Ferrari is one of the most recognisable and prestigious marques with the famous prancing horse in their logo and the trademark Rosso Corsa. The first car produced by Ferrari was the 125 S which was a racing car, the first road car produced by the marque was the 166 Inter which entered the grand tourer market, a market which continues to make up Ferrari’s revenue in present times. The first mid-engined Ferrari was the Dino where the layout would go on to be used in most Ferraris from the 1980s to the 1990s. The V8 Ferraris (such as the 458, 360 and F355) make up over half of the marque’s vehicle production. Ferrari also produce 2+2 cars, such as the 612 and California, as well as hypercars like the Enzo and the F40. Ferrari are well known throughout the Formula One world where they are one of the most dominant and oldest teams in the sport, winning many World Drivers/Constructors Championship with the likes of Fangio and Schumacher at the wheel. Privateer teams have also used Ferraris in sports car racing, such as FIA GT.