Cavallino magazine 68

April / May 1992

  • Language: American English American English
  • Publisher: John W. Barnes Jr.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 48 pages
  • Code: ISSN 0889-2504

The Enthusiast's Magazine of Ferrari


Cover photograph of the Ferrari 250 LM Stradale, s/n 6025 of David Wendt

Table of Contents

1 Ecco
Our menu for today
Marc Sonnery
4 Lettere
Some thoughts from your fellow readers on 250 MMs, Argentine racing, and P/F Cabriolets
Ludvigsen Library
8 Sergio Pininfarina's remarks from the Ferrari 512 TR presentation in Detroit

On January 6, 1992, Sergio Pininfarina presented the new 512 TR to the media gathered at his stand at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. We are pleased to bring you his introduction.

Jerry McDermott   Jerry McDermott
Notizie
9 First Annual Ferrari Cavallino Ferrari Classic gets off to a good start

Well, Cavallino magazine held it first ever party, the First Annual Cavallino Ferrari Classic, and by all accounts, it seemed to go off pretty well. Sixty three Ferraris lined up on the front lawn of The Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida, for the Concours d'Elegance, at which time, Chief Judge Ed Gilbertson and his judging teams scoured the entries to pick the successful winners of the various cups and bowls.

Marc Sonnery, David H. Brady, Charles Mitchell
Notizie
16 Ferrari Engined Grand Prix Cars!
Race by Race results and where they went and why

With the Minardi team entered in the 1991 Grand Prix season using Ferrari engines in their F1 cars, it is an appropriate time to look back at other F1 teams who have tried the same.

David Smith   Franco Zagari
Feature
21 The Last Gentleman's Racer!
The saga of 512 S/M, s/n 1018 - part I

Oh, to have been a privateer in glory days gone by, when you could purchase something like this Ferrari 512 from the factory.

Michael Sheehan   European Auto Sales
Feature
24 250 LM, s/n 6025
A show car takes on a life of its own ... a true race car for the street

We enjoy show cars, especially Ferrari show cars of course, since they are a firm's chosen image, shown to the public. Cars are most shown when they are part of a current model year; the public is familiar with them, but never passes a chance to get close again, to enjoy another once-over. Other cars presented are variations on a theme, to see if the public's tastes will allow a further extension of the current forms.

Michael Sheehan   David Wendt
Feature
29 Europa! A Car that's held it's own!
The Ferrari 250 Europa GT remains an eye catcher...

A pretty name for a car that is just that - pretty in the soft feminine sense, pretty to view, study, appreciate.

Doug Mitchel
Feature
33 New director hits the ground running...
Ferraris carrying the flag

When last we met, Luca di Montezemolo has just been appointed President of Ferrari, with a mandate to rejuvenate the fortunes of the Ferrari Formula One team. Within just a few short weeks, a hole slew of further appointments took place, at his behest, reshaping the team and adding many new elements.

Autosport
Corse
The Ferrari F92 A
Ferrari introduces the new Grand Prix car

Mr. Montezemolo also made the decision to bring along the new Ferrari Formule One car as soon as possible. This car had been in the works since last year under the direction of Messrs Nichols and Migeot, and it was rumoured to be quite radical. Code named by the press as the "644", it was slowed a bit in late summer and fall as intensive work was spent on keeping the current 643 competitive.

Autosprint, Giorgio Piola
36 Calendar
Where to find Ferraris in 1992
37 Galleria
Special services for the Ferrari enthusiast
48 Classifieds
Buy, sell, trade, wanted, etc.