|Publishing||John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 96 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Journal of Ferrari HistoryCover The Ferrari 250 TR, s/n 0756 TR, photographed at Ferrari Classiche
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.
Our currated menu of speciality items for you in this 229.
Crevits Family Archive, Ferrari SpA, Mario Laguna, Paolo D'Alessio
Crevits caption corrected; Dinos remembered & counted; wings needed?
Exposition Ferrari in Monaco
Le Collection de Voitures de S.A.S. le Prince de Monaco
The Collection de Voitures de S.A.S. Le Prince de Monaco, in Fontvieille, Monaco, is hosting an exhibition of Ferrari between December 3, 2018 and March 15, 2019, which spans no less than 47 models produced over the years. The earliest example on display is a 1952 Ferrari 225 S Vignale Spider, together with another three '50s sports racing cars, all in differing hues of deep red, within the display, through to a Ferrari F12 TdF and a LaFerrari Aperta.
Bridging the generations in Ferraris
Automotive events come in all shapes and sizes but can be defined into four main categories - show, tour, track or rally. Within these broad categories, there are a plethora of themes to differentiate one from the other. It is therefore good to see a new one on the scene with a different and wholly original concept, actually a trove of new events, all focused on this perception of fathers and children driving together in a multi-day rally, sharing each other's company and enjoying the pleasure of driving on superior roads and through spectacular scenery.
Sport & Collection
A annual event to combat a debilitating disease
On the first weekend of June was held the largest yearly Ferrari event in France. More than 500 Ferraris were announced on the Le Vigeant track, in the heart of France, in an annual event to raise money for research for cancer.
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Ferrari Finali Mondiali at Monza
Ferrari celebrates with Cars & Customers
Despite the fact that Scuderia Ferrari could win neither the Constructors' title nor the Drivers' title in the 2018 Formula One Championship, the yearly Ferrari Finali Mondiali event gathered a very enthusiastic crowd for its return to Monza, Italy, twelve years after the 2006 edition there.
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Testa Rossa Rally & Tour visit the Old West
Any anniversary is a good enough excuse to drive
It is not that unusual when Ferrari owners get together to share some time with their beloved cars, nor is it particularly unusual when owners of certain specific Ferrari models come together to share collective experiences, since Ferrari types are so individual and idiosyncratic from each other that it is fruitful to share one's joys and sorrows.
Dick Morgensen's Testa Rossa
The most original red head - Raced often, never crashed, wonderful preserved
Ferrari Classiche, Ron Kloetzli
Its first owner was Phoenix, Arizona, businessman, Dick Morgensen who bought it new in August, 1958.
He quicky nicknamed his TR the "Old Red Sled" and always ran it on race number 46 because that was the number on his SCCA competition license.
His best year was in 1959. Morgensen won eight races that season and had enough other high finishes to win the D Modified Championship in the Pacific Coast Driver's series.
Jess G. Pourret remembered
Arnaud Blanfuney, Pierre Coquet
Arnaud Blanfuney Archives
Jess G. Pourret was one of the greatest Ferrari historians, and it was with great sadness that we learned his recent passing. He was notably known for his great knowledge of the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinettas - TdF, SWB and GTO - on which he wrote the famous book "The Ferrari Legend - 250 GT Competition" published by a certain John W. Barnes, Jr. Publishing Inc. in 1977.
The new book on Ferrari by Luca Dal Monte
Power, politics and the making of an automotive empire
Michael T. Lynch
At last, we have an English language biography of Enzo Ferrari that is fitting for the subject. The book, Dal Monte's fifth, covering over 950 pages, was released in Italy in 2016 as Ferrari Rex. As with all books, new material cascaded in after the book's Italian publication. Dal Monte was uniquely poised to take on an English language version which would include all the new material that had come to light.
Ferrari Monza SP1 officially introduced in Paris
Ferrari turns a corner for its special project cars
Michael Schumacher Private Collection
A long lasting tribute to a True Champion
Michael Schumacher is the most successful Grand Prix driver ever with seven Formula One World Championship titles. And during his long career he collected many of the cars he drove and kept his trophies, helmets, overalls, gloves, etc.
Since June 2018 a large part of his collection has been on permanent display at Motorworld in Köln, Germany. In this free access exhibit, you walk past the whole career of Michael Schumacher, starting with a Formula Ford single-seater.
Phil Hill the renaissance man was there
Images record what was there - we must extract the memories
Fhil Hill (1927-2008) was Ferrari's 1961 Formula One World Champion Driver - and the first, and to date only, American born sportsman to win world class motor racing's premier road racing title.
A deeply thoughtful, cultured, decent man, Phil was also a very fine and accomplished engineer, a highly succesful car restorer. Through all his racing up to 1962, Phil used his favoured Leica camera "... to show the folks back home" the motor racing scene he loved, in quality color.
The F1 season ends with titles just out of reach
FIA Formula One Championship
Abu Dhabi 11/25
GT season produces good results
2018 GT season review
IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship
Pirelli World Challenge
FIA World Endurance Championship
European Le Mans Series
Michelin Le Mans Cup
Blancpain Sprint Cup
Blancpain Endurance Cup
Blancpain GT Sports Club
European International GT Open Series
Gulf 12 Hours Race
Asian Le Mans Series
All Ferraris produced & Pricing Guide to the Market
As of February 1, 2019
Keith Bluemel, Cavallino Staff
The GT, Sport and Production Ferraris, with pertinent information and values.
What's next for the Ferrari Market
Some idle thoughts & comments
The market is stagnant at the moment, there's no other way to call it. Classic cars are selling, the big ones better than others. At the auction houses, cars are reaching the low end of estimates. Much of this has to do, not with the cars themselves, but with the recent stock market fluctuations, which has everyone nervous.
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