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1996 was the year Damon Hill snatched the World Championship title at the last race of the season in Suzuka, Japan. Williams cars outclassed the opposition as their rivals suffered teething problems.
Ferrari were no exception, having opted to replace their 1995 V12 engine with a V10. The car's main Achilles heel was gearbox failure. This did not, however, prevent Michael Schumacher from wrestling the car to four pole positions and three wins. During the Spanish Grand Prix, he drove probably his finest race through the torrential rain that forced two-thirds of the chasing pack to retire. Schumacher finished third and Ferrari second in the Drivers' and Constructors' Championships respectively.
|Output||700hp @ 17,000rpm|
|Price new||Not marketed|
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