contenders for the Constructor's Championship.

San Marino Grand PrixEdit

Monaco Grand PrixEdit

Mexican Grand PrixEdit

Canadian Grand PrixEdit

Detroit Grand PrixEdit

French Grand PrixEdit

British Grand PrixEdit

German Grand PrixEdit

Hungarian Grand PrixEdit

Belgian Grand PrixEdit

Italian Grand PrixEdit

The race, which was held almost a month after the death of Enzo Ferrari, proved to be an emotional affair for Ferrari. After the McLaren drivers filled the front row, they were set on having a perfect season and winning every race. However, it went the way of Ferrari. Alain Prost had retired early on in the race, and Ayrton Senna collided with Williams-Judd driver Jean-Louis Schlesser, enabling Gerhard Berger to win Ferrari's first race of the year as a fitting tribute to Enzo.

Portuguese Grand PrixEdit

Spanish Grand PrixEdit

Japanese Grand PrixEdit

Australian Grand PrixEdit