After taking over the D50 project from Lancia, Enzo Ferrari was busy turning the newly-acquired race car into a “trump card,” and Scuderia Ferrari was heading for a very successful season in 1956. Both Juan Manuel Fangio and Peter Collins opted to use this long-nose version D50 for the German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring. They would switch back to the short-nose version for the last race of the season in Monza, Italy.


Available as No. 1 - Collins or No. 2 - Fangio, both raced in the 1956 German GP

Ferrari D50 Long Nose