Cavallino magazine 178

August / September 2010

  • Language: American English American English
  • Publisher: John W. Barnes, Jr.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 96 pages
  • Code: ISSN 0889-2504

The Journal of Ferrari History


On the cover the Ferrari 212 Export Coupe Vignale, s/n 0080 E David Wendt

Table of Contents

2 Ecco
What's happening in this issue number 178
3 Attenzione
Services for you, dear subscriber, to make your life easier.
4 The Scuderia battles bad weather, tires & safety cars
Formula 1

Ferrari's F1 challenge continues to struggle, with loads of bad luck dogging the team. Reports on Spain, Monaco, Turkey, Canada and Europe.

Keith G. Bluemel
Corse
7 GT Ferraris down on their luck as well
GT Racing

Ferrari GT cars fight to hold onto good positions, with Championships in sight. Reports with full race results and chassis numbers on Laguna Seca (ALMS), Spa-Francorchamps (LMS), Le Mans 24 Hours and the relatively new Open GT series.

Keith G. Bluemel
Corse
12 Ferraris partake of the Monaco Historique

Organized to run every two years, the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique has quickly established itself among the premier events of the historic motor racing calendar. The famous temporary track in the streets of the small Principality, lined on one side by exclusive shops and restaurants and by a harbour filled with fantastic yachts on the other.

Arnaud Blanfuney   Peter Singhof
Notizie
Villa d'Este sparkles in Italy's Sun
Ferraris were few at the 2010 Villa d'Este Concorso d'Eleganza, but they were choice.

The Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este continues to exude continental charm.

Etienne Vanaret, Vincent Yernaux
14 24th Mille Miglia Historic upholds traditions
Arnaud Blanfuney, Vincent Yernaux, Marcel Massini   Peter Singhof
Notizie
26 Ferrari Tribute

"The Red Arrow", said the President of the Organizing Committee Alessandro Casali, "is conquering the hearts of the Italians and of the world. And that is what we want; that this marvelous race, which is true to its traditions, is recognized and loved everywhere for what it is: a unique event for its fascination and beauty, a symbol of its territory, of motor racing, of Italy."

Ferrari SpA
Notizie
28 Tour Auto 2010
Tour Auto requires serious attention of its pilots
Arnaud Blanfunay, Pierre Goossens, Germain Mallejac, Arnaud Meunier
Notizie
31 Ferrari 250 GT SWB
Tour Auto honors 50 years of the Ferrari 250 GT SWB

Fifty years ago the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta "Passo Corto" won the Tour de France Automobile for the first time.

Germain Malléjac
Notizie
32 A visit to the famous Collezione Maranello Rosso
Maranello Rosso pays homage to Ferrari

In December of 2009, the Collezione Maranello Rosso celebrated the 20th Anniversary of its foundation, but sadly, the following month witnessed the passing of its founder, Fabrizio Violati. Over the years, he had built up an impressive collection of Ferrari Abarth cars, his great passing being for his native Italian machinery, together with numerous spares and automobile artifacts.

Keith G. Bluemel   David O'Neill
Notizie
34 Ferrari 599XX's gather for first meetings on track

Before the start of this year's Le Mans 24 Hour Race, the race organizers, the Automobile Club de l'Ouest, presented a feature called "Le Mans vers le future", or roughly "into the future", a demonstration that "pitted the most innovative of current cars against the legendary 13.629 km French circuit".

Ferrari SpA
Notizie
42 Ferraris at the Monaco auctions

In addition to the competition proposed on the track, three auction sales also took place during the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique, and were held by Bonhams, Coys and RM Auctions.

Anraud Blanfuney, Vincent Yernaux   Vincent Yernaux
43 Lettere
Comments from your fellow readers
Lettere
44 Ferrari 212 Export, s/n 0080 E
A Ferrari for the Ages

The baroque and emotive bodies from Vignale as exemplified by the Ferrari 212 Export Berlinetta s/n 0080 E

Michael T. Lynch   David Wendt, Marcel Massini, Michael T. Lynch
Feature
56 An Opening on the World
The true story of the 66 Inters and their pivotal role in Ferrari's early success and early survival

This article required a great deal of analysis and research, to restore as best as possible this 1948 year of the 166 Inter, cars which are among the most unsung of Ferrari production. Thus I want to take advantage of this publication to dedicate this work to the man without whom nothing would have occurred, Enzo Ferrari.

Arnaud Blanfuney   Arnaud Blanfuney Collection, The Klementaski Collection
Feature
82 A Guide to all Ferrari produced
Plus the market as of August 1, 2010... from a survey of selected dealers

A compilation of all the GT, Sport and Production Ferraris, with numbers made, chassis number ranges, current pricing and comments as needed.

Keith G. Bluemel, Cavallino Staff
Guida