Pat Fry and James Allison may be at the top of the Ferrari technical tree today, but they aren't the first Brits to whom the Scuderia has turned for engineering expertise.
Even before John Barnard and his Surrey skunkworks in the late 1980s and Harvey Postlethwaite at the start of that decade, the Italians had swallowed their pride and looked north.
Forty years ago, they sought manufacturing rather than design capability, which is why the monocoques of Ferrari's 1973 Formula 1 challenger should have been stamped with 'Made in Britain'.
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