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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1957 - 1958
Numbers built:19
Designed by:Scaglietti
Successor:Ferrari 250 TR58
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 22, 2014
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Chassis 0714TR Piero Drogo was the first owner of this early pontoon fender 250 TR. He immediately made small modifications like adding cooling scoops for the rear brakes. At its debut Drogo raced the car to a strong fourth in the 1958 Buenos Aires 1000 km. After he raced his Ferrari a few>>>

Chassis 0716TR Chassis 0716TR was raced by factory drivers Luigi Musso and Olvier Gendebien in the 1958 Buenos Aires 1000 km race. An accident ended their race prematurely. The 250 TR was repaired back in Maranello and then sold to a Brazilian. He raced the car quite successfully in local >>>

Chassis 0718TR Completed late in 1957, it took almost two years before chassis 0718TR was first raced. Entered by John von Neumann, Pedro Rodriguez finally debuted the car in July of 1959. Later that year the subsequent owner, Gordon Glyer scored the car's first victory. In the mid 1960s t>>>

Chassis 0722TR The original Cuban owner raced chassis 0722TR in the 1958 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. He failed to finish the race and subsequently sold to the car to the United States, where most 250 TRs ended up. Here it was raced by 'Lucky' Casner in 1959 with some success. Its n>>>

Chassis 0724TR Acquired new by Ecurie Francorchamps, this 250 TR was completed in time for the start of the 1958 season. It was finished in Belgian racing yellow with a a deep red stripe. Chassis 0724TR was raced by Lucien Bianchi or Willy Mairesse at select events throughout the year. The>>>

Chassis 0736TR The second of a pair of 250 TRs acquired in 1958 by Belgium's Ferrari agent Jacques Swaters' Ecurie Francorchamps, chassis 0736TR was entered in the 24 Hours of Le Mans for 'Beurlys' and Alain de Changy. The pairing finished sixth overall and third in class. It continued to >>>

Chassis 0738TR Chassis 0738TR was sold new to Brazilian Jean-Louis Lacerda Soares. Entered under the Esquardari Largatixa banner, the 250 TR was raced for several seasons in South America. In the 1960s, it was rebodied by Piero Drogo as a 250 GTO look-alike. It was retrieved from Brazil in>>>

Chassis 0742TR Sold new to Finland, this 250 TR debuted at the 1958 Helsinki Grand Prix, finished in dark blue with white stripes. Driven by Curt Lincoln, it finished third overall at its debut. Lincoln raced the car all over Europe before returning the car to Ferrari for an overhaul at th>>>

Chassis 0748TR First sold to an Austrian amateur racer, 0748TR was involved in a big crash during the 1958 Nurburgring 1000 km race, killing driver Erwin Bauer. The wreck was sent back to Ferrari, who rebuilt the car and sold it to North America. It was raced again but with little success.>>>

Chassis 0752TR Through New York agent Liugi Chinetti, this 250 TR was sold new to Charles Hughes of Denver, Colorado. He entered the car during the 1958 season in SCCA events for Dan Collins, who was quite successful. It was later raced by Alex Budurin until the car was crashed late in 196>>>

Chassis 0754TR One of the very last 250 TRs built, chassis 0754TR was raced by first owner Jaroslav Juhan and Francois Picard in the 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans. An accident cut their race short. The car subsequently ended up in North America where it was raced with some success. It was bough>>>

Chassis 0756TR The penultimate pontoon-fender Ferrari 250 TR built, this example was sold directly to American privateer racer Dick Morgensen. He campaigned the car with considerable success in SCCA meetings from the end of 1958 through to the 1960 season, when he was still a regular winne>>>

Chassis 0758TR Finished in white, this is the very last of the pontoon-fender Ferrari 250 TRs produced. It was sold to Venezuela, where it arrived late in 1958. In the hands of Jose Miguel Gallia and Mauricio Marcotulli, it was a race winner straight out of the box. The car remained in the>>>

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