||Enzo Ferrari born in Modena,
||Enzo Ferrari forms his
||Franco Cortese wins the Grand
Prix of Rome to record Ferrari's first race win.
||Jose Gonzalez records
Ferrari's first Formula One victory.
||Alberto Ascari wins the
Drivers' World Championship in a Ferrari.
||Ascari wins back-to-back
titles driving for the Modena-based team.
||Juan-Manuel Fangio wins World
Championship with Ferrari.
||Mike Hawthorn becomes the
third Ferrari driver to win the title.
||Phil Hill leads Ferrari to
the 'double' of both Drivers' and Constructors' titles.
||John Surtees takes the World
Championship in a Ferrari.
||Lowest-ever Ferrari score of
seven points achieved in Constructors' World Championship.
||Niki Lauda takes title in a
Ferrari ahead of Emerson Fittipaldi.
||Lauda repeats his success of
two years earlier.
||Jody Scheckter wins his only
World Championship driving a Ferrari.
||Ferrari win the last of their
eight World Constructors' Championships.
||Ferrari give double World
Champion Michael Schumacher a record $25 million two-year contract.
||Despite taking the
championship to the last race in Japan, Michael Schumacher is unable to deliver the title.
||Ferrari take the
Constructors' Championship in the last race but Eddie Irvine just fell short of a World
||Ferrari win an emotional
drivers' championship with Michael Schumacher - their first since 1979. They also retain
the constructors' crown, to position themselves as the best team in Formula1 for this
||Ferrari retain both their
constructors' and drivers' title for a second year running, after a dominant season which
saw them secure both trophies by the Hungarian GP.