Cavallino magazine 202

August / September 2014

  • Language: American English American English
  • Publisher: John W. Barnes, Jr.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 104 pages
  • Code: ISSN 0889-2504

On the cover the take-no-prisoners Ferrari 365 P2, s/n 0838 Denis L. Tanney

Table of Contents

2 Ecco

Our menu for you in this number 202

3 Assistenza

Some helpful information for you

6 Lettere

Commentary, useful information and differing opinions from your fellow readers.

8 Villa d'Este presents exceptional Ferraris
Automobiles in fine style

Generally, when you leave the shores of Lake Como on Sunday, you already have in mind your visit for the following year. The hotel room is pre-booked, and dates recorded in your diary. The waiting for the opening of registration, then eventually, the publication of the list of some sixty cars carefully selected.

Etienne Vanaret   Etienne Vanaret
Notizie
12 Amelia Island Concours overwhelms again
Ferrari receives multiple award & recognitions

The 19th Annual Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance was held on Sunday, March 9th, at its traditional location on the 10th and 18th fairways of The Golf Club of Amelia Island, adjacent to the Ritz Carlton Hotel. The 2014 edition sets new records for attendance but remains a warm and friendly show.

Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
Notizie
18 Ferrari Club of America National Meet 2014
Concours results

On June 11-15, the FCA presented their annual get-together hosted by the Mid-Atlantic Region at the Lansdowne Resort in Leesburg, Virginia.

Chris Current   David Williams
Notizie
20 Sport & Collection 2014 reaches charity goal
500 Ferraris contre le cancer

An event called "Sport & Collection" has been the largest Ferrari meeting in France for many years, and arguably the consistency largest Ferrari meet in Europe for a long time. The 2014 edition celebrated the 20th anniversary of this charity event, whose sole purpose is raising money for cancer research.

Olivier Bidaud   Olivier Bidaud
Notizie
24 A big anniversary - 30th Reading Concours d'Elegance

On May 18, the 30th Annual Reading Ferrari Concours d'Elegance & Art, Model & Memorabilia Show was held at the Reading Country Club under beautiful spring skies. This wonderful event has become a fixture of northeast Ferrari lore, and is the kick-off event for summer activities ahead. Going to Reading in May meant that winter was finally over.

Robert Craig   Robert Craig
Notizie
26 Where it all began - at Laguna Seca
Del Monte Trophy Race

Laguna Seca Raceway enjoyed its inaugural feature race start at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, November 10, 1957. John von Neumann and Carroll Shelby jumped into the lead, followed by Pete Lovely, Richie Ginther and Paul O'Shea fighting for third.

Andreas Dziedzic   Courtesy Hewitt Collection, Edgar Motorsports Archive
Auto da Corsa Storica
40 A Belgian Berlinetta, s/n 2069 GT
Always within reach of the Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps

A mystery solved about two seemingly similar Ferrari 250 GT SWBs. The intriguing tale of how one changed part after an accident hid the true nature of one Ferrari 250 GT SWB for many years. 2069 GT's long journey comes alive with a complete chart of race results.

Germain Malléjac   Jacques Breuer, Vincent Gaye Collection
Feature
52 Ferrari 365 P2 Prototype
The life of s/n 0838

During the decade of the 1960s, some of the quickest and most exciting sports racing cars and prototypes ever to turn a wheel where running for glory, supremacy, and a modicum of cash across Europe and in Florida (Daytona and Sebring) in pursuit of Manufacturers' World Championship points. The races were set in the premier road racing venues and the care were piloted by the world's top professional drivers.

Alan Boe   Dennis L. Tanney
Feature
74 Remembering those who served Ferrari well
Ener Vecchi, Pierre Noblet, Pietro Castiglioni, Mike Gourley, Werner Pfister, and an anonymous collector
Cavallino Staff
In Memoriam
76 Ferraris in the 9th Grand Prix de Monaco Historique

Organised since 1997 by the Automobile Club de Monaco, this now biennial event takes place two weeks before the modern F1 Grand Prix race. These are real sprint races, designed for worldwide collectors, nostalgic enthusiasts, drivers, spectators and ardent supports of the former days' machines.

Arnaud Blanfuney   Olivier Bidaud, Willie Hendrickx
Auto da Corsa Storica
80 1000 Miglia Storica storms Italy

There were a few changes for this year's historical Mille Miglia, now officially the "1000 Miglia Storica", and the main change was the addition of an extra day (possibly acknowledging the wear and tear on both old cars and old drivers from previous two-day versions), with the extra leg added on the Sunday morning to the finishing line in Brescia.

Cavallino Staff, Vincent Yernaux   Andreas Dziedzic, Vincent Yernaux
Auto da Corsa Storica
84 1000 Miglia Storica - more than a happening

Details on what it takes for this one event

Manfred Steinert   Manfred Steinert
Auto da Corsa Storica
86 Ferrari in Formula One 2014
A long hard road ahead for Ferrari in F1 this year

Ferrari continues to struggle in the F1 season, but hope it eternal. More changes are needed and more are promised. A review of Spain, Monaco, Canada and Austria.

Keith Bluemel
Corse
88 A grand tradition continues - Ferrari at Le Mans
14 Ferraris partake in this classic enduro

Ferrari 458 GT2s and GT3s continue strong in Europe and America. Ferrari takes a GT class win at Le Mans 24 Hours.

Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel, Nancy Moore, Ferrari SpA.
Corse
93 All Ferraris produced & Guide to the Market
As of August 1, 2014

The GT, Sport and Production Ferrari values, reflecting continued upward momentum and new base price levels

Keith Bluemel, Cavallino Staff
Guida
99 Ferrari at the Monaco Auctions 2014

Taking place alongside the Grand Prix Historique de Monaco, action sales by RM Auctions, COYS and Pierre Bergé were also part of the festivities

Arnaud Blanfuney, Olivier Bidaud
Mercato