Forza Magazine issue 57


Language American English language icon American English
Dimensions 120 pages, 214 x 275 mm

Forza magazine reports since 1996 on Ferrari automobiles, history, racing, personalities and news. Your best resource on Ferraris, published 8 times a year. Forza Magazine is designed for Ferrari automobile owners and enthusiasts. Issues include track reports, reviews, current news, renovation information, photographs, and articles on the history of Ferraris.

Cover of Forza Magazine issue 57, NOVEMBER 2004

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
4 Dateline News Ferrari 430, presidential Quattroporte, etc.
18 In the Mail 2+2 review, F1 needs more millionaires…
24 Show & Race Ferrari wins at Donington and Spa 24
26 Show & Race Reading Ferrari Concours: beautiful cars, friendly people

Dom Miliamo

30 Show & Race Italian marques struggle at Watkins Glen
32 Show & Race Italian flair and style turn rain to shine

Mike Covello

36 Places Motorsport history lives in Watkins Glen

Pete Vack

38 Ferraristi 250 GTO Daily Driver
Man's Best Friend

V.M. DeMoss

David Gooley

Fabrizio Violati has owned his Ferrari 250 GTO for almost 40 years. It's still his favorite car, and he regularly drives it on road and racetrack. A talk with Violati about life with s/n 3851 and its camine navigator, Clyde.
47 First Drive Track-tuned 550 Maranello

Steve Cole Smith

Ferrari SpA

Racing improves the breed, so Ferrari has applied some lessons learned with the 575 GTC racer to GTC Handling Package for the 575M.
50 Formula 1 Unstoppable!

Andrew Frankl

Ferrari and Michael Schumacher have now won 11 of 12 Grand Prix, and two more World Championships seem inevitable. Reports from France, Britain and Germany.
54 Frankly Frankl The future of Formula One

Andrew Frankl

57 Technical Spyder Spotting

Bill Badurski

There are more Ferrari Daytona Spyders on the road today than when production ended in the early 1970s, thanks to a once-booming business in turning Daytona coupes into convertibles.
62 History Forgotten Racer

Bill Oursler

The Ferrari 312 P didn't win any races for the factory, but it still played an important role in Ferrari's sports-racing history.
71 Events Villa d'Este Concours
Elegant by Design

Ken Vendley

A wonderful eclectic field, chosen only for its beauty, makes Europe's oldest concours one of the finest in the world.
74 Classics Chinetti's Creation

Ron C. Hill

Luigi Chinetti, Sr. Inspired the development of several Ferrari models, most notably the famed NART Spyder. A look at the first one, s/n 09437.
80 Racing One Slick Win

Peter Brock

Risi Competizione's 360 GTC claims Ferrari's very first GT win in the American Le Mans Series, thanks to soe smart wet-weather strategy. Report from Lime Rock.
84 History Shelby's Ferrari Days

William Edgar

In the mid 1950s, long before his Ford-powered cars defeated Enzo Ferrari's finest, Carroll Shelby drove more than a dozen different Ferraris at over 30 sports car races.
93 Culture Lights, Camera, Action!

Giancarlo Rosetti

Ferraris have long been a Hollywood favorite, both on the road and on the screen. A look back at some memorable Ferrari movie roles.
97 Racing Down the Stretch

Chris McNeil

As the Ferrari 360 and Historic Challenge season hit their stride, the racing gets even better. The action from Mont-Tremblant and Lime Rock.
120 Rearview Mirror A Passion for Racing
Phil Hill at Torry Pines in 1956

Jim Sitz