|Editor||John W. Barnes Jr.|
|Dimensions||softcover, 72 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Journal of Ferrari HistoryCover The Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta, s/n 0006 M, photographed at Villa d'Este
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, George Lee, Marc Sonnery, Dave Maestrejuan, Denny Schue, Keith Bluemel, Ike Neilson
Rodolfo Mailander, Courtesy of Famille Paul-Cavallier, and Didier Griffe and jean-Louis Maitron
Collezione Maranello Rosso
A famous museum of Ferrari reopens and enthusiasts are pleased
Well known Ferrari collector Fabrizio Violati has recently re-opened his justifiably famous museum, the Collezione Maranello Rosso. On February 18, 2000 the collection's new location opened to the public. Still in the tiny Republic of San Marino - and independent city-state perched upon Mount Titano in Italy's Appennine Mountains.
Reading Ferrari hosts special Guests
David B. Kisthardt
Jane Dusek, David B. Kisthardt
For the past sixteen years in the month of May, Pietro Castiglioni has held his Reading Ferrari Concours d'Elegance and Art, Model and Memorabilia Show. Each year, Pietro begins the day after the event to work on the following year's festival, and it shows in the ever increasing quality of each gathering.
Rocky Mountain High greets FCA Meet
The recent Ferrari Club of America Annual Meet in Colorado Springs, was exceptionally smooth and well run, and hosted a great turn out of exotic as well as more recent Ferraris. The event was centered at The Broadmoor Hotel, which is a grand old place situated right at the base of the Rockies.
360 Spiders introduced on the Riviera
In June Ferrari invited the press to view the new Ferrari 360 Spider, and normally this would be exciting enough, but Ferrari unveiled the car in Monaco which is always a treat. In addition, the Factory had their famous test driver Dario Benuzzi give rides to the journalists in the press car in the hills behind nearby Nice, France.
Chris Amon speaks
The famous driver talks about his years with Ferrari
It was a difficult time for Ferrari in the late sixties, and often only one man was there for the marque at the start of each Grand Prix
Derek Bell speaks about driving for Ferrari
Ferrari 312 F1, s/n 0007
Courtesy of Derek Bell, Keith Bluemel
Return to paradise
This wonderful barchetta won the Concorso in 1949, and now does it again
Courtesy of Carlo Anderloni, Marcel Massini, Courtesy of The Klemantaski Collection, courtesy of Giorgio Nada Editore
If history does repeat itself, then this resurrence is fine with us. The Ferrari 166 MM, s/n 0006 M returns to Villa d'Este
Lost and truly found
This one is still in the barn, waiting to be brought out
Michael Sheehan, courtesy of Edizioni di Autocritica, courtesy of Antoine Prunet, courtesy of Franco Zagari
Trainspotters are a unique English subculture of enthusiasts, who wander out in the moors, in rain, sleet and snow, recording the serial numbers on the sides of passing locomotives, freigh cars and passenger cars. These numbers are dutifully entered into logbooks and put into databases so that the numbers, locations and travels of virtually every train in England can be carefully plotted and tracked. The Ferrari world has a similar tiny subculture of only a few dozen people worldwide, who record race results and ownership histories of their favorite model Ferrari.
Ferrari Challenge Rally in America
A new and worthwile addition to Ferrari's series of "Challenges"
Ferrari North America's recent decision to create a (road) Rally Championship fits the U.S. market like a driver's glove. While Europe has relatively lax police and thus a long standing culture of driving sports cars the way they were meant to be - the Old World is now more and more congested, so much so in fact that traffic free country lanes or even Autobahns are becoming annoyingly scarce.
The market as of October 1, 2000, from a survey of selected dealers
FIA Formula One Championship
What once was won may be lost; the long slide backwards analyzed
Franch Grand Prix - July 2, 2000
Austrian Grand Prix - July 16, 2000
German Grand Prix - July 30, 2000
Hungarian Grand Prix - August 13, 2000
Belgian Grand Prix - August 27, 2000
Italian Grand Prix - September 10, 2000
The Historic Challenge at Le Mans
Reliving yet even more glorious days gone by
Keith Bluemel, FerrariRegister.com
Courtesy of Peter & Associates, Keith Bluemel
This year the participants in the Shell Historic Ferrari Maserati Challenge series had the opportunity to race on the famous La Sarthe circuit in France, as a prelude to the actual 24 Hour Le Mans race. The majority of the series regulars subscribed to the event, with fifty one eventually taking to the track to return to the scene of many Ferrari triumphs in one of the world's most famous races.
GT Ferraris soldier onward
Report from Zolder
Round six of the FIA GT Championship was the FIA GT 500 Km race at Zolder on July 23rd. The Ferraris were back on the track after missing a few races due to technical problems.
F333 SP does well in Europe, not so in U.S.
There is life in the old Girl yet.
Henry T. Kistley, Hugo Garrtisen
Henry T. Kistley, Hugo Garrtisen
Although the F333 SP is considered past its prime, and although no radical updates are planned by either the factory or the sub-contractor Michelotto, and although the quality of supplied spare parts continues to be a problem, the cars are still being raced and are doing surprisingly well.
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