|Editor||John W. Barnes Jr.|
|Publishing||Cavallino Inc., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 56 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of FerrariCover The Ferrari F50, s/n 103806
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.
The Klemantaski Collection
Daniel Case, Walter W. Bailey, Marcel Massini, David A. Sydorick, John R. Upton Jr., Michitake Isobe, Parker Hall, Aunti Loch-Braiques
Daniel Case, Courtesy of David Sydorick, Tony Watson
Ferraris never die
Upholding Ferrari's honor at the "Rides of March" vintage races at Sears Point on March 31, 1996, was Richard Mattei in his brilliant blue 1955 Ferrari 250 Europa GT, s/n 0383 GT, with an early Pinin Farina berlinetta body. This is considered the first production "Tour de France" and was believed to have been displayed at the 1955 Paris Salon.
History nearly gone
The control tower is all that is left of the great old Modena Aerodromo, used by Ferrari, Maserati and others in the early days to test cars. Many a vintage photograph was taken here of Enzo Ferrari, his staff of engineers and mechanics, and his drivers, not forgetting, of course, the Ferraris themselves. The simple pits were right in front of the control tower, which will now be torn down soon, as Modena makes a park of the long abandoned airfield.
Geneva Motor Show surprise
Ferrari 456 GTA 2+2
Showing up unannounced at the Geneva Motor Show was this automatic gearbox Ferrari 456 GT 2+2. Nothing external gave it away, only the gear lever itself and a small tag on the dash, 456 GTA. This is s/n 103763, and although it was the first one seen in public, we can't say if this is the first GTA ever made.
Tour de France Auto draws a stellar Ferrari entry
Ferraris in the Tour de France Auto - April 23-27, 1996
Marcel Massini, Pierre Goossens, Keith Bluemel, Henry T. Kistler
Keith Bluemel, Henry T. Kistler
The Ferraris (and others) of the legendary Tony Parravano
Michael T. Lynch
Courtesy of Jack McAfee Collection, Courtesy of Parravano Family Collection, Courtesy of Gordon Thomas, Lester Nehamkin
This is being the final tabulation of Ferraris and Maseratis owned and raced by that elusive campaigner of Italian race case, Tony Parravano.
With the help of the Parravano family, much is revealed, much is explained, and many old rumors are finally put to rest.
Ferrari assault Le Mans, 1973!
Ferrari's last race at Le Mans before the modern era
John Sinkgraven Collection
In 1972 Ferrari had won the World Sports Car Championship, winning every race of the season but one. The only exception had been the 24 Hour of Le Mans. In May of that year, Ferrari had tested the 312 PB at Monza and when the clutch broke after 17.5 hours, the team decided not to race at Le Sarthe, giving victory to the French Matra-Simca company.
On May 31 of the following year, Ferrari was again testing the 312 PB for Le Mans at Monza and although the car ran trouble free for only seventeen hours, this time the race was on.
Thoughts on the Ferrari F50!
Ferrari embraces electronics and computing, and motors into a digital future
To truly appreciate a new Ferrari model, to grasp its underlying significance and meaning, to fully comprehend the Factory's basic and fundamental intentions in creating the car, one first has to stand before it in person, one then has to hear all the primordial sounds it unleashes, the next step is to ride in it (at speed, if possible), and finally, the ultimate understanding comes with driving the machine oneself.
Un Cavallino Rampante nel … Motore!
How the Prancing Horse became the Baracca-Ferrari Cavallino
Avv. Giovanni Baracca; translated by Pietro Castiglioni
Courtesy of Avv. Giovanni Baracca
This article was researched especially for Cavallino to bring more light to the mystery of the Ferrari Prancing Horse. Avv. Giovanni Baracca is a nephew and a direct descendent of Francesco Baracca, and he lives in the city of Lugo where he is a prominent attorney.
The Challenge of the Nürburgring
A tour of the old circuit teaches a few lessons - when the cars where strong and drivers were stronger
The Klemantaski Collection
The Nürburgring Nordschleife (north loop) is almost impossible to imagine, especially if you live in countries such as Holland, or states such as Florida, or the midwest plains where roads are straight, flat and boring due to the nature of the terrain, and direly lacking in the one essential thing that makes driving a fascinating challenge: curves, turnes, hairpins, esses, twists, "des virages," or die Kurven, as they say in Germany near "Der Ring."
Ferrari F40 comes into its own - becomes mainstay of global GT Racing
BPR Global Endurance GT results
Courtesy of BPR Organisation
The Ferrari F40 is now eight years old and the F40 LM is reaching six years, and yet more and more of these are being pulled of the street, updated with the latest technology, and sent into the fray of international GT racing. And with good results!
A new era begins for Ferrari in Formula One - new cars, new driver, everything ...
Formula One Championship
Australian Grand Prix - March 10, 1996
Brazilian Grand Prix - March 31, 1996
Argentinian Grand Prix - April 7, 1996
Grand Prix of Europe, Nürburgring - April 28, 1996
Ferrari Challenge Results
Patrick Morlet, Miki Bellagarda
WSC Ferraris gather title points at Sebring and Atlanta
IMSA WSC Championship results
Special services for the Ferrari enthusiast
The market as of June 1, 1996, from a survey of selected dealers