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Surprised to see Luca di Montezemolo's assertion that "a V6 engine is not part of Ferrari tradition". Sure, it's not the most enormous part of Ferrari tradition, but it's still most definitely a part. The first engine in the long line of Ferrari motors to be called a Dino was a V6, and you surely can't be more a part of Ferrari tradition than being an engine called a Dino - and at the head of that tradition too. And that's not all - the Dino V6 was the engine in the back of the legendary Sharknose 156 which took Phil Hill to the world title (and took the scuderia to its first constructors' title) in 1961.