F1, some of the most beautiful Ferraris in history

A few days ago the new Ferrari SF-23, the single-seater that will run in the Formula 1 world championship from the weekend of March 5-7 in Bahrain, was unveiled in Fiorano. The Cavallino Rampante has become an iconic brand in the racing world both for its successes but also for its extremely beautiful and refined models.

Some historic single-seaters from Ferrari are still among the most expensive cars in the world, and a rare commodity for the most avid and wealthy collectors.

In the wake of the Ferrari presentation, we tried to think about what might be some of the most iconic models in history.

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Ferrari 641/2 V12 (1990)
The Frenchman Alain Prost drives the Ferrari 641/2 V12 number 1 during the Hungarian Grand Prix on August 12, 1990 at the Hungaroring, circuit in Budapest, Hungary.
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Ferrari Dino 246
Peter Collins, Englishman, won the British Grand Prix driving the Ferrari Dino 246 number 1 of Scuderia Ferrari, on July 19, 1958 at Silverstone.
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Ferrari F92A (1992)
The italian Ivan Capelli drives the Ferrari F92A  number 28 during practice for the July 4, 1992 French Grand Prix on the Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours a Magny Cours.
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Ferrari 312 3.0 V12 (1966)
John Surtees drives the Ferrari 312 3.0 V12 number 4 during XVIII BRDC International Trophy Race on May 14, 1966 on the Silverstone circuit in Towcester, Great Britain.
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Ferrari 312T2 (1977)
Niki Lauda drives the Scuderia's Ferrari 312T2 number 11 during the Monaco Grand Prix on May 22, 1977 on the streets of the Principality of Monaco in Monte Carlo.
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Ferrari F2004 (2004)
The driver of Ferrari, the German world champion Michael Schumacher, seen behind the wheel of his new Formula 1 Ferrari F2004 during testing at the Imola racetrack on Feb. 24, 2004.
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Ferrari F2001 (2001)
General view of the Ferrari single-seater for the 2001 season, during the press conference to launch the new Formula 1 Ferrari F2001 in Fiorano, Italy.
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Ferrari 156 (1961)
Richie Ginther drives his Ferrari 156 on the Dutch circuit in Zandvoort.
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