|Editor||John W. Barnes Jr.|
|Publishing||Cavallino Inc., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 48 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of FerrariCover The Ferrari 275 s/n 10691 and s/n 10749
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.
Nico Koel, Dave Maestrejuan, Richard W. Little
American Racing by Tom Burnside; photographic treasure trove now available to enthusiasts
Raupp 1997 Calendar celebrates Ferrari 50th Anniversary
Ferrari's yearly celebration at Mugello continues to grow
Tutte le Ferrari at Mugello
Alexis Callier, Henry T. Kistler
Vintage Ferrari Meet gathers together the best of Japanese collections
Ferrari F50 GT
What might have been - we can only guess where this might have led
After months of rumors and one prototype, it appears that the Ferrari F50 GT program is well and truly over. Here is the one car seen last Fall at Fiorano in the hands of Ferrari test driver, Dario Benuzzi. Most noticeable change is the proper racing rear wing, no longer integrated into the body. There is a scoop over the cockpit to funnel air to the engine, and a metal hood replaces the plexiglas rear window.
Girard-Perregaux presents new F50 timepiece to American audience
Courtesy of Girard-Perregaux
Girard-Perregaux is one of the world's leading manufacturers of luxury timepieces, and beginning in 1994 it struck a deal with Ferrari to offer a line of timepieces using the Ferrari logo and prancing horse. There have been several different versions, and recently Girard-Perregaux introduced a new one, this in honor of the Ferrari F50.
History is viewed again - two relics of another time are reunited
Ferrari 625 A monoposto, s/n 0540
At the Uwe Meissner Ferrari meeting at the Nürburgring in 1996, many of the very old Ferrari sports, GT, and Formula cars were present. Pierre Fandel brought many cars from his "Collection Pierre", including the early monoposto 625 A, s/n 0540. To drive the car, he invited Maurice Trintignant, the man who had driven the 625s for Ferrari in 1954-1955, including this very chassis!
Successful prototype sees the track once again in Europe
Ferrari 312 PB, s/n 0888
Henry T. Kistler
The Swiss Ferrari Owners Club held a meeting in France at the Dijon-Prenois circuit in October, 1996, and among some very special Ferraris was this truly remarkable campaigner, the 312 PB, s/n 0888. It had not been seen in public for some time, and was brought by Engelbert Stieger.
Ferrari 212 E Revelations!
Some facts revealed on this very succesful but ultimately mysterious little race car
An atmospheric window into the very successful racing campaign of the one-off 212 E Montagna, about which little but the bare facts are known. We interview Peter Schetty, its driver at the time, and Mauro Forghieri, its engineer, as well as all the key players in its success and lifetime. We take a look at hillclimbs in general and at the 212 E's involvement and adventures.
The Ten Ferrari 275 GTS/4 Spyders!
How the NART Spyders came to be
Michael T. Lynch
Luigi Chinetti's foresight created ten small jewel that we take particular pleasure in today. Their beauty was recognized by everyone at the time, except by the marketplace. That has all changed, and they are now revered for their rarity.
Ferrari 550 Maranello Test Drive!
You can't know a Ferrari until you drive it, and what better way than at Fiorano
An incredible grey had covered Maranello for days by the time I arrived to test the Ferrari 550 Maranello. The season't typical fog and fronts had moved in, and were not likely to dissipate for weeks. I left my name at the reception, and strolled through the adjoining area which showcased some Ferrari miniatures, and usually examples of racing or production cars. On the floor was a pre-production F50, and an F355 Berlinetta. The 550 Maranello was present only in the wall-sized photographic montage, fitted from the official presentation in Germany over the summer.
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The market as of February 1, 1997, from a survey of selected dealers