|Editor||John W. Barnes Jr.|
|Publishing||Cavallino Inc., ISBN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 56 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of FerrariCover The Ferrari 250 LM, s/n 6051, photographed at the Cavallino Classic
Cavallino is the journal of Ferrari history, covering Ferraris old and new for over 40 years. It's the most reliable, most trusted source of everything Ferrari. Ever since the first issue in 1978 Cavallino presents extensive stories and detailed information from knowledgeable experts and enthusiasts who share the passion for Ferrari. All Ferraris are unique, and each one has its own chassis serial number. This is how the Ferrari world keeps track of all the great cars. Cavallino is the only publication that prints the serial number for every Ferrari mentioned in our stories, articles, and race results.
Alexis Callier, Mark Wallach, Kurt Carlson, David L. Katz, Andreas Birner
David Brady, Kurt Carlson, Mark Wallach
Ferrari 456M GT 2+2 surprise in Switzerland
Hugo Garritsen, Marcel Massini
Catching everyone off guard, Ferrari used the 68th Geneva International Motor Show in March to introduce an updated version of the now six year old 456 GT 2+2. It is called 456M, "M" for Modificato, and come in GT version (manual transmission) or GTA (automatic). Changes to the exterior are minor, except for the nose which sports a wider and more aggressive grill, and driving lamps in that grill.
Celebrations continue in Ferrari's Honour
Henry and Lilo Kistler
Henry T. Kistler
For the opening of a new exhibition in Zürich, Switzerland, a special exhibit was presented to honor the 100th birthday of Enzo Ferrari, and onze again, the 50 (now 51) years of Ferrari as a manufacturer. The Swiss ex-Formule One driver Jo Vonlanthen and his Inter-race team organized the largest Ferrari exhibit ever shown in Switzerland, with over fifty examples from a 166 Inter Touring coupé, s/n 017 S, to the latest 355 F1 GTS, s/n 111576. Nine Formula One cars were also present.
Ferrari Factory News
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of Ferrari, SpA, it was decided that Luca di Montezemolo will remain as Chairman of the firm, and also will be in charge of the Fomula One team. Taking over as CEO of the Factory was ing. Paolo Marinsek, who will oversee road car production (both for Ferrari and Maserati).
Enzo Ferrari honored by Modena
Dr. Eugenio Ferrari
Dr. Eugenio Ferrari
To honor his 100th birthday, Modena dedicated a large bronze sculpture recently in the Piazza Garibaldi, across from Enzo Ferrari's home. The sixteen foot tall bronze was sculpted by noted Italian artist, Marino Quartieri, a lifelong friend of Ferrari who had done bronzes for the Ferrari family burial vaults and chapel. Piero Ferrari commissioned this new work, and it represents the life of Enzo Ferrari in automobiles.
Ferrari aims at championship - can it be at last?
Formula One Championship
Australian Grand Prix - March 8, 1998
Brazilian Grand Prix - March 29, 1998
Argentinian Grand Prix - April 12, 1998
San Marino Grand Prix - April 26, 1998
Florida honors go to Moretti
As a commentator noted, the Moretti Racing Team's F333 SP won the 72 Hours of Florida, taking the flag at Daytona and Sebring in convincing style. Sporting its red and yellow Momo garb, the team of Giampiero Moretti, Didier Theys, and Mauro Baldi ran a smooth and steady race, staying out of serious trouble and coming home in first.
New Ferrari Sports Car at Monza
The successful Moretti car and team came to the 1000 Kms at Monza on March 29, 1998, but their luck would not hold, and Moretti, Baldi, and Theys were a DNF, with their F333 SP, s/n 019. The highest placing Ferrari, however, was a newer chassis, s/n 020, from the Swiss team, Auto Sport Racing, they were second.
Perseverance pays off
After three disappointing races, the Doyle-Risi team has seen its efforts bear fruit at the Las Vegas WSC race on April 26. In a dramatic and very competitive event, Wayne Taylor and Eric van de Poele held off some close competition to bring their F333 SP into first.
New and Old Sports Cars at Paul Ricard
At the inaugural ISRS race in southern France on April 12, four F333 SPs were in attendance, and one of them came home a winner, the early s/n 012, driven by Theys and Lienhard for the Horag-Lista team.
Ferrari 250 LM in Flight
We take you for a drive in one of Ferrari's most durable and exciting GT cars, one that you could purchase in days gone by, suit up, go racing in, and possibly win! It was a dream for many of us. New material on s/n 6051 also uncovered.
Testa Rossas dominate Sebring
The Ferrari Testa Rossas dominated this difficult, treacherous 12 Hour contest
Jeff Allison, Claude Haycraft
All the TR models came to this old air strip; some did decently well, a few did very well. The results display why these cars became legends. We list all the results in detail, and describe each race.
The current system for judging Concours Ferraris - it's more thorough than you might think
Nearly all the current Ferrari Concours shows held in the U.S., and many Ferrari Concours in other countries around the world, use the judging processes formulated and implemented by the International Advisory Council for the Preservation of the Ferrari Automobile. Over time, the IAC/PFA proposed guidelines have been found to be the most logical, the most comprehensive, and the most fair of any other proposed format.