Cavallino Magazine issue 215

October / November 2016

Language American English language icon American English
Publishing John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504
Dimensions softcover, 80 pages, 208 x 277 mm

American English language icon Cover The famous Breadvan

Peter Singhof

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 215, October / November 2016

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
6 Ecco Ecco
Our menu for you in this 215
8 Lettere Lettere

Roberto Brandoli, Nick Coenen, Drew Kelley, John W. Linfesty, Jess Pourret, Jim Sitz, Jonathan Pittaway

Cavallino Staff, John W. Linfesty, Arnaud Meunier, Paolo D'Alessio, The Canepa Collection

Interesting comments from your fellow historians, readers and enthusiasts
14 Notizie Sport & Collection for charity
Ferrari Concours Results

Olivier Bidaud, Arnaud Meunier

Olivier Bidaud, Arnaud Meunier

Neither the ongoing strikes, the fuel shortages, or the regional flooding discouraged the French Ferrari fans and the public from attending the 22nd edition of Sport & Collection, on the first weekend of June. Indeed, several hundreds of Ferraris (more than 500 according to the organizers!) gathered in Le Vigeant, making it undeniably one of the largest Ferrari events in Europe. Held each year on the Circuit du Val de Vienne, in the very middle of France, this event has always aimed at raising money for cancer research.
16 Notizie Ferrari Club of America International Meet
Ferrari Club of America International Concours

Cathy Roush

Clem Simmons

The Ferrari Club of America Annual meet was held in Columbus, Ohio in June, mainly to take advantage of the famed Mid-Ohio race track. But it was more than just track time, as there was a full complement of other enticements, including tours, lectures, demonstrations, meetings, lunches and dinners, and of course, the fabled Concours of Ferraris. It was a full field, held on the manicured grounds of the Brookside Country Club, with many worthy winners, and it also had a tribute of 15 cars to the late restorer Wayne Obry.
18 Auto Da Corsa Storica 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed
Lord March hosts another extravaganza at this ancestral estate

Keith Bluemel

Keith Bluemel

The 24th annual Goodwood Festival of Speed, was its usual majestic cornucopia of an eclectic variety of automobiles and motorcycles, spanning from pioneers of motor sport from the beginninng of the 20th centrury to supercars of today, with almost everything conceivable in between.
24 Auto Da Corsa Storica 2016 Le Mans Classic
Patrick Peter pulls off another extraordinary race event

Arnaud Meunier, Olivier Bidaud

Hugo Garritsen

The revival of the historical aspects of the Le Mans 24 Hours is called the Le Mans Classic, which takes place every other year at the beginning of July, on the actual Le Mans race track, the same as used in the middle of June by the modern Sports and GTs. This 8th staging of the Le Mans Classic was organized by Peter Auto and the Automobile Club de l'Ouest, and this biennial event has became a real crowd pleaser over the years. Among the participants, more than 550 race cars from 1923 to 1981 were on track and something around 8.500 more cars were in the surrounds of the race track!
28 Letteratura Ferrari Gli Otto Cilindri 1954-1965
Expert Francesco Scaletti covers all the esoteric details

Keith Bluemel

This is the second book by Francesco Scaletti, and is a matching companion work to his "Ferrari I Quattro Cilindri" which was published in 1998. Like that book, it has been published in a limited edition of 1200 copies, on high quality paper, and has a matching red cloth cover and hard slipcase.
33 Feature The 250 GT in the Tour de France Automobile
6th Tour de France Automobile - September 15th to 21rd, 1957

Germain Malléjac

Maurice Louche Archives

The many spectators that had lined the roadside during the Tour de France Automobile of 1956 were eagerly awaiting the return match. The enthusiasm of the drivers for this event was equally important, with no less than 170 applications having been received at the headquarters of the Automobile Club of Nice, before the deadline for registration (the number of competitors was limited to 120).
43 Auto Da Corsa Storica The South American Summer Tour 1952
It's cold up north but warm down south

Tony Watson

Fundación Fangio

The privateer Ferraris were victorious in all seven rounds of the season-opening, South American Tour in January/February/March of 1952 in Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay resepectively.
52 Galleria Monterey Galleria Monterey
Carmel by the Sea, CA - August 16, 2016

Keith Bluemel

Keith Bluemel

Tuesday begins the Monterey week of activities, and for a decade now it has started off with the always casual but always sophisticated Concour on the Avenue in Carmel, a town which is saved from coying cuteness by its sheer natural beauty.
54 Galleria Monterey Galleria Monterey
Quail Lodge, Carmel Valley, CA - August 19, 2016

Jarrett Rothmeier

Denis L. Tanney, Manfred Steinert

The Quail - a Motorsports Gathering has expanded greatly in the past few years, giving more room for the cars and the exhibits, but doing so without losing its unique blend of great cars, food and wine in a calm, intimate and relaxed setting.
56 Galleria Monterey Galleria Monterey
Black Horse Golf Club - Seaside, CA - Augsut 20, 2016

Jarrett Rothmeier

Manfred Steinert

Concorso Italiano continued its amazing ability to attract the quintessence of Italian machinery from around the world.
58 Galleria Monterey Galleria Monterey
Pebble Beach, CA - August 21, 2016

Chris Current, Jarrett Rothmeier

Denis L. Tanney, Manfred Steinert

Still the most important of all shows, and it proved it again with automobiles from all over the world gathered on the 18th fairway of the Pebble Beach Golf Course to contend for the title of Best of Show.
60 Galleria Monterey Galleria Monterey
Laguna Seca, CA - August 18-21, 2016

Denis L. Tanney

The Laguna Seca race track was very active on three days of the Monterey Weekend hosting the long-running showcase of old racing cars in action.
62 Galleria Monterey Casa Ferrari
Carmel, CA - August 17-21, 2016

Morgan Theys

Continuing on the very successful theme of last year, corporate Ferrari once again took over that old Carmel gas station and the surrounding gardens and buildings to host another pop-up Italian village, the Casa Ferrari Carmel.
64 Corse Wandering the desert it seems
FIA Formula One Championship

Cavallino Staff

Ferrari SpA

Austria 07/03
Great Britain 07/10
Hungary 07/24
Germany 07/31
Belgium 08/28
Italy 09/04
66 Corse Ferrari GT results for your files

Hugo Garritsen, Ferrari SpA

68 Guida All Ferraris produced & Guide to the Market
As of October 1, 2016

Keith Bluemel, Cavallino Staff

The GT, Sport and Production Ferraris, with pertinent information and values.
72 Mercato Recent auctions reach a plateau
Auctions confirm what we all knew - a hesitation to the blow-out of the last several years

Cavallino Staff, Arnaud Meunier

Olivier Bidaud

It wasn't pretty, if you looked at the percentages of Ferraris sold, both at the lone Artcurial auction in France in july, followed five weeks later by the massive amounts of Ferrars for sale at Monterey in August. And the trend was that the more Ferraris you took on, the lower your sale percentage and the more late model Ferraris you took on, your sales percentage dropped dramatically.