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Ferrari's 1.5L 1500cc 120-degree V6, turbo mid-engine, fitted on the title-winning 126C model
"...The next campaign Ferrari would go on to dominate the championship, despite Villeneuve's tragic death during the Belgian Grand Prix. Although failing to bring Didier Pironi his first world title, Ferrari became the first ever manufacturer to win a Formula One title on turbo power. By the end of 1982, the turbo engines would produce a power in the vicinity of 700 bhp. Nevertheless, the teams were still trying to tackle the negative aspects of using turbo units. On technical, twisty ..." Continue Reading →
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