|Publishing||John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 80 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Journal of Ferrari HistoryCover The Ferrari 330 P4, s/n 0856, photographed at Pebble Beach
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.
Here is what we have for you in this issue number 145
Where Ferraris can be found in 2005
Comments from your fellow readers
Jane Earls Collection
Ferrari in GT racing for 2004
The 2004 season winds down with some last minute successes
Keith Bluemel, Hugo Garritsen, Jacquie Groom
Ferrari SpA, Courtesy of Bahrain GT Festival
FIA GT - Zhuhai, China - November 14
Bahrain GT Festival - Bahrain - November 25-26
A new "Superamerica" is announced
If you were at Monterey this past August, and received the right invitation, you were maybe able to push your way through a crush of people to see this surprise unveiling. There were rumours of something new, and everyone thought of the then still secret F430, but the Ferrari staff kept murmuring about the "glass car", so everyone was very successfully kept in the dark until the moment the drape was pulled off to much fanfare.
A new "V-8" is announced as well
We jumped the gun to bit by showing you photographs of the new F430 in the last issue, but they were such beautiful images and we had them in hand, so they went to press without delay.
But it was in September that the car was introduced, and with quite a splash at the Mondial de l'Automobile 2004, which to us is the Paris Auto Show.
French Quarter Classic
The 5th annual French Quarter Classic highlights Ferrari, and fun
The 2004 edition of the Ferrari French Quarter Classic in New Orleans took place on November 11-14. This year's event, the largest ever, featured upwards to 120 cars taking part in events ranging from a police escorted road rally from downtown New Orleans to Interstate 10 on an 80 mile excursion out to Grand Bayou Raceway for a full day of track time, to a Concours, and to numerous social events.
DIno Double Take
A reunion of 0776 & 0778 - two brothers in arms
Keith Bluemel, Marcel Massini
Keith Bluemel, Peter Coltrin, Courtesy of Ferret Photographic, Courtesy of Massini Collection
The Dino story started on January 19, 1932, when Enzo Ferrari's wife, Laura, gave birth to their only child, Alfredino, who became known affectionately by the diminutive of his name "Dino." Unfortunately, he was not a strong child, suffering poor health with debilitating muscular dystrophy, eventually dying of nephritis when only 24 years old on June 30, 1956.
P ... as in 330 P4 & s/n 0856
An appreciation of one of the most outstanding models ever made by Ferrari, and look at one particularly fine example
Chris McNeil, Alexis Callier Collection, Ludvigsen Collection
Its shape has been described as evocative, sexy, breathtaking, and just plain beautiful. It's certainly all of those, and a whole lot more. But despite its star quality good looks, the real essence of Ferrari's 330 P4 is what lies beneath its skin, that magical four liter V-12 engine that has Mauro Forghieri's signature all over it.
A Guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of February 1, 2005... from a survey of selected dealers
Expanded with more information, model type, s/n range, etc. Continually updated!
The first victorious 575M GTC
A day with Ferrari's newest GT race car
Xavier de Nombel
In August 2000, on my way to the Formula One Grand Prix of Belgium at Spa, on a drizzling Thursday afternoon, I was invited by Frederic For, who had just convinced Prodrive to develop a racing version of the Maranello 550, to see the car for its fist appearance on the Dijon race track in the heart of French Burgundy. The Prodrive car was the first prototype, and was driven by Alain Menu, who was the test driver for the Prodrive team.
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