Cavallino Magazine issue 123

June / July 2001

Language American English language icon American English
Publishing Cavallino Inc.
Dimensions softcover, 208 x 277 mm

American English language icon Cover Ferrari 360 Spider

Marc Sonnery

The Journal of Ferrari History

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.

Cover of Cavallino Magazine issue 123, June / July 2001

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
2 Ecco Ecco

MPS Editorial Services

3 Lettere Lettere
Comments from your fellow enthusiasts

Robert N. Blair, Tom Oleson, Dr. John Gillespie, Erik Nielsen

10 Corse Formula One preview
The new year builds on the success of the old

Marc Sonnery, Andreas Meiniger

Ferrari Spa

This year's presentation of Ferrari's F1 car had a unique character: the F2001, unlike the F1-2000 and all its predecessors since 1981, was not a challenger, was not the carrier of increadingly frayed dreams, but a title defender, the first to carry the number one, the coveted 'numero uno', since Jody Scheckter's mount in 1980. Thus the mood, in contrast to the nervous smiles and pressures all too evident in previous years, was one of bullish confidence, and a strong and general desire to confirm and defend the title, as outlined by team principal Jean Todt.
15 Corse A detailed look at the new Ferari for 2001
Ferrari F2001

Giorgio Piola

Giorgio Piola

In comparing last year's car, the F1-2000, with the new F2001 of this year, you can immediately see the different philosophies of the designs, which start right from the nose. Last year, Ferrari remained with the concept of the high nose, but now it has abondoned that style and the nose of the F2001 droops markedly. The new chassis overall is also interesting; it is quite tall, taller even than last year's car.
20 Corse Formula 1
FIA Formula One Championship

Marc Sonnery

Ferrari Spa

Australian Grand Prix - March 3, 2001
Malaysian Grand Prix - March 18, 2001
Brazilian Grand Prix - April 1, 2001
San Marino Grand Prix - April 15, 2001
Spanish Grand Prix - April 29, 2001
24 Corse FIA-GT racing begins in Europe
The cars, the teams, the first races

Hugo Garritsen, Manfred Steinert

MPS Editorial Services

First Test Session at Valencia, Spain
Test Session at Monza, Italy
First Race - Monza, Italy
Second Race - Brno, Czech Republic
Team Rafanelli
Wieth Racing
JMB Competition
26 Mercato Mercato
The market as of June 1, 2001, from a survey of selected dealers
28 Feature Ferrari 360 Spider - Your staff contemplates
Some thoughts, quite random, on Ferrari's newest toy, and on being a convertible

Marc Sonnery

Marc Sonnery

More difficult than it would at first appear - taking the top off a coupe or berlinetta an making it look good, not only with the top completely off but also with the new soft top in place. Ferrari and Pininfarina appear to have done the dead successfully.
34 Feature Monaco Memories
The 1952 winning Ferrari 225 S brought to you in words and photos

Keith G. Bluemel

Keith G. Bluemel, Ludvigsen Library

At the Cavallino Classic X in January of 2001, we had in attendance the winning car in the 1952 Monaco Grand Prix, the only year it was held for sports cars. A closer look at Ferrari 225 Sport, chassis number 0154 ED, courtesy of Sir Anthony Bamford of England.
41 Feature Venezia
Two exquisite creations on the 456 GT chassis

Keith G. Bluemel

Keith G. Bluemel

An exclusive look at two special Ferrari, commissioned by the elusive Royal Family of Brunei. Ferrari 456 GTA Station Wagon, s/n 103190 and Ferrari 456 GT Cabriolet, s/n 104023
46 Notizie Some news of interest from the Geneva Auto Show

Hugo Garritsen, Andreas Meiniger

Andreas Meiniger

46 Notizie All the Ferrari World Championship winning cars displayed at Maranello

Lars Beringer

47 Notizie Results from Retromobile, Amsterdam AutoRAI, Villa d'Este and Amelia Island
For your serial number files

Keith Bluemel, Hugo Garritsen, Marcel Massini

48 Notizie Ferrari wins Sport Class in 2001 Tour Auto

Marcel Massini, Pierre Goossens, J.Y. Thonnard

Marcel Massini, Pierre Goossens

The Tour Auto is not easy, covering hundreds of miles through France, with special competitions along the way at various race tracks. It is fiercely contested, and not only by Ferraris. To win a category is exceptional and this year a Ferrari has done it. The Ferrari 275 GTB/4, s/n 10525, of Martin Sucari and Jose Luis Celada, both from Argentina, won the "Sport" class, which is in essence the rally class.
54 Galleria Galleria
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