With the new year came new rules,
all teams forced to change to 1.5 litre formula,
Ferrari went in with the 'shark nose',
having decided to sacrifice most of the previous season.
Armed with Hill, Von Trips and Ginther,
Ferrari fired at Monaco only to be left beaten by Moss.
Von Trips's win at Zandvoort put things back in order,
followed with a 1-4 at Spa adding to the gloss.
France was a race to forget for the Italian Marquee,
the race being won by a jubilant Giancarlo Baghetti.
Ferrari were back in their elements with a 1-2-3 at Britain,
Von Trips leading the train despite one of nature's elements: rain
Moss again took top spot at Nurburgring,
once again followed by the now common Ferrari duo.
Going into the penultimate race at Monza,
the title fight was primarily between Hill and Von Trips.
Hill went on to win the title by winning the race,
but it also saw the end of the German ace.
The tangle between Clark and Von Trips lead to ensure,
there were 13 less to join in what would have been celebration.
With championship all but concluded,
Ferrari decided US could be avoided,
Moss and Brabham battled initially for the lead,
while Ireland took the win once they both retired.