Cavallino magazine 94

August / September 1996

  • Language: American English American English
  • Editor: John W. Barnes Jr.
  • Publisher: Cavallino Inc.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 72 pages
  • Code: ISSN 0889-2504

The Enthusiast's Magazine of Ferrari


Cover photograph of the Ferrari 330 GT), s/n 3765 SA David C. Wendt

Table of Contents

1 Ecco
John Sinkgraven
15 The Mille Miglia Historica continues to welcome the old Ferraris
Brescia-Rome-Brescia, Italy - May 9-12, 1996

If you're in an old Ferrari, you're welcomed in Italy. The Italians never lose their interest or appreciation of these machines.

Marcel Massini, Henry T. Kistler   Andreas Dziedzic, Marcel Massini, Henry T. Kistler
Notizie
18 Twelfth Annual Reading Ferrari Concours d'Elegance
Reading Country Club, Pennsylvania - May 19, 1996

Reading Country Club represents an urbane Hollywood image of golfers in white golf carts, smooth crew cut grass links, and a club house of cut stone, with a circular driveway around an Italianate styled center fountain. Into this tranquil setting once a year Pietro Castiglioni arrives with his troop of 100 Ferraris and a sit down dinner for 250 guests.

Mark Wallach, Pietro Castiglioni   Mark Wallach
Notizie
20 For the record ...
All the important Ferraris at the major shows

Ferraris at the Trophee des Ardennes - Spa-Francorchamps - May 10-12, 1996, compiled by PIerre Goossens and Jean-Yves Thonnard Mollie Stone Wine Country Classic - Sears Point, California - June 7-9, 1996, compiled by Vic Oliver and William Noon Ferrari Days 1996 - TT Circuit Aida, Japan - June 1-2, 1996, compiled by Junichiro Hiramatsu Skeets and Sharon Dunn Picnic - Osuna Ranch, California - May 18, 1996, compiled by Willian Noon

Pierre Goossens, Vic Oliver, Marc Sonnery, Junichiro Hiramatsu
Notizie
22 Ferrari 550 Maranello preview!
This is more than a new Ferrari - it signifies a radical direction for the entire company

In one of the largest and most extensive introductions in its long history, Ferrari took over the Nürburgring race course in Germany during the weekend of July 20-21, 1996, to present its newest model, the Ferrari 550 Maranello. Perhaps this extravaganza was inevitable - this is the first front engined V-12 Ferrari Berlinetta since the retirement of the sainted Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona in 1973.

Ferrari SpA
Feature
24 Gilles Villeneuve!
A driving legend is elevated to mythological status

Many were the drivers that raced for Enzo Ferrari, but no Ferrari driver was more loved than Gilles Villeneuve. Gilles always gave it his all, and made many sacrifices in the name of victory. In each and every race, whether he won or not, Villeneuve always showed a great deal of courage, audacity and determination. Since it is not a secret that these were the qualities that Enzo Ferrari liked the most in his drivers, Gilles was one of the drivers that Enzo admired above all others.

Pietro Castiglioni   Arthur Price
Feature
27 The early 250 Europa GT is explored
A researcher's work is never done; Ferrari archeological studies present endless puzzles

Many issues ago in Cavallino, many of your hardworking experts pulled together to bring you the last word on the important and pivotal Ferrari models, the 250 Europa and 250 Europa GT. But the final word is never final with Ferrari and in the intervening years, Keith Bluemel in England has pursued some questions that were never truly resolved, and he has looked at available facts from an original perspective. This is his final word - for now.

Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
Feature
35 Una storia particolare
1954 Ferrari 250 GT, s/n 0363 GT

Ferrari 250 GT serial number 0363 GT was produced at the end of 1954 and the chassis was to receive a "normal" steel Pinin Farina coupe body for which production started on October 25, 1954 under job number 12554. On January 11, 1955, the car was transported to Brussels for the well known "Salon de Bruxelles". Apparently, the car was sold there through Jacques Swaters Garage Francorchamps.

Dries Jetten   Keith Bluemel
Feature
36 3765 SA - a Ferrari experiment!
The mating of a 400 SA engine and chassis, with the body of a GTO, produces an unique result

In 1961, in an attempt to involve more manufacturers in racing, the FIA announced that the 1962 Constructors' Championship would be run for grand touring cars. Sports prototypes would still be allowed to compete to add spectator appeal, but all championship point would go to the GT cars. Ferrari was concerned that there would be new competitors in the prototype class for overall victories, and, freed from the three liter limit, he began a series of experiments with four liter engines.

Michael T. Lynch   David C. Wendt, Marc Sonnery, Albert Bochroch, Studio Lafay
Feature
45 The season progresses to a Ferrari Victory
Formula One Championship

San Marino Grand Prix - May 5, 1996 Monaco Grand Prix - May 19, 1996 Spanish Grand Prix - June 2, 1996 Canadian Grand Prix - June 16, 1996 French Grand prix - June 30, 1996

Denis L. Tanney
Corse
46 New Ferrari F310 is technologically precise; can beauty be far behind... ?
John Sinkgraven
Corse
48 Spa Ferrari Days
Spa packed more into a weekend than can easily be assimilated - we sort it out for you

Ferrari Challenge results and all 1996 European entrants Compiled by Patrick Morlet, Pierre Goossens, Eddy Remans, Jean-Yves Thonnard, John Sinkgraven, and Miki Bellagarda Ferrari Shell Historic Challenge results Compiled by Pierre Goossens, Willy Hendericks, and John Sinkgraven Ferrari Modern race results Compiled by Pierre Goossens and Jean-Yves Thonnard

John Sinkgraven, Willy Hendericks
Corse
47 Ferrari F333 SP leads in the field in IMSA
IMSA WSC Championship

At the Watkins Glen WSC race, Max Papis was in second near the end of the even when he was booted off the track by Wayne Taylor. He regained the course nine or so places behind, but in a righteous rage he overtook everyone in the final moments, including Mr. Taylor and won the race!

Denis L. Tanney
Corse
A further look at the evolutionary Ferrari F40 GTE
BPR Global Endurance GT
Spyro Cacoutis
American Challenge continues
Ferrari Challenge results

Atlanta - May 18-19, 1996 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve - Montreal, Canada - June 14-16, 1996

Ken Lewis
50 Ferrari Challenge expands in Asia
Popularity grows

Japanese Challenge results: Fuji Speedway, Japan - May 3-4, 1996 TI Circuit Aida, Japan - June 2, 1996 Pacific Challenge results: Shah Alam, Malaysia - June 1-2, 1996 Johar Circuit, Malaysia - June 22-23, 1996

Junichiro Hiramatsu, Jim Graham   Junichiro Hiramatsu, Jim Graham
Corse
51 Ferraris at Le Mans, 1996

It is hard to believe that while three years ago we were overjoyed by the presence of the modest Ferrari 348, this year we were spoilt with no less than six Ferraris. An amazing progression! Additionally, the veritable battalion of four Ferrari F40s had to play second fiddle to not one, but two, Ferrari F333 SPs, fully prepared in order to avoid the nightmarish hassles of last year's lone F333 SP.

Marc Sonnery   John Sinkgraven
Corse
55 Galleria
Special services for the Ferrari enthusiast
72 Mercato
The market as of August 1, 1996, from a survey of selected dealers