Berger gets back in his last Ferrari at Mugello

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Ferrari brought a selection of their classic F1 cars to their world final event at Mugello this weekend.

Gerhard Berger was re-acquainted with the last Ferrari he raced in F1 – the team’s final V12-engined car, the 1995 412T2.

Among the other retro Ferraris in action was a mid-seventies-vintage 312T and the team’s last turbo-powered car, the F1/87-88C of 1988.

Reserve drivers Giancarlo Fisichella and Marc Gene were on hand to demonstrate some of the more recent machinery.

Here are pictures of some of the cars from the Finali Mondiali:

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41 comments on Berger gets back in his last Ferrari at Mugello

  1. JerseyF1 (@jerseyf1) said on 7th November 2011, 9:18

    Fisichella really is the perfect man for this job; he has the knowledge required to drive an F1 car, but isn’t likely to drive it fast enough to carry any risk of actually damaging the cars.

    The 412T2 is a beauty, but so is the F2002 and it had the success to match its good looks too.

    • The Last Pope (@the-last-pope) said on 7th November 2011, 16:11

      Spa 2009 ??? Fisi still has the speed and if he needed to step in again for one of the drivers, he’d be much more used to the ferrari controls this time. I wouldn’t be suprised if he was faster than Massa.

  2. Fixy (@fixy) said on 7th November 2011, 16:19

    As this picture shows, if you paint the F10 and the F2008 in the same livery they look pretty similar.
    I have to say the F2008 looks great both in its original and 2011 livery. In 2009, the 2009-spec cars looked ugly in my opinion.
    By mid-2009, the 2009-spec cars looked good and the pre-2009-spec cars looked ugly.
    Now I happily saw pictures of 2007/2008 cars and I have to say they’re wonderful. The Ferraris from 2007 to 2010 are spectacular!

    • Fixy (@fixy) said on 7th November 2011, 16:20

      Also, Fisichella is using his 2010 helmet (an RF1, not an SF1 as Gené is wearing), with Marlboro barcodes and the Etihad logo covered, and with the Scuderia’s 2011 logo.

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