|Editor||John W. Barnes Jr.|
|Publishing||Cavallino Inc., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 56 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of 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.
Jean-Jacques Frei Collection
Tony Watson, Oscar Sterle, John Starkey, Walter Schäfer, Peter den Biggerlaar, Mark Wallach, Michael T. Lynch
Tony Watson, Marcel Massini, René Schellekens
Cavallino Classic Celebrates
Fifth anniversary brings great people and Ferraris together again.
Story, photographs and results from your many correspondents
The Cavallino Classic's fifth anniversary was something to celebrate
Perfect weather caps a perfect Ferrari weekend
David Brady, Marc Sonnery, Mark Wallach
If you missed the 1996 Cavallino Classic on the weekend of February 8-11, we can only shed a tear for you now. There were some truly historical Ferraris present, models not often seen in public, and they were accompanied by some very generous owners and some very helpful and competent restorers and mechanics.
For the record - now, and twenty years from now
All the important Ferraris at the major shows
Andreas Birner, Vincent Decroix, Willy Henderickx
20th Ferrari Model Club Meeting - Elzach, Germany - September 15-17, 1995 - compiled by Andreas Birner
Ferraris at the 56th IAA / Frankfurt Motor Show - Frankfurt, Germany - compiled by Andreas Birner
Ferraris at the London Motor Show - London, Englang - October 19-29, 1995 - compiled by Keith Bluemel
Prego Saluta Ferrari di Maranello Concorso - San Diego, California - October 29, 1995 - compiled by William Noon
Ferrari Club Germany / Ferrari Club Luxembourg - Hochenheim, Germany - November 4-5, 1995 - compiled by Andreas Birner
Ferraris at the Essen Motor Show - Essen, Germany - December 1-10, 1995 - compiled by Andreas Birner and Gregor Schulz
Ferraris at the Brussels Salon - Brussels, Belgium - January 18-28, 1996 - compiled by Keith Bluemel and Vincent Decroix
Ferraris at the Salon Competition & Exception - Le Bourget, Paris, France - February 3-11, 1996 - compiled by Keith Bluemel
Ferraris at the 21st Retromobile - Paris, France - February 9-18, 1996 - compiled by Keith Bluemel and Willy Henderickx
Pilota Barchetta gather in Japan
A very exclusive meet indeed
On January 25, 1996, the Japanese importer Cornes & Co. organized a special meeting at the Fuji Speedway and invited only four Ferraris - the four Ferrari F50s officially in the country as of that date - s/n 103822 (red), s/n 103355 (yellow), s/n 103408 (red) and s/n 104078 (dark red).
Ferraris at the Techno-Classica
Essen, Germany - February 22-25, 1996
Keith Bluemel, Andreas Birner
The Ferrari Museum of Art
The Matsuda Collection presents a splendid trove of Ferrari art
Kazuhide Ueno, translated by Michitake Isobe
Hidenobu Tanaka and Hiroyuki Kashioka
The automobile museums (yes, there are five!) of the Matsuda Collection are located east of Mt. Fuji and situated conveniently along Route 138, just off the Tomei Highway and nearby to the entrance to the Hakone Mountains National Park. The largest of the five museums is the Ferrari Museum of Art, unique in Japan as a museum with no other subject than on our favorite marque.
The forgotten Championship
Ferrari heard the song of the mountains, and answered in kind. A general survery of the European Mountain Championships
Jerry McDermott, Marcel Massini
One of Ferrari's other quests, however has been largely ignored by both the historical press and even enthusiasts, and this was the European Mountain Championships. Just as the top of Pike's Peak has always been a magnet for American racers, the more numerous European mountains have always attracted drivers ever since the earliest days of the motor industry.
Ferrari F310 presentation
Formula One Championship
Ferrari's challenger for the 1996 Grand Prix season was introduced on February 15th at Fiorano in front of several hundred journalists. Surrounding the Ferrari F310 (3 liters, 10 cylinders), finished the night prior, were Michael Schumacher, Eddie Irvine, test driver Nicola Larini, Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo, and team manager Jean Todt.
The 24 Hour sprint at Daytona
David Brady, Robert Pease, Jerry McDermott
Fresh from a winter of testing, Ferrari returned to the big track determined to take top honors. This year's 34th running had a near record starting grid of 78 cars. Mauro Baldi's lap record set last year was bettered by over two seconds by Didier Theys in the Momo Ferrari F333 SP. For this season's first race, the Scandia team entered the F333 SP, s/n 003, with the all-star driver line up of Mauro Baldi, Michele Alboreto and Fermin Velez.
A moment in time
Michael T. Lynch
Louis Klemantaski's image takes us back to Le Mans on June 25, 1960, one third of the way through Ferrari's domination of the championship. The race is being held on its traditional date, the weekend closest to the summer solstice, allowing competitors the minimum amount of night racing.
Special services for the Ferrari enthusiast
The market as of April 1, 1996, from a survey of selected dealers