|Publishing||John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 64 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of FerrariCover Ferrari F40 from L'Idea Ferrari
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 from some of your Fellow Enthusiasts plus Additions and Corrections
Opinions on the Ferrari Market and results of some recent Auctions
Geoffrey Goddard, Courtesy of Sportier Auction
The Ferrari market is in disarray at the moment, to day the least, and event hough we have been chastised by several of our advertisers and potential advertisers (even to the point where they have pulled theirs ads) because we mentioned this unstable market in our last issue, we cannot report otherwise.
Where to see Ferraris in public in 1990
The Ferrari F40 in miniature
Ferrari F40 and F40 LM models arrive
Herpa, a West German company known for their fine HO scale models, has begun a new line ("Collection") in the international collector's scale of 1/43.
Their first model, and one of the finest "mass produced" models to date in this scale, is the "street" F40.
The 1990 Mille Miglia
A great tradition continues, and, as always, Ferrari was there
Mark Wallach, Marcel Massini
A Competition Boano
Ferrari 250 GT Boano, s/n 0441 GT / 0525 GT carries the flag
In those ancient, antic days of the late 1940s, and all of the 1950s, racing was everything at Ferrari, and it wasn't just for the glory. Mr. Ferrari himself once said, "What wins on Sunday, I sell on Monday, to make the payroll for the week." Facetious or not, it was amazing the number of Ferraris thrown into the battle every weekend, some directly from the Factory for the Factory team's use, some for specially selected clients with the talent and resources to run a good race.
June 7 - September 30, 1990, Forte di Belvedere, Florence, Italy
Hollywood Sport Cars, Cavallino Magazine
Courtesy of the Ferrari Archives, Courtesy of Carrozzeria Touring, Courtesy of Pininfarina, Mario Carrieri
It can be seen as a true honour to the name of Ferrari that the city of Florence consented to hold a large, well planned, and well publicized exhibition, honouring not just Ferrari the automobile, but Ferrari as an idea, a theme, a cultural entity, that has emerged over the last forty years as something truly extraordinary, more than just a mere maker of exciting cars, but a true national icon that embodies all of Italy's traditional virtues of daring, skill, imagination, craftsmanship and aesthetic refinement.
A Prototipo Racing Dino
An experiment that actually competed, s/n 0784
David Egerton, Len Katz
There is a 1959 Ferrari Grand Prix car running around out there at Ferrari club events and at vintage races, disguised as a sports car, but it's Factory legal and original. It is a 246 S Dino sports car, s/n 0784, but it is basically a 1959 Grand prix car with a two man Fantuzzi body on board. This is a true One Off Ferrari built by Ferrari to test various engine, chassis, body, and suspension configurations.
The Long Lusso with the Big Engine
Many questions are answered and more are raised as we look at Lusso s/n 4715 GT / L-3097 SA
Allen Bishop, Jim Truitt
Pictured on these pages is one of the more unique Ferrari creations of the early 1960s, a time when something special could be, and often was, produced in short order for either racing or that special customer, or in the case of this car, very possibly for the Man himself, Enzo Ferrari.
Our Grand Tour to Italy, courtesy of Ferrari
Cavallino magazine, which includes you, faithful and loyal reader, was invited by Ferrari to attend the opening of the new exhibition on Ferrari in Florence, Italy. On your behalf, one of your devoted staff made the arduous journey, and reported back on what was to be seen and heard.
Dutch Ferrari Club meets in the Netherlands
On Saturday, the 28th of April, the Dutch Ferrari Club members met for this first event of the season. The meeting took place in the villages of Lith and Rosmalen and at the "Volkel" airbase in the south of the Netherlands. The day consisted of three events: a sprint race over 250 meters, a racing track test, and a driving skill test.
Swiss Ferrari Club meeting in Montreux
Ferraris of specials interest at the Club Ferrari Suisse Meeting "Grand Prix de Montreux", April 7, 1990
What a starting grid! Pick your favorite. The Swiss Ferrari Club had a big event in Montreux, Switzerland, where, unfortunately, it rained the whole time.
But over 200 Ferraris showed up, and some were excellent.
Ferrari Fantasia picks winner
Courtesy of Ferrari Fantasia
Recently, Joe Marchetti and family hosted their annual "Ferrari Fantasia" party near Lemont, Illinois, and 1,500 spectators and 133 Ferraris were in attendance. Beside the beautiful grounds to stroll and the excellent food, there was a Concours d'Elegance for the Ferrari, and the Best of Show award was won by this 1949 Ferrari 166 Inter, s/n 041 S owned and shown by Lynn and Glen Hanke.
The F40 LM storms Topeka
Ferrari F40 in IMSA
Courtesy of European Auto Sales
The F40 LMs of Ferrari France have returned in force to the IMSA GTO series. With newly found sponsorship from 0-1-2-3, the large Japanese shipping and moving company, two Ferrari F40 LMs re-entered the IMSA series at the "Heartland of America" IMSA race in Topeka, Kansas on the weekend of May 5 and 6. With their new sponsorship and a fresh influx of funds, the Ferrari France team plans to campaign at least five or perhaps six of the next IMSA races.
The Ferrari F40 LM gains at the second race at Mid-Ohio
"We have no choice," was the reply from Team Manager Jean Sage when asked why Ferrari France was racing an F40 in the American International Motor Sports Association's GTO series. "This is the only place we can run such a car," he continued, "because Group B in Europe has been cancelled - there is no more GT Group B. We entered the World Championship last year, but we were the only team to enter and you must have at least three entrants for the group to exist."
Prost sets new lap record at Fiorano
Coming off the great victory in Brazil, both Alain Prost and the Ferrari team were unstoppable in the month of April. Several fastest times were set at Imola and Paul Ricard during testing sessions, but the most memorable for us Ferrari fans was the new record at Fiorano.
Ferrari 641/2 introduced
Just prior to the San Marino race, Ferrari presented its latest model of 1990, dubbed the 641/2, at an Imola test session. Prost had s/n 115 and Mansell had s/n 116.
San Marino Grand Prix - a disappointment for Ferrari
All this great testing, and the excitement of the evolutionary 641/s models, raised everyone's hopes for the Imola race, but right from the start there were nagging problems.
Monaco Grand Prix - electrics bring our boys down
Before the Monte Carlo race, there was much testing at Imola, and many anxious faces at Ferrari. For the last few years, Ferrari has been chasing McLaren with all the other teams way behind.
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