|Publishing||John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 96 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Journal of Ferrari HistoryCover The Ferrari 166 Dino F2, s/n 0002, at the Autodomo di Modena with its progenitor Enzo Ferrari
Courtesy of Klementaski Collection
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 special issue, number 161
Some thoughts and opinions, plus some updates on several unique Ferraris, from your fellow readers
Michael Gregg, Jerry McDermott, Keith Bluemel, Courtesy Keith Bluemel
The season becomes a battle between Ferrari & McLaren, on track & off
F1 - France - July 1
F1 - Great Britain - July 8
F1 - Germany (European GP) - July 22
Ferrari continues on a winning course in all the GT competitions across the globe
FIA GT - Monza - June 24
FIA GT - Oschersleben - July 8
FIA GT - Spa - July 28-29
ALMS - Lime Rock - July 7
ALMS - Mid-Ohio - July 22
LMS - Nürburgring - July 1
Ferraris play an increasingly larger role over the long Monterey Weekend
Ferrari at Monterey
Marcel Massini, Tish Thinesen, Andreas Birner
It is an extraordinary affair that is becoming larger, longer, more complex, and yes, more frustrating, but in the end you can't say no. If you are in either the business end or the enthusiast end of the car hobby, or anywhere in between, all roads lead to Monterey in August. It was an exhilarating week of activity, as you can well imagine, and only if you have been there and tried to do everything, can you really imagine the sheer impossibility of it all.
The Quail - Quail Lodge, Carmel Valley, CA - August 17, 2007
Concorso Italiano - Black Horse Golf Club, Seaside, CA - August 17, 2007
34th annual Rolex Monterey Historic Automobile Races - Laguna Sca, CA - August 17-19, 2007
57th Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance - Pebble Beach, CA - August 19, 2007
Gooding & Company auction - Monterey, CA
Christie's auction - Monterey, CA
The Monterey Sportcars auction by RM Auctions - Monterey, CA
Bonhams Auction - Carmel, CA
Mondena Motorsport Track Days
Nürburgring, Germany - June 26-27, 2007
Although the cool and unpromising weather conditions detracted some entrants from attending, the turnout was still good, despite constant showers and strong winds on the first day giving attendees a wet and wild ride on the track. The raison d'être of the meeting is to provide participants with plenty of track time to exercise their "Cavallino Rampante" along with some high performance cars or other makes.
166 Dino F2 - Small but Terrific
The story of these valuable gems as told by one who has studied all the facts
Brian K. Joscelyne, Peter Hutton, Peter Coltrin / The Klementaski Collection, Nigel Snowdon / The Klementaski Collection, Courtesy Mauriche Louche
From the beginning of its history, the Scuderia Ferrari has always participated in Formula Two races whenever they were run, and it obtained many successes there. In 1967, because of favorable conditions, the opportunity was again presented to Ferrari to participate once more. The rules of the Formula Two European Championship has been changed, and now the engines could have up to six cylinders, and a displacement of between 1.3 and 1.6 litres.
The 166 Dino F2 Story
Peter Coltrin / The Klementaski Collection
Since I was the first person to driver the 1967 Dino Formula 2 car, I suppose that a few words from me are relevant to this article. In 1966, I drove in F3 for the small, Rome based constructor, De Sanctis, and we had a very successful season. They pampered me, did anything I asked, Rome was still a beautiful city, and I was happy. Then, Enzo Ferrari summoned me to Maranello, on a Sunday, and I signed a contract to driver the F2 car and probably some sports cars in 1967.
MM Masterpiece - a mystery investigated
The Ferrari 250 MM Pinin Farina Berlinetta, s/n 0338 MM
The 250 MM model owes its name to the victory of Giovanni Bracco and Alfonso Rolfo in a Vignale bodied Ferrari 250 Sport berlinetta, fitted with a new Colombo designed three liter V-12 engine, ni the 1952 Mille Miglia race. The new three liter sports competition model for the 1953 season was fitted with this type of engine, and was baptized with the suffix "MM" in its model title, in celebration of the engine's victory in its first competition appearance; thus the 250 MM was born.
Gifts to Consider
Creative Miniature Associates
Marshall Buck specializes in beautiful hand built models, but occasionally issues some limited editions. This is unique - a sculpture of a shape we know so well, instead of an actual model. This "barchetta" design is imbued with so much history of its own that is can truly stand on its own.
250 GTO become jewelery
Gifts to Consider
TMB Art Metal is a London based company which is set to introduce unique, luxury items for men. They have designed a collection of beautifully crafted limited edition cufflinks and objets, but with an important difference. Each piece is cast incorporating actual "donor" metal from some of the world's most iconic cars, aeroplanes or boats.
Daimonds for Ferrari - Bowden Cables
In the ancient times before micro chips, computers and drive-by-wire gadgetry, Ferrari used a variety of "Bowden cables" to transmit motion from one location to another. The examples that come to mind on the 250 series cars are the speedometer and tachometer cables, the control for the radiator blind and the throttle cable, the choke, and the cable that activated the hot water valve for the heater.
Where the Ferraris are and will be in 2007 and 2008
A Guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of October 1, 2007... from a survey of selected dealers
Yes, the Monterey auctions proved that the Ferrari market is strong and growing, for most model types. The recent financial meltdown saw all types of investments get hit - real estate, equities, bonds, etc. There was no safe place to move your assets ... except commodities and collectibles. The first sign of a booming Ferrari market has came in the spring, when everyone was who wise to get out of real estate did so, and put their money into hard assets.
Some products and services of interest, from Ferrari people who want to reach you