Five favourites Ferrari 126C2 Year: 1982
This was Ferrari’s first full monocoque car, and it was much more reliable than the previous offering from the prancing horse, the 126CK. It was the weapon for 1982, which would be one of the most tempestuous in the team’s history, with the death of Gilles Villeneuve and the career-ending injury to Didier Pironi. Designed by Harvey Postlethwaite, the car pushed out 650bhp in qualifying and 600bhp in the races from the 120 degree V6. It won three races over the year and enabled Ferrari to win the constructors’ title.