|Dimensions||softcover, 74 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Journal of Ferrari HistoryCover The Ferrari 268 SP Dino, s/n 0798
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.
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Rene Herzog, Cris Vandagriff, Peter G. Sachs, Stephen Cloud, George Horne, Peter S. Kalikow
Courtesy Rene Herzog
Tutte le Ferrari al Mugello
After Michael Schumacher had won the F1 Drivers Championship three weeks earlier, and Ferrari the Constructors Championship the previous weekend, the end of season Challenge gathering at Mugello on October 26 to 29, 200 was thus set to be a spectacular occasion, and it didn't disappoint. Unfortunately, the celebrations were marred by a serious accident in a Challenge race on Saturday morning, in which the German driver Ulrich Plattenhardt succumbed to his injuries.
Ferrari and Flight
A new exhibit opens...
The "Ferraris and Flight" exhibit will have its opening at the Strategic Air Command Museum, where fourteen Ferraris will be at exhibit. The Ferraris which will be on display at the SAC Museum from December 15, 2000 to February 15, 2001 include the following: a 365 GTC, an F355, an F40, a 288 GTO, and a 196 S.
The Pracing Horse Farm Millenium Ferrari Festa
Mark Wallach, Keith Bluemel
D. Mainzer, Mark Wallach
Ron Spangler has been around Ferraris for a long, long time. He has been a Ferrari owner and broker forever, and his involvement even includes entering a 512 BBLM at Le Mans in 1982 when those care were in their prime. For the past two decades he has hosted an open house party for charity at his Prancing Horse Farm in Maryland, attended by many owners and enthusiasts in the northeast. It is the thing to do in the fall, the last chance to bring the Ferraris out before the cold and snow set in.
Ferraris entered in the Targa Florio Revival
F550 GTS is introduced
The latest in Ferrari 550 Maranello race cars is ready
Andreas Birner, Manfred Steinert
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German entrepreneur and engineer Franz Wieth of Germering near Munich is mainly known as a competitor in the FIA GT Championship. He usually shares the wheel of his Porsche GT3 with his son Niko. Some years ago, Franz Wieth, who is a longtime Ferrarista and who owns a number of sports cars made in Maranello, raced in the Ferrari 348 Challenge. Racing in the more "sophisticated" FIA GT Championship, however, generated his interest in an adequate, purpose built Ferrari, of which there was none then available.
Barchetta born again
Ferrari presents its new showboat
More news on Ferrari's latest open topped sports car, the Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pinin Farina, with information supplied by Ferrari themselves.
0798 - A singular Addition
All about 268 SP, s/n 0798, part one
Marc Sonnery, courtesy Christian Moity, courtesy Alexis Callier, Jack Faxon
The history of a rare prototype, but one which was essential to Ferrari's development. How evolution at Ferrari produced a sparkling V-8. The recital of its record, and a ride in rural England.
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