From the archives: Last of the Italian stallions

From the archives: Last of the Italian stallions

Incredibly it's as long ago as 1985 since an Italian last won a grand prix in a Ferrari, when Michele Alboreto triumphed over Alain Prost in the German Grand at the Nurburgring. We bring you that race report from the archives.

It's been 15 years since an Italian raced for the Scuderia in a round of the Formula 1 world championship. On that occasion, at Imola in 1994, Nicola Larini finished second standing in for the injured Jean Alesi. No one cared that much however, for sadder events had unfolded through that weekend.

So as we prepare for Luca Badoer to become the 24th Italian to race for the Scuderia in Formula 1, we thought we'd dig through our archives and share with you the race report from the last time one won in a Ferrari.

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