This was the very first Ferrari F1 car, and makes the list by virtue of the fact that it introduced the iconic red livery to the sport. Sadly colour imagery wasn't yet widespread to do the car justice, but imagine it red.
Powered by a supercharged 1.5-litre V12, the car is positively stone age in comparison with modern cars. The 125 F1 used a steel tubular frame chassis and featured drum brakes all round.
It managed a couple of podiums in a solid first season, which was made up of a mere seven races – the current F1 paddock might appreciate a drop from the 21 races in the calendar at the moment.
None of the original three cars still exist, but there’s a replica 125 F1 built by the Italian marque that sits in the company’s museum at Maranello.