Cavallino magazine 89

October / November 1995

  • Language: American English American English
  • Editor: John W. Barnes Jr.
  • Publisher: Cavallino Inc.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 56 pages
  • Code: ISSN 0889-2504

The Enthusiast's Magazine of Ferrari


On the cover Juan Manuel Fangio at Monaco, 1956 Louis Klementaski

Table of Contents

1 Ecco
John Sinkgraven, Courtesy of William Noon, Laurent Sanson
4 Ferrari looks to it's great history as it prepares for a no less glorious future
F133 Ferrari GT SWB is spied. Fear not, Ferrari never sleeps

This prototype Ferrari has been seen around the Factory lately, and we are told that it is the new "SWB" due out in 1997. Keen-eyed observers have noted two prototypes in the last year. The first was a 456 GT chassis shortened by about twenty centimeters, while the second is the definitive SWB chassis. The internal code names is F133, and yes, it will be a front engined, V-12, two seat GT car, destined to replace not only the F512 M, but also the entire flat-12 rear engined model line!

Alessandro Stefanini, Klaus & Phil Ruest
Notizie
8 Coys of Kensington hold annual Historic Festival at Silverstone - rare Ferraris make the Show
Silverstone, England - July 29-30, 1995

This was once again the highlight of the historic season in Europe, with many special Ferraris attending. There were several Ferrari 250 GTOs, 250 TRs and 500 TRCs and three Dino 246 Formula One Cars. Also of great interest was pop singer Chris Rea's specially built recreation of the 1961 sharknosed 156 Spyder Corsa.

Keith Bluemel, Marcel Massini   Marcel Massini
Notizie
9 The 1995 Meadow Brook Hall Concours d'Elegance
Rochester, MI, August 6, 1995

The featured cars for this year's event were the prewar German classics and the Morgan sports car. The 1995 concours presented a record number of cars and a record number of guests. Since every car is considered an excellent representative in its class, only a few are selected for special recognition.

Jerry McDermott   Jerry McDermott
Notizie
10 Italia a Zandvoort hosts Ferraris at the great historic track
Circuit Zandvoort, Holland - June 24-25, 1995

Once again the historic circuit in the dunes of Zandvoort hosted a special event regarding all kinds of things that have a relation with that emotional country in the south of Europe, Italy. All sorts of Italian cars could be seen in the paddock and naturally faster cars were entered in the races. Main attraction of the weekend was the Ferrari F355 / 348 Challenge of West Europe.

John Sinkgraven   John Sinkgraven
Notizie
9 Goodwood Festival of Speed also brings out the best
Goodwood, England - June 24-25, 1995
Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
Notizie
12 Uwe Meissner event invites Grand Prix Ferrari Legends
Uwe Meissner Meeting - Nürburgring, Germany - August 3, 1995

The Uwe Meissner Meeting at the Nürburgring had the distinction of presenting six Grand Prix Ferraris from several collections. A nice survey of the Ferrari Grand Prix model line down through the years.

Andreas Birner, Marcel Massini   Marcel Massini
Notizie
Castle Ashby hosts British Ferrari Owners Club Concours in proper setting
Castle Ashby, Northants - July 9, 1995
Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
14 Juan Manuel Fangio
A heartfelt tribute to a towering figure of post war International Motorsports

Each generation has its heroes, and for anyone remotely interested in road racing from the late fifties and beyond, there was only one champion of champions, Juan Manuel Fangio. He entered 51 World Championship Grand Prix and won 48 of them, a percentage that will likely never be equaled. He set 22 fastest laps and qualified off the front row only three times.

Michael T. Lynch   Louis Klemantaski
Feature
18 Free at last! - Silent and hidden for forty years, an old Ferrari comes back to us all
Ferrari 340/375 MM, s/n 0286 AM

What would you say if someone called you one lazy afternoon and told you that they knew of a special, early Ferrari racer that had been squirreled away some forty odd years ago. What if they also told you that it was a "one-of-a-kind, special bodied, open sports racer," the likes of which most of us dream about. What if they went on and on, and said that it was a "Factory works hot rod" and that it was the "prototype for one of Ferrari's hottest and most famous series of racers"!

William D. Noon   Courtesy of William Noon, Cliff Trussell
Feature
28 Rosso Rodeo Revisited
Ferraris appear on Rodeo Drive to celebrate the introduction of the new Ferrari F355 Spider

After the successful launch of the Ferrari 348 Spider two years ago on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California, Ferrari decided to repeat history once again, this time for the newly announced Ferrari F355 Spider. And it was another unqualified success. The same fabled street, the same enthusiastic crowds, and most importantly, the same exotic grouping of vintage and classic Ferraris, all added to the fun and enjoyment of the day.

FCA Southwest Region   Guy Mangiamele
Feature
34 Ferrari F50 uncovered!
This is what the Ferrari F50 is really all about - under that exotic exterior is some very exotic machinery

Ferrari SpA has issued a wonderful set of technical drawings to introduce the Ferrari F50, and we thank Ferrari for allowing all of us an inside look at the Ferrari F50, and in such exquisite detail. We have a soft spot for these types of drawings, because not only do they provide a wealth of knowledge, they are, in their own way, quite beautiful.

Ferrari SpA
Feature
38 Grand Prix season continues - Ferrari closes in on the front runners and adds talent for 1996
Formula One Championship

French Grand Prix - July 2, 1995 British Grand Prix - July 16, 1995 German Grand Prix - July 30, 1995 Hungarian Grand Prix - August 13, 1995

John Sinkgraven
Corse
39 Ferrari snags Schumacher for 1996; Alesi on the move

After this race, it was finally announced that Ferrari had hired Michael Schumacher for the 1996 season, with options for two more years. Jean Alesi will head to Schumacher's spot at Benetton. Berger's position was not announced at this point.

John Sinkgraven
Corse
40 Ferrari Challenge - true GT gentleman racing
Ferrari Challenge moves from strength to strength in the US and Japan
Ferrari NA, David Seibert, Junichiro Hiramatsu
Corse
42 Ferrari holds on to its lead in the WSC Class in IMSA
Ferrari F333 SP tipos are the class of the field

Lime Rock- May 29, 1995 Watkins Glen - June 25, 1995 Sears Point - July 16, 1995 Mosport Park - August 13, 1995

Kyle Burt, Vic Oliver
Corse
43 Galleria
Special services for the Ferrari enthusiast
42 An F40 wins in international GT racing in Sweden

The Ferrari F40 LM, s/n 74045, on its way to winning the Anderstorp 4-Hour Endurance race in Sweden, as part of the BPR GT series. Here, it all came together and the blue Pilot Aldix Racing team car took first place.

Laurent Samson
Corse
56 Mercato
The market as of October 1, 1995, from a survey of selected dealers