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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1971 - 1973
Numbers built:12
Designed by:Mauro Forghieri
Predecessor:Ferrari 312 P Berlinetta
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:June 19, 2015
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Chassis 0880 This, the earliest surviving 312 PB was originally constructed in 1971 as chassis 0878. Halfway through the year it was renumbered to 0880. It was debuted during the Sebring 12 Hours by Mario Andretti and Jacky Ickx. The two highly talented drivers were let down by the car's>>>

Chassis 0882 One of the new cars built for the 1972 season, chassis 0882 scored two major wins that year. Jacky Ickx and Mario Andretti drove it to victory in the Sebring 12 Hours and shortly after Ickx was joined by Clay Regazzoni to record a win in the Monza 1000 km race. It was subseq>>>

Chassis 0888 In all of its contemporary outings, chassis 0888 was piloted by Jacky Ickx. The Belgian legend was joined by Mario Andretti, Brian Redman and Clay Regazzoni on one occasion. With Andretti, Ickx won at Daytona and Brands and with Redman, he took victories at Zeltweg, Monza an>>>

Chassis 0890 Chassis 0890 was debuted by Brian Redman and Clay Regazzoni during the Daytona 6 Hours race in February of 1972. Later in the year Arturo Merzario drove the car to its maiden victory at the Imola 500 km and 'Little Art' was joined by Regazzoni to win the Kyalami 9 Hours. In >>>

Chassis 0892 Built new for the 1972 season, chassis 0892 was first raced during the Daytona 6 Hours by Tim Schenken and Ronnie Peterson. They finished second behind the sister car driven by Jacky Ickx and Mario Andretti. That result was repeated by Carlos Pace and Arturo Merzario during >>>

Chassis 0894 The penultimate 312 PB produced, this chassis was first pressed into service at the 1972 Brands Hatch 1000 km where Ronnie Peterson and Tim Schenken placed 2nd overall. Raced well into the 1973 season, 0894 would finish second on three more occasions but an outright victory >>>

  Article Image gallery (124) Chassis (6) Specifications