|Editor||John W. Barnes Jr.|
|Publishing||Cavallino Inc., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 80 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of FerrariCover The Ferrari V-12 Dino, s/n 0788, photographed in Coverdale, England
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.
Our program fro this issue: enjoy
James M. Cuevas, Marcel Massini, Clem Simmons, Fred Singleton, Peter Grootswagers, Tony Watson
James M. Cuevas, Courtesy of Marcel Massini Collection, Clem Simmons, Peter Grootswagers
Comments from your fellow enthusiasts
FCA National enjoys southern hospitality
Ferrari Club of America annual meeting
Keith G. Bluemel
Hosted by outgoing Ferrari Club of America President Doug Freedman, and the Southeast Region of the FCA, the 1999 Annual Meeting had some truly excellent Ferraris, a relaxing location at the Chateau Elan resort hotel, the impressive Road Atlanta race course just minutes away, and Ferrari enthusiasts from all over the U.S. with others coming from Canada, Europe, and South America.
Special Exhibit for The Modena in Modena
Ferrari 360 Modena
On March 28, Ferrari unveiled the new Ferrari 360 in front of the Duomo in the medieval heart of Modena, and to surround the car they brought several Formula Ferraris that are part of a current display in the Galleria Ferrari in Maranello. The 1961 Ferrari 156 Sharknose is the Chris Rea replica made for his movie of several years back. Ferrari allows the car to be exhibited but without the nose badge.
Ferrari introduces another new model
Ferarri F355 Spider 'Serie Fiorano'
Lost in all the publicity surrounding the Ferrari 360 Modena was the presentation of the last extenuation, the last refinement, the last mutation of the F355 line, a special "Serie Fiorano" Spider limited to 100 automobiles. It is meant to ease the transition from the F355 Spider to the 360 Spider, the latter being still far in the future.
Remembrance for Ablbert A. Garthwaite, Jr.
A sudden loss shakes the Ferrari world
Sports Car Specialist passes on
Forza Ferrari II at Suzuka
The Ferrari Club of Japan had a tenth anniversary party on June 5 & 6, 1999, at and near the Suzuka Circuit, and by all accounts it was a huge success. Over 300 Ferraris took part in various concours and track events, and the 360 Modena was presented by Cornes, the official importer to Japan.
The market as of August 1, 1999, from a survey of selected dealers
A V-12 Dino revived
It started its life as a succesful V-6 Dino, and soon became a succesful V-12 hybrid, only to become a fairly succesful road car, before becoming a succesful vintage racer. Confused? It is a tortuous tale told in truth, but not without some amusement.
A long hard Road
Ferrari 212 Inter, s/n 0179 EL
This story is equally as involved as above, but this 212/225 was nearly lost for good. It took some care and feeding by one Texas lady to save this gem from extinction. The current owner slowly brings this Vignale bodied coupe through a fine restoration.
Ferrari 360 Modena meditations
Some further toughts and observations on this very new and different machine
We give you a few more details on this far reaching design by Pininfarina. It is completely outside Ferrari traditions, but then, is it time to start another? Will this presage the Ferrari future, or be an interesting but short adventure? Your staff collects some short notes.
Ferrari wins Mille Miglia again
17th Mille Miglia Storica
Marcel Massini, Pierre Goossens, Vincent Yernaux, Henri T. Kistler
MPS Editorial Services, Pierre Goossens, Andreas Meiniger
In the post war years of the fabled Italian, 1.000 mile race, Ferrari won eight of the eleven events from 1947 to 1957, these wins adding immeasurably to its fame. When the Mille Miglia was revived in 1977, it became a staged rally for all sports cars of 1957 and older vintage. Many Ferraris took part, of course, but none were to win again until this year.
Tour Auto expands in Europe
Tour Auto, April 20-24, 1999
Pierre Goossens, Marcel Massini, Andreas Meiniger, Henry T. Kistler
Arnaud Blanfuney, Pierre Goossens, Marcel Massini
This was the 100th year of the "Tour de France" for automobiles, and while it is now officially called the "Tour Auto", it is the same event. To celebrate the anniversary, "Le Centenaire', the Tour was extended to five days and enlarged geographically to cover more of Europe - Belgium and Germany, as well as France. This is a serious rally, covering some beautiful back country roads, interspersed with actual race events at various race tracks and hillclimbs along the way.
Spa Ferrari Days enters new era
Pierre Goossens, Vincent Yernaux
Pierre Goossens, Andreas Meiniger
Wonderful as always , with almost too many Ferrari races to view and too many Ferraris to inspect and document, but such is the price your editors pay. This weekend is dedicated to seirous Ferrari competition and incorporates the new Shell Historic Challenge. Begun several years ago by the Ferrari Factory and enthusiast Jean Sage, the Historic Challenge has proved wildly popular in Europe, bringing out some of the best competition Ferraris available.
Interview with Ferrari Press Officer Claudio Berro
The Ferrari Team sets up camp, and it's a rather nice one too.
Recent races give us hope
Monaco Grand Prix - May 16, 1999
Spanish Grand Prix - May 30, 1999
Canadian Grand Prix - June 13, 1999
French Grand Prix - June 27, 1999
Japanese Challenge accepts a new challenge
In the five years of the Challenge races in Japan, there has never been a female driver, until now. At the first race of the 1999 series, at Tsukuba near Tokyo on May 5, 1999. Ms. Keiko Ihara entered in her F355 berlinetta, s/n 104391, and finished a fine third overall.
ISRS Series achieves world status
Sports Racing World Cup
THe FIA has anointed this fledgling series for open sports cars, and has renamed it the Sports Racing World Cup. This came just before the Spa race on May 16, to the delight of all. The F333 SP's are doing well in this series, winning most of the races, although the battles beween the six to eight Ferraris are intense.
Will there be an F50 GT to race ?
Ferrari initially gave the project some consideration, since there was a series for the cars, the FIA GT Championship, and reportedly there were at least fifteen request for the car by customers. Ferrari even went as far as to have the F50 homologated, but decided not to build a series on their own.
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