|Publishing||John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 56 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of FerrariCover The Ferrari 330 GT 2+2, s/n 6573
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.
Some thoughts and observations from you, our readers
Recent auction results to ponder
Prestige Auction, DPO-Organisation, Noga-Hilton, Geneva, March 14, 1990
Poulain-Le Fur Action, Palais de Congres, Paris, France, April 2, 1990
Where to see Ferraris in public in 1990
Ferrari Literature source
As you know, the Ferrari Factory has pumped out hundreds of pieces of literature over the years (more than types of cars, in fact), king one think that dealing is such a fertile field would be particularly easy, but the Factory had the almost perverse inclination to often print very few examples of many of the pieces.
So you have a big selection, but some examples are exceedingly hard to find.
The Roaring Races - The True Story of Enzo Ferrari Race Car Driver
by Giulio Schmidt, translated: Pietro Castiglioni
We thoroughly enjoyed this book when we first went through the Italian edition, but we've enjoyed it even more now that it's been translated into English. It's a great story, about a great era, and about a great man (our founding Father, after all), and it's a great read.
The racing life of Enzo Ferrari from 1919 to 1931 has been exhaustively researched by the author.
Ferrari 348 - The Inside Story
A look inside at some of the things that make this Ferrari a marvel
A very nice engineering drawing of the 348 TB chassis. The forward and center sections are a form of uni-body construction, monocoque to a certain extent. The rear section holding the engine, transmission, and rear suspension is made up the old tube frame way, and as a unit, it is detachable from the main chassis.
Ferrari 375 MM s/n 0362 - the numbers game
We present to you a beautiful 375 MM Pinin Farina Spyder...but which one it is?
Courtesy of European Auto Sales, Courtesy Richard F. Merritt, Corrado Millanta
We begin with a quick history lesson, The year is 1950. There former team manager of the Alfa Romeo team, a Mr. Enzo Ferrari, now has his own team with his own cars, not surprisingly carrying the name Ferrari. Sig. Ferrari had started the postwar years by hiring one of the best engine designers available in Italy, Ing. Gioacchino Colombo, from their mutual former employer, Alfa Romeo.
330 GT 2+2
Somewhat plain, somewhat tame, but still a Ferrari all the same
We must admit, at times, to being elitist in our approach to Ferraris, in that we often gravitate to the more notable, and often notorious, examples of the Ferrari marque, with the natural result that we just as often overlook, or file away for future study and appreciation, the more prosaic and mundane specimens of Ferrari production.
Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 serial numbers
Dyke Ridgley, Hilary Raab
Ferraris at Zandvoort
Some venerable Ferraris at this venerable Dutch track
One of the grand old race tracks of a grand old era during the grand old days of Ferrari Grand Prix racing was the Zandvoort circuit in the seaside dunes near the small resort town of Zandvoort in Holland, now the Netherlands. It is still there, although no longer used for important races, which is quite sad, since it was one of the premier events of the Formula One calendar, hosting the Dutch Grand Prix from 1950s to the mid 1980s.
Horsepower greets Horsepower at Fiorano
Ferrari receives an F-104
For anyone truly enamoured of Ferraris, a visit to the Factory can be a nearly mystical experience. From time to time, visitors have even left with a small gift to help them remember their day. Some have appreciated the opportunity so much that they actually left a gift for Ferrari. Most recently, the Italian Air Force left an F-104!
Courtesy FAF Motorcars
There is only one Ferrari dealer in the state of Georgia and it happens to be one of the best authorized Ferrari dealers in the Unites States! It is one of the few that are selling Ferraris exclusively, and its goal is to make owning a Ferrari a total pleasure. FAF's service department is outstanding and it is second to none for genuine Ferrari parts.
F40s at Paul Ricard
Yes, we are impressed. Here are fifteen F40s at the Paul Ricard Circuit at Le Castellet, France, on February 4, 1990. They were all sold by the French Ferrari Importer, Ch. Pozzi, to his select customers. The purpose at the gathering was to familiarize the new owners with their cars, at a place where high speeds could be obtained, and where generous run off areas allowed for a safer learning experience.
Ferrari Museum Maranello opens
Keith G. Bluemel
After a long gestation period, the Ferrari Museum in the Viale Ing. Dino Ferrari, Maranello, finally opened its doors to the public on February 13, 1990. The museum is housed within the purpose built Centro Civico. The whole museum area of the building is light and airy, due to the abundance of glass in the structure, which provides good natural light for viewing and photographing the exhibits.
Retromobile Show Paris
Retromobile, the classic car show which sets the standard by which others are judged, and which they seek to emulate in presentation, content and attendance, opened its doors to the classic hungry public on February 9 to present its largest assembly of classic automobiles to date.
United States Grand Prix
Round number one for the 1990 F1 season began with the United States Grand Prix, location downtown Phoenix, Arizona. This is the second year of a five year contract with the City of Phoenix, and this particular year involved a date change from June (where the temperatures often exceed 100º) to the more comfortable month of March.
Brazilian Grand Prix - A Ferrari win 641/2 announced
When you hire the World Champion ... need any more be said? Alain Prost won his sixth Brazilian race, and in only his second drive for Ferrari. Although it must be said that if Senna had not had a mishap, Prost might not have caught him, but on the plus side, once Prost did gain the lead, there was no way Senna was able to catch him.
Possible Ferrari Entries in GT Racing
European Auto Sales, Courtesy MJM, Marco Meastrini
The European Auto Sales Ferrari 308 / GTO Ferrari race car, destined for IMSA GTU racing, is finally coming together. If nothing else, s/n 20537 will win a Concours d'Elegance in the competition division, so nice is the detailing and workmanship.
Another 308 racing project is being finalized by MJM Enterprises of Bethel, Connecticut and HRE Motorcars of Freeport, New York. It's a Ferrari 308 GT4, s/n 10716, and it will be able to race in IMSA GTU.
There is a big push in Italy to get some 348 TBs into GT competition, and whether this means regular 348s made into race cars, or the rumoured 348 "Sport", we don't know.
New Ferrari announced
Hopefully to have been seen already at the San Marino GP, as you read this, was the new Ferrari 641/2, announced in March. This car was directly derivative of the preceding 641, but it had in it more of the thoughts of the new post-Barnard technical team assembled at Maranello.
Ferrari to supply Minardi with engines
Speaking of Ferrari engines, the Ferrari team stunned the racing world and announced in April that it will officially supply the Grand Prix engines to the Italian Minardi team in 1991, to be used in the Minardi chassis.
Whither F40 LM ... ?
The on-again off-again career of the Ferrari F40 LM continues apace. The car was going to start at Daytona or Sebring, but actual racing was put off until June. Team Ferrari France reserved several days of test time at the Mid Ohio race track in April, but this was cancelled. In the meantime, the Michelotto people, who developed and built these racing F40s, remember, had a car at Fiorano to test Pirelli and Goodyear race rubber.
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