|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 250 MM, s/n 0274 MM
Keith G. Bluemel
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.
Arno Flach, Alexis Callier, John Starkey, Jess G. Pourret, Jim Truitt, Antoine Prunet, Ronald C. Hill, Gianni Rogliatti, Lincoln Small
Pierre Goossens, Steve Earle, Lincoln Small
Ferrari F310B is presented and Ferrari's hopes are high
Formula One Championship
As is now traditional, a large stage area at the Fiorano test track hosted international media aplenty for the long anticipated unveiling of the Ferrari F310B. The day was January 7, 1997, and live Internet coverage allowed over one million tifosi to log on.
After last year's transition from V12 to V10, further signs that times are indeed changing were in evidence. The team's official appellation is now "Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro" and the color, though still red (les Enzo Ferrari turneth in his grave) is now less dark; brighter for better visibility, perhaps.
Two sports Ferraris to contest the big three
Ferrari F333 SP
Two latest spec. F333 SP Ferraris contested the recent Daytona 24 Hour race, and did well, all things considered. The Scandia team finished second, and the car sported a very new and very clean aerodynamic body which have the car an entirely different look to our eyes. The Moretti Racing machine was seventh. The teams head to Sebring and then Le Mans.
Japanese Ferrari Collection finds a home: adds culinary pleasures
Good Ferrari friend Junichiro Hiramatsu sent us an announcement of his new "garage" in Nagoya, Japan. It houses his collection of seven unique Ferraris and also contains a private bar for Ferrari enthusiasts. Upstairs on the second floor is his new cafe and restaurant open to the public, "Vinini Est."
Essen Motor Show features several Ferraris out of the ordinary
The recent Essen Motor Show held a special exhibit of items related to the late Count Wolfgang Berghe von Trips, and included was the neat Chris Rea replica of von Trips '1961 156 Formula One machine. The originals of this model type were broken up and discarded years ago, and this recreation makes no attempt at any historical provenance; but it adds a nice atmosphere to any display and recreates an era.
Barrett-Jackson salutes Ferrari
The auction house of Barrett-Jackson holds their annual extravaganza each January in Scottsdale, Arizona, and this year they held a special Ferrari exhibit in honor of Ferrari's 50th. On display was a rare 1947 Ferrari 166 Spyder Corsa, s/n 010 I.
Cavallino Ferrari Classic VI
Rare Ferraris, and warm sun, welcome a record field
Jerry Wyszatycki, David Brady, Marc Sonnery
The sixth annual Cavallino Ferrari Classic proved to be as enjoyable as preceding events, blessed by an excellent turn out of great Ferraris and enthusiasts, plus some perfect Florida weather. Those who converged on Palm Beach's Breakers Hotel for the January 23-26 event met fellow Ferrari owners from North and South America, Europe, Japan, and the Far East. Ferraris also came from as far away as Europe and Japan fro this yearly gathering.
The 860 Monza Mystery!
Six Ferraris built, seven Ferraris raced - this puzzle has been thoroughly researched
Collection Jean-Jacques Frei, Dave Holls, Antoine Prunet
Ferrari won the 1956 World Sports Car Championship thanks to two of its models which shared the same chassis, the 860 Monza and 290 Mille Miglia. Historians have long agreed on a total of six cars, but four 290s were known to exist and three 860s were raced ... how did this happen?
The Perfect Vignale Spyder
Embodies Ferrari's approach to building Sports Cars, and Vignale's approach to clothing them
Chassis number s/n 0274 MM is believed to be the first Ferrari coutured with the minimalist, purposeful, rounded Vignale design that also clothed 166 MM, 625 TF, and 340 MM variants of the marque. A total of eleven 250 MM models wore this body style as original equipment, although each had slightly different detailing.
Ferrari 375 MM, s/n 0360 AM revived!
Old racing Ferraris are treasured highly, but this one more than most
Mark Wallach, Courtesy Antoine Prunet
For many years, this particular 375 MM was well and truly forgotten, once its racing career was done, and this was not an unusual fate for any old race car. It passed through the hands of several sympathetic owners, sympathetic in the sense that it was conserved and never trashed, parted out or destroyed. It was simply the beneficiary of benign neglect, but once in the hands of its current owner, it was brought back carefully to its former glory.
Remembrance at Spa
The true meaning of Ferrari as found at Spa. Several laps in the 250 GT LWB, s/n 0879 GT
Thanks to a fellow Swede, Christer Mellin, a very special opportunity materialized: to drive a Ferrari 250 GT covered headlight three louvered Tour de France just out of a twenty year gestation and a two year restoration. Furthermore, the drive was to take place on the site of some of its greatest days: glorious Spa-Francorchamps, no less.
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The market as of April 1, 1997, from a survey of selected dealers