Cavallino Magazine issue 203

October / November 2014

Language American English language icon American English
Publishing John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504
Dimensions softcover, 96 pages, 208 x 277 mm

American English language icon Cover The luscious Ferrari 250 GT/L Lusso, s/n 4415 GT, photographed at The Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida

Jerry Wyszatycki

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 203, October / November 2014

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
2 Ecco Ecco
Our menu for you in this number 203
3 Assistenza Assistenza
Some helpful information for you
6 Lettere Lettere
Commentary, useful information and differing opinions from your fellow readers.
8 Auto Storica A wonderful Life: the exploits of Jack Rutherfurd
Ferrari 340 America, s/n 0120 A

Chris Brehm

Courtesy Chris Brehm

The Life & Times of Jack Rutherfurd, the man who set a land speed record for European sports cars with a Ferrari 340 America, s/n 0129 A, in 1954 at Daytona Beach.
24 Auto Storica Life on the 1000 Miglia Storica
Four days, 1000 miles, no sleep - but driving a Ferrari in Italy

Ken Roath

Jerry Wyszatycki, Peter Singhof

Owner Ken Roath takes his 1955 Ferrari 250 Europa GT Coupé Pinin Farina, s/n 0419 GT, for the third time on this endless journey, and recounts it for you first-hand.
28 Notizie Ferrari Le 250 Tornano a Casa
The Ferrari 250s return home

Keith Bluemel

Keith Bleumel

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the last production year of the 250 series in 1964, namely the 250 GT Lusso, Brandon Wang organised a tour for friends with models in the 250 production range, which he named "Ferrari Le 250 Tornado a Casa". The purpose of the event was to have a leisure touring rally, taking in sights, culture, excellent accommodation in luxury hotels, together with fine food and wine to satisfy the inner needs, driving the cars in the mannier to which they were accustomed.
32 Notizie Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014

Keith Bluemel

Peter Singhof

The Festival of Speed begins summer fun - cars, planes, boats, and bikes - all you can handle.
39 Feature Ferraris Beauty Queen
The Luxury that is the Lusso

Alan Boe

Jerry Wyszatycki

It was perfection from the start - from prototype to production with only a few minor changes.
The Ferrari 250 GT/L Lusso was a beauty born from birth, with no growing pains or adolescent hesitation.
Includes a closer look at one perfect example, s/n 4415 GT.
53 Feature Concours on the Avenue
Monterey 2014 presented by Talacrest

Cavallino Staff

Keith Bluemel, Vincent Yernaux

The streets of the quaint and picturesque village of Carmel were lined with glamorous and exciting cars again this year on the Tuesday, the 12th, and the attendees were very grateful for this chance to see some truly wonderful cars in such a charming setting, and this year under beautiful skies.
56 Feature The Quail - a Motorsports Gathering
Monterey 2014 presented by Talacrest

Cavallino Staff

Vincent Yernaux

The Quail - a Motorsports Gathering has become "the" fashionable event of the Monterey Week, and that's not a negative, since the organizers want an event that reflects their brand - the posh and known-for-service Peninsula Hotels around the world.
This they have achieved by having a restricted number of quality cars, sponsors and attendees, all on the grounds of the very pleasant Quail Lodge and Resort.
58 Feature Concorso Italiano
Monterey 2014 presented by Talacrest

Cavallino Staff

Vincent Yernaux, Keith Bluemel

Its a brilliant move, Concorso Italiano moved this year from Fridays to Saturday, relieving a multi-year conflict with the Quail event. This freed up endless traffic jams but also freed up endless enthusiasts who now could take in both shows for a whole day, instead of having to split the experience and dash from one to the other like mad people.
60 Feature Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
Monterey 2014 presented by Talacrest

Cavallino Staff

Vincent Yernaux, Chris Current, Dennis L. Tanney

All of this Monterey madness began with the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance over 60 years ago, and it was still the dominant force of the week this year, bar none. It was huge, it had more of everything, it had the best cars from all over the world, and it was successful - it was a "happening".
The quality of the classic cars was outstanding, with many "99+" cars competing head to head for only 1-2-3 in the various classes, and some honorary awards.
63 Feature Monterey Motorsports Reunion & Sundry
Monterey 2014 presented by Talacrest

Cavallino Staff

Alan Yorgason, Vincent Yernaux

The Ferrari field was small again at Laguna Seca, and as before, it was first and foremost a generational change, as more and younger spectators want to see what they watched growing up, and in this case here at the Monterey Motorsports Reunion, that means USRRC cars, IMSA GT cars and GTU/GTO cars, Formula Atlantic cars, Trans-Am cars, FIA Champ and GTP cars, and Stock Cars.
65 Feature The Monterey Auctions - all the results
Monterey 2014 presented by Talacrest

Keith Bluemel, Vincent Yernaux, Rick Carey

Keith Bluemel, Bonhams

Thirty-nine Ferraris sold for a total (with commissions) of $205,922,500 in the six auctions at Monterey in August. And that's just the Ferraris that sold on hammer bids of a million dollars or more.
That's more million dollar Ferraris than the whole Ferrari sale in 2009.
74 Auto da Corsa Storica Le Mans Classic 2014
Ferraris show their age at Le Mans Classic 2014

Arnaud Meunier, Olivier Bidaud

Arnaud Meunier, Olivier Bidaud

As all passionate race car fans know, the Le Mans Classic is a revival of the history of the sacred 24 Hours of Le Mans, organized by Peter Auto in partnership with the A.C.O.
For this seventh edition, the weather was capricious, with sunny and hot tests day, then followed by two race days under a changing sky, cloudy and rain, which did not facilitate the task for the pilots who came to offer a spectacle for the 110,000 spectators at the track.
77 Corse A neat Ferrari soon to be passed over
An inside look at complex innards of the 2014 Ferrari F14T

Paolo D'Alessio

A beautiful monoposto destined to be forgotten, however. Its crime? It has not found a way to make the most of the complex new rules governing Formule One in 2014. It has improved greatly through the year, going from "also ran" to "contender" but is still just a bit short.
78 Corse Ferrari in Formula One 2014
Our team slowly slides off-pace

Keith Bluemel

Ferrari's hopes for 2014 are dashed, with one of its worst seasons on record drawing to a close. Changes have been made and more are promised. We can hope.
A review of Britain, Germany, Hungary, Belgium and Italy.
80 Corse Ferrari GT Update 2014
GT Ferraris flood the globe - the racer of choice

Keith Bluemel

Hugo Garritsen

Ferrari 458 GT2s and GT3s continue very strong in Europe and America.
85 Guida All Ferraris produced & Guide to the Market
As of October 1, 2014

Keith Bluemel, Cavallino Staff

The GT, Sport and Production Ferrari values, reflecting continued upward momentum and new base price levels
91 Mercato Ferraris at recent auctions 2014

Keith Bluemel

The Ferrari market is definitively strong, with continued sales strength and no end in sight. Everyone held their breath at the Monterey auctions, waiting to see if the end had truly come, as it must at some point. But the end didn't come; rather, nearly all the Ferraris met their reserves, many did better than expected, some were over the moon, and a few were on another planet.