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The Ferrari F310 (codenamed Ferrari 648) was a car designed by Ferrari for the 1996 and 1997 Formula One seasons. It was driven by 1995 World Champion Michael Schumacher and Jordan driver Eddie Irvine.

F310Edit

The name F310 refers to the engine type: a 3 litre and 10 cylinder (V10) Ferrari engine. The team had to use parts from the 1995 Ferrari 412T2, especially the low nose. At the Canadian Grand Prix, Ferrari eventually adopted the high nose for the F310.

The F310 was proven to be a front-running car, but without the outright pace and superb reliability, which led to the Williams FW18 dominating the entire 1996 season. Michael Schumacher secured three Grand Prix wins, but Eddie Irvine had a run of eight consecutive retirements from Spain to Italy.

F310BEdit

For the 1997 season, the F310 was updated to a B-spec version of the car, called the Ferrari F310B.

Race VictoriesEdit

Year Event Driver Notes
1996 Spanish Grand Prix Michael Schumacher
1996 Belgian Grand Prix
1996 Italian Grand Prix Ferrari's first win on their home Grand Prix since 1988.
1997 Monaco Grand Prix
1997 Canadian Grand Prix
1997 French Grand Prix Pole, fastest lap and win
1997 Belgian Grand Prix
1997 Japanese Grand Prix

Complete Formula One ResultsEdit

Complete Formula One results
YearDriverTyre1234567891011121314151617PtsPos
1996 Flag of Australia Flag of Brazil Flag of Argentina Flag of Europe Flag of San Marino Flag of Monaco Flag of Spain Flag of Canada Flag of France Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Portugal Flag of Japan 70 2nd
Germany Schumacher G Ret3rdRet2nd2ndRet1stRetDNSRet4th9th1st1st3rd2nd
United Kingdom Irvine3rd7th5thRet4th7thRetRetRetRetRetRetRetRet5thRet
1997 Flag of Australia Flag of Brazil Flag of Argentina Flag of San Marino Flag of Monaco Flag of Spain Flag of Canada Flag of France Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Austria Flag of Luxembourg Flag of Japan Flag of Europe 102 2nd
Germany Schumacher G 2nd5thRet2nd1st4th1st1stRet2nd4th1st6th6thRet1stRet
United Kingdom IrvineRet16th2nd3rd3rd12thRet3rdRetRet9th10th8thRetRet3rd5th

TriviaEdit

  • The F310 is featured in the F1 2013 video game.

NotesEdit

Succession
FerrariLogo Ferrari cars
Predecessor
Ferrari 412T2
Ferrari F310 Successor
Ferrari F300
V T E FerrariLogo Scuderia Ferrari
Drivers
5. Germany Sebastian Vettel · 7. Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Personnel
Sergio Marchionne · Maurizio Arrivabene · James Allison · Jock Clear
World Champions
Italy Alberto Ascari (1952, 1953) · Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio (1956) · United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn (1958) · United States Phil Hill (1961) · United Kingdom John Surtees (1964) · Austria Niki Lauda (1975, 1977) · South Africa Jody Scheckter (1979) · Germany Michael Schumacher (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004) · Finland Kimi Räikkönen (2007)
Cars
125 · 275 · 340 · 625 · D50 · 246 · 256 · 312 · 312B · 156 · F1/86 · F1/87 · F1-2000 · F2001 · F2002 · F2003-GA · F2004 · F2005 · 248 F1 · F2007 · F2008 · F60 · F10 · 150° Italia · F2012 · F138 · F14 T · SF15-T · SF16-H · SF70H · more...
V T E 1996 Formula One Season
Teams Ferrari • Benetton • Williams • McLaren • Ligier • Jordan • Sauber • Footwork • Tyrrell • Minardi • Forti
Engines Ferrari • Ford • Hart • Mercedes • Mugen-Honda • Peugeot • Renault • Yamaha
Drivers M. Schumacher • 2 Irvine • 3 Alesi • 4 Berger • 5 Hill • 6 Villeneuve • 7 Häkkinen • 8 Coulthard • 9 Panis • 10 Diniz • 11 Barrichello • 12 Brundle • 14 Herbert • 15 Frentzen • 16 Rosset • 17 Verstappen • 18 Katayama • 19 Salo • 20 Lamy • 21 Fisichella • 21 Marques • 21 Lavaggi • 22 Badoer • 23 Montermini
Other Drivers Magnussen • Mansell • McNish • Prost • R. Schumacher • Tuero
Cars Ferrari F310 • Benetton B196 • Williams FW18 • McLaren MP4/11 • Ligier JS43 • Jordan 196 • Sauber C15 • Footwork FA17 • Tyrrell 024 • Minardi 195B • Forti FG01B • Forti FG03
Tyres Goodyear
Races Australia • Brazil • Argentina • Europe • San Marino • Monaco • Spain • Canada • France • Britain • Germany • Hungary • Belgium • Italy • Portugal • Japan
See also 1995 Formula One Season • 1997 Formula One Season • Category
V T E 1997 Formula One Season
Teams Arrows • Williams • Ferrari • Benetton • McLaren • Jordan • Prost • Sauber • Tyrrell • Minardi • Stewart • Lola
Engines Ferrari • Ford • Hart • Mercedes • Mugen-Honda • Petronas • Peugeot • Renault • Yamaha
Drivers Hill • 2 Diniz • 3 Villeneuve • 4 Frentzen • 5 M. Schumacher • 6 Irvine • 7 Alesi • 8 Berger • 8 Wurz • 9 Häkkinen • 10 Coulthard • 11 R. Schumacher • 12 Fisichella • 14 Panis • 14 Trulli • 15 Nakano • 16 Herbert • 17 Larini • 17 Morbidelli • 17 Fontana • 18 Verstappen • 19 Salo • 20 Katayama • 21 Trulli • 21 Marques • 22 Barrichello • 23 Magnussen • 24 Sospiri • 25 Rosset
Other Drivers Badoer • Brundle • Montermini • Montoya • Takagi • Tuero
Cars Williams FW19 • Ferrari F310B • Benetton B197 • McLaren MP4/12 • Jordan 197 • Prost JS45 • Sauber C16 • Arrows A18 • Stewart SF01 • Tyrrell 025 • Minardi M197 • Lola T97/30
Tyres Goodyear • Bridgestone
Races Australia • Brazil • Argentina • San Marino • Monaco • Spain • Canada • France • Britain • Germany • Hungary • Belgium • Italy • Austria • Luxembourg • Japan • Europe
See also 1996 Formula One Season • 1998 Formula One Season • Category

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