Cavallino magazine 146

April / May 2005

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

The Journal of Ferrari History


On the cover the Ferrari 340/375 MM, s/n 0322 AM, photographed in the Northwest Bruce Carroll

Table of Contents

2 Ecco
What we have for you in this issue number 146
Bruce Carroll
3 Lettere
Comments from your fellow readers
Keith Bluemel
7 Calendario
Where the Ferraris are in 2005
10 F2005 introduction
The F2005 unveiled, Maranello, February 25, 2005

In stark contrast to the sunshine that awaits the world of Formula One in Melbourne in a few days time. Maranello snow provided the backdrop to the unveiling of the car that will carry Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro's hopes of retaining the Constructors' and Drivers' Championship titles this year. The F2005 will not be making the trip to Australia, as Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello will start the year at the wheel of the F2004 M, the modified version of last year's car.

Ferrari SpA   Ferrari SpA
Corse
18 Plans are laid for a revived GT season for Ferrari

JMB Racing, Cirtek Motorsport, Menx, GPC-Giesse, Ecosse, BMS Scuderia Italia, Auto Palace

Hugo Gattisen
Corse
20 Three built, two Left
The story of the 340/375 MM Berlinettas - built for outright speed, and nothing more

Mexico's Carrera Panamericana is considered to have been the world's most dangerous open road speed contests, once racing resumed following World War II. Riskier than the resurrected Mille Miglia, the Targa Florio and the Tour of Sicily, and even Le Mans or Spa, it only ran for five years, 1950 through 1954, a casualty of the death toll and numbers of injured it left in its wake.

Alan Boe   Bernard Cahier, Andr√© Van Bever, Courtesy of Washington Photo
Feature
18 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona
GT season begins quietly

There were three Ferrari 360 models entered in the 43rd edition of the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, two modified Challenge cars and a 360 GT, all modified to meet the new 2005 GT group regulations for this Grand Am series. They had though opposition in their class, mainly in the form of an armada of Porsche GT3 Cup models that dominated the GT class entry in both qualifying and the race.

Keith Bluemel
Corse
29 Palm Beach Cavallino Classic XIV
January 18-23, 2005

The 2005 Palm Beach Cavallino Classic was a success - many Ferraris, many Ferrari friends. Enjoy the review. All the cars are presented, and all the Award Winners are noted.

Keith Bluemel, Crista Barnes, Mitchell Klein, David Seibert, Ed Gilbertson, Sherry Lindberg   David Brady, Juha Lievonen, Lorena Sicilia, James Dunn, Michael Gregg, Keith Bluemel
Feature
45 The Fabulous 4s
The four cylinder sports racing cars, an appreciation on this 50th anniversary of the era of these small rockets

The power behind Ferrari's rise to prominence in the 1950s, eventually becoming the world's greatest manufacturer of sporting and racing cars, came from the company's great multi-displacement V-12 engines, although in recent years the V-10 has done alright for itself thanks to Michael Schumacher. But there was a time when it looked as if Ferrari's future might depend on twin cam inline four cylinder engines using eight spark plugs.

Alan Boe, Marcel Massini, Keith Bluemel, Robert Philips, Hillary Raab   Courtesy The Klemantaski Collection
Feature
58 A Guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of April 1, 2005... from a survey of selected dealers

Expanded with more information, model type, s/n range, etc. Continually updated!

Keith Bluemel
Guida
64 Galleria
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