Last week we brought you Cutaway Drawings of Ferrari’s road and race cars. Today we would like to highlight specifically Ferrari’s Formula 1 cars from 1948 to 2004. The majority of years are covered, and if you scroll over each of them you will be able to see each picture’s titles on the bottom left of your computer screen. Enjoy.
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We would like to introduce you to a new segment here at CarBuildIndex.com, titled Cutaway Drawings. Please find our first installment featuring Ferrari as the marque on the following page, including everything from street to race cars from Ferrari’s early years all the way to modern day. Each picture has been labeled, so if you scroll over each of them you will be able to see their titles on the bottom left of your computer screen. We put them in chronological order so the road cars could be viewed with the race cars of the same era. We hope you enjoy it and watch out for an upcoming Part 2 to this post featuring a more comprehensive viewing of Ferrari’s Formula 1 cars throughout their glorious competitive history. Until then…
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As promised from this last weekend’s previous 2 part profile of Shin Yoshikawa and Studio Time Capsule, we now bring to you his incredibly talented cutaway drawings on the following page, along with details on how to order your own prints, too. Information on his book about the Toyota 2000GT, which he is an expert of, is included as well. After looking at his amazing sketches, it appears that he is an expert in far more than just that one model of car. We are on a Shin high at the moment ourselves, and plan on ordering one of each of his limited edition t-shirts before they run out. Find examples of his intricately detailed artwork on the following page…
The Sauber Formula 1 team created the following video to show the inner workings of their 2013 F1 race car by actually dissecting it right down the center. Watch as Chief Designer Matt Morris gives a walk around briefing with the race machine’s guts exposed in all it’s glory.
Continue on the next page for a brilliant “interactive” video from Sauber F1 which goes into much more involved detail.