At the Casa Enzo Ferrari museum in Modena, on the occasion of the exhibition called “Grand Prix: the F.1 Championship’s single-seaters”, even the Minardi PS04B was put on display. That is the car with which the Minardi Team took part in the 2005 F.1 World Championship’s first races, before the PS05 made its debut. The PS05 was the Faenza based team’s 21st car which was driven by Patrick Friersacher, Robert Doornbos and Christijan Albers during the last GP the Italian team took part in at the Bahrein International Circuit.
Designed by Gabriele Tredozi, a brilliant engineer, the PS04B can be seen inside the exhibition hall. The exhibition’s goal is to celebrate 40 years of passion and speed, through an innovative path which is meaningful from a cultural and sporting perspective. The exhibition hosts real masterpieces of the motorsport engineering and makes visitors experience an unordinary GP, where some of the F.1 history’s best cars and drivers seem to challenge each other again.
The Minardi PS04B, which is now owned by Mr. Tredozi, is surrounded by legendary cars which excited thousands of race enthusiasts, such as the Ferrari 312 T driven by Niki Lauda in the 1975 F.1 world Championship, the Williams driven by the unforgettable Ayrton Senna and the McLaren MP 4/4 with which Senna and Prost won 15 GP out of 16 in the 1988 F.1 championship. The exhibition, which takes place inside the futuristic yellow “hood” which surrounds Enzo Ferrari’s birthplace, will be open until January 28th 2014.