Cavallino magazine 125

October / November 2001

  • Language: American English American English
  • Publisher: Cavallino Inc.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 72 pages

The Journal of Ferrari History

On the cover the Ferrari 290 MM, s/n 0628 MM, photographed in Washington Bruce Carroll

Table of Contents

1 Ecco
Our menu this issue
2 Lettere
Comments from your fellow enthusiasts
10 Ferrari takes the 2001 World Championship!

All the good work over the years paid off in 2000, and continued good work brought desired results in 2001.

Ferrari SpA
13 The wins keep on coming - Ferrari gains a first in both classes in FIA GT
FIA GT Championship
Hugo Garritsen   MPS Editorial Services
18 Historic Races at Brands Hatch continue to see Maseratis dominate
Shell Historic Ferrari-Maserati Challenge
Autosport, Andreas Meiniger   Andreas Meiniger
22 Ferraris at the Goodwood Festival of Speed
Marcel Massini, Andreas Meiniger   Andreas Meiniger
23 Ferraris of interest at the Coys Historical Festival
Rockingham, England
Marcel Massini
24 We eat data for breakfast
Results of some recent events

'Bond Night' - A Ferrari Concours on Bond Street, London, England - June 7, 2001 Greenwich Concours d'Elegance - Greenwich, Connecticut - June 2-3, 2001 European Concours d'Elegance at Schweitzingen, Germany D.K. Engineering / Kinnerton Test Day, Rockingham, Northants, England - June 21, 2001 Italia a Zandvoort, Netherlands - July 7-8, 2001

Keith Bluemel, Rick Carey, Manfred Steinert, Hugo Garritsen   Marcel Massini, Dion Bosch, Jerry McDermott, Hugo Garritsen
28 The Mighty 290 MM, s/n 0628
A very special war horse restored

How one Ferrari chassis became two legimate cars and how it was a success in both forms - the unique evolution of s/n 0628.

Alan Boe   Bruce Carroll
38 Some views on the new 550 Barchetta Pininfarina

A first look at this exciting new convertible from Ferrari & Pininfarina. It is the subject of much discussion. What has been achieved? A unique sports car.

Jerry Wyszatycki
44 The reluctant racer - Ferrari F40
All the chassis numbers of the LMs, GTs, GTEs, and the conversions

The Ferrari F40 becomes a true competition machine. All the cars, the chassis numbers, the build numbers, etc. A working register of these wondrous supercars.

Michael Sheehan   Jerry B. Howard, John Sinkgraven
50 The Von Neumann Ferraris
The Monzas

More of the detailed history of the man and his Ferraris in the 1950s, with race results and archival photographs.

Michael T. Lynch, David N. Seielstad   Tom Nathan, Jim Sitz
98 Mercato
The market as of Xxxx 1, 2001, from a survey of selected dealers
99 Galleria
Special services for the Ferrari enthusiast