|Dimensions||softcover, 64 pages, 211 x 298 mm|
The English edition of Ferrari World Magazine was published between 1989 and 1997. Similar to the Italian and German edition of Ferrari World Magazine, it mainly features reports on events, contemporary and classic Ferrari models, contributed by reknown Ferrari experts and photographers.
Every time a new magazine appears on the market, it assures the readers that it will cover a field ignored by other publications, that its approach is totally new and that it fills an important gap in the field of publishing.
January - March 1989
|7||Events & Meetings||
Events & Meetings
May - October 1989
A new Ferrari but still a Ferrari
All the Company's Men
The names are changing, and the roles, but the atmosphere of the Maranello factory retains that thread of tradition which links it to the past.
Front Page Star
Few cars to have emerged from the Ferrari stable in the past 40 years have evoked quite such a mix of awe and respect as the Ferrari F40.
And non have made greater demands on driving skill. This is no car for the timid or inexperienced. In such hands it could be lethal.
So here we bring together some first reactions of the world's most experienced motoring journalists.
How the F40 got its name
F40 Le Mans
Daniele P.M. Pellegrini
The competition model of the F40 could have been called "Evoluzione" like the GTO, or "race tuned", but in fact the name "Le Mans" was chosen. This is much more appropriate: it best captures the spirit of the car and evokes memories of outstanding successes from the past.
Following in the footsteps of a Legend
Piero Lardi Ferrari
He entered the world of Ferrari with cautious steps: mediating, working behind the scenes, accepting rebuffs without complaint. Working next to Ferrari cannot have been easy either as a subordinate or as a son.
The most beautiful in the World
Ferrari 250 GT Lusso
Pinin Farina rounded of the Ferrari 250 dynasty with this masterpiece.
"...I have killed my mother"
The Maranello constructor, thanks principally to the 4.5 litre V-12 engine, defeated his great rivals at Alfa Romeo for the first time in 1951. At the end of the season Alfa gave up racing.
Forty years on the Circuit
1950 - 1989
Competitors change. But, since 1950, Ferrari has been the only team to have taken part every year in the technological challenge that is the Formula One World Championship.
Formula One Championship
Jacarepaguà, 26th March 1989
With this issue we start a complete review of the entire Ferrari production since it began, examining all Grand Touring cars both for competition and for road use. This is a useful guide to the production that will help you to compare technical data, production numbers, and other relevant information.
Ferrari V12 odd serial numbers
The only time on the Prancing Horse
Jim Clark in a Ferrari: an impossible dram. Yet, only once, Clark got onto a Ferrari car, if only in the impossible role of "passenger"