There are no details as to what car was used in 1968, there were no top six results recorded in any race of note.
A new car was introduced for 1969, it featured a fashionable wedge shape (in fact it was nicknamed “Cuneo” meaning a wedge). The rather spindly suspension was outboard with a very unusual looking top wishbone and anti rollbar. The radiator really was rear mounted, it was sited above the gearbox which presumably gave a very heavy rearward weight bias. Once again no results were achieved despite being driven by the experienced Giorgio Pianta and this seems to have been the last F3 Bellasi produced.
1966 Giuglielmo Bellasi.
1967 Alessandro Angeleri, Giuglielmo Bellasi.
1968 Alessandro Angeleri, Giuglielmo Bellasi, Franco Conti, Giuseppe Mariella, Luigi Petri.
1969 Giorgio Pianta.