• Cavallino magazine 185


  • Publisher: John W. Barnes, Jr.
  • American English American English
  • softcover, 208 x 277, 64 pages
  • ISSN 0889-2504

On the cover the Ferrari 212 Export Berlinetta, s/n 0092E, photographed at Villa d'Este  Marcel Massini

The Journal of Ferrari History




What we have in this issue number 185



Letters of note from your fellow readers.


From driver to team manager

Peter Schetty's four years at Ferrari

When one has the choice between two promising futures, it is not always easy to choose. To pursue the family business or to live his passion for motor racing, such was the dilemma which confronted the Swiss Peter Schetty. He had finally the opportunity to do both, one after the other ...

Arnaud Blanfuney  The Klemantaski Collection


The Ferrari of Grand Prix Champions

The extraordinary tale of a special Ferrari 212 Export Berlinetta, s/n 0092 E

"Although no one could have known it at the time, Vignale and Michelotti were nearing the top of their game when they came up with the lines for s/n 0092 E."

Alan Boe  Jerry Wyszatycki, Marcel Massini


Some good placing revive the team

Formula One

The team struggles to stay on pace, with new upgrades bringing them even closer to the front ranks again. One of the main catalysts has been Fernando Alonso himself, who is ever upbeat and positive, spurring the team on, both in public and in private.

Keith Bluemel


GT Class wins prove difficult but achievable

American Le Mans Series

Sponsorship is still a drag on the performance of the USA based Ferrari GT teams, with not enough support to do enough testing or run two-car teams or multiple teams. But onward they push ...

Keith Bluemel


International GT Open series loves Ferrari

Simple rules, simple format, simple goals - all add up to a GT series that has captured everyone' s attention, and captured GT cars as well. Private Ferrari teams are on board.

Keith Bluemel  Hugo Garritsen


Concours on the Avenue awards persistence

On the hiatus of one year, Doug and Genie Freedman were back with a show that was better than ever, and one that the town of Carmel realized is an asset to their small community. Location is all-important, and this show has brought cars and owners and people, and therefore, business to this small pearl perched on the Pacific Ocean.

Keith Bluemel, Henry T. Kistler, Marcel Massini  Keith Bluemel


The Quail - a motorsport gathering

The recession takes a time-out for this day, The Quail presents a fairy tale of good living - the way it should be all year long. Enjoyed for a day, all we can do is thank the inspired organizers.

Cavallino Staff, Keith Bluemel, Marcel Massini


The Italian Lions roars back

Concorso Italiano

All the best of Italy comes to California, and Italy has much to offer as you know - automobiles, food, wine, opera and fashion. This great event was started many years ago to glorify this heritage, and after a few recent setbacks is back as the premier showcase for all that we love about the culture of Italy.

Cavallino Staff, Keith Bluemel, Hughes Vanhoolandt


Pebble Beach still outshines all others

Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance

Unbelievable as it may sound, this premier event has grown ever larger, as everyone in the automotive trade realizes they have to be here to conduct business. In its own way, it is as significant as any modern auto show in the world's main cities - Turin, Paris, London, Frankfurt, Geneva, New York, etc. Quite an accomplishment.

Cavallino Staff, Alan Bo, Keith Bluemel, Marcel Massini  Michael Gregg


Laguna Seca rumbles and roars

Monterey Motorsports reunion

A dream started over thirty-odd years ago by Steve Earle, to have real old race cars racing again, soon found its reality, as the historic races at Laguna Seca were a success from the start. Even though under new management and under a new name, the spirit lives on unimpeded, as race cars come from all over the globe to enter the matches and match wits with their former rivals.

Cavallino Staff, Keith Bluemel  Michael Gregg


Monterey saw spectacular highs amongst all marques

Monterey auction results

Cavallino Staff, Rick Carey


A Guide to all Ferrari produced

Plus the market as of October 1, 2011... from a survey of selected dealers

A compilation of all the GT, Sport and Production Ferraris, with numbers made, chassis number ranges and current pricing.

Keith G. Bluemel, Cavallino Staff