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Driver(s) : Brian Redman, Arturo Merzario The Ferrari 312 PB was a Prototype race car, designed in Maranello to compete in endurance races. In 1972, this car won the World Championship for Makes, winning all races it took part to, including the Sebring 12 Hours. Ferrari didn't participate to the Le Mans 24 Hours. The car was powered by a 3 litres, 12 cylinders flat engine, the maximum limit ... Ferrari 312 PB #3 1973 - SLOTANDTARGAFLORIO Base Ferrari 312 PB de 1972 Slot it. A première vue pas beaucoup de modifications par rapport à la version 1972; en réalité un gros travail, assez difficile comme pour les deux prises d'air qui doivent correspondre au roll bar et le capot avant concave dont le raccordement aux ailes m'as pris du temps. AUTOARTS - Slotcarplace Ferrari 312 PB . History. In 1967 the Federation International d'Automobile changed the rules for sports car racing and left Ferrari's entire stable of prototypes obsolete.. After a year of only F1 racing, Ferrari announced they were coming back to sports car racing.Unfortunately, it left Ferrari at least a year behind in development work on any new car.