Ferrari Dino 206P - Ferrari Dino 206P

Ferrari Dino 206P

The Ferrari Dino 206P was a racing car that the Scuderia Ferrari engineers developed for sports car racing in 1965.

Background and technology

The 206P was a converted 166P . The chassis 0834 received a 2-liter V6 engine with an output of 150 kW. The rest of the technique was as in 166P from Formula 1 - Ferrari 156 derived.

Racing history

The Dino 206P was mainly used in hill climbs. In 1965 Ludovico Scarfiotti drove the car in the European Hill Climb Championship and secured the championship in the sports car classification. When the World Sportscar Championship this year counting hillclimb Freiburg-Schauinsland won in Turin -born Italians with a lead of almost 2 seconds on the Porsche -Werksfahrer Gerhard Mitter , of the Porsche 904/8 Bergspyder drove [1] . At the Ollon-Villars hill climbcame the message from Scuderia Sant Ambroeus. Again Scarfiotti won before Mitter [2] .

In 1967 Jonathan Williams and Vittorio Venturi competed in the Targa Florio with the 0834 chassis and finished fourth overall [3] .


  • Pino Casamassima: History of the Scuderia Ferrari. Nada Editore, Vimodrome 1998, ISBN 88-7911-179-5 .
  • Peter Braun / Gregor Schulz: The great Ferrari manual. Heel, Königswinter 2006, ISBN 3-89880-501-8 .


Commons : Ferrari Dino 206P - album with pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Freiburg-Schauinsland hill climb 1965
  2. Bergrennen Ollon-Villars 1965
  3. Targa Florio 1967