Forza Magazine issue 65


LanguageAmerican English language icon American English
Dimensions214 x 275 mm

Classics Mille Mania

Andy Saunders

David Gooley

The first Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta “Tour de France” won its class at the Mille Miglia in 1956, and has since returned to the famous 1,000-mile race five times.
Special The Top Ten Ferraris Part 2

Winston Goodfellow

FORZA’s panel of experts ranks the most significant modern Ferrari road cars. In the second installment, our experts pick the ten landmark Ferraris of the last 36 years.
Classics Devil in the Details

Dan Proudfoot

Over the past 24 years, Lance Hill has slowly been returning his Daytona Spyder to the way it was when it left Carrozzeria Scaglietti in 1973.
Events Glorious Goodwood

Steve Havelock

The British sure know how to throw a vintage racing event: F1 cars, sports-racers, concepts and much more head up the hill at Goodwood.
Formula 1 Small Consolation

Andrew Frankl

Scattered podium finishes can’t keep Scuderia Ferrari in serious contention to retain its twin World Championships.
Technical Removing unsightly Blemishes

George Avgerakis

Bubbles in the paint mean your Ferrari’s got a rust problem. Here’s the fix.
Classics Drogo a Go Go

Giancarlo Rosetti

Born in the 1960s, this distinctive Drogo-bodied 330 GT is a Ferrari only a mother could love.
History Year of Brilliance

Karl Ludvigsen

In 1953, Ferrari was riding a wave of unparalleled success on the racetrack.
Events The Few, The Proud

Thom Anderson

The handful of Ferraris at the Wine Country Classic attracted plenty of attention.

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 65, NOVEMBER 2005