Ferrari World issue 13

July / August 1991

Language English language icon English
Dimensions softcover, 80 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.

Cover of Ferrari World issue 13, July / August 1991

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Contents Contents
3 Editorial Editorial

Alessandro Giudice

The generally deflationary climate in the aftermath of the Gulf conflict has brought on a typical post-war mood of austerity, with the whole western world soul-searching about the vast quantities of luxury goods it consumes.
4 Book Reviews Book Reviews

Daniela Zacconi

8 Notebook Notebook
February - March 1991
12 Formula 1 Ferrari at Monte Carlo

Mauro Mori

Ferrari has competed faithfully at Monte Carlo over the years, taking six spectacular victories.
After more than 60 seasons, a win on the Monaco circuit is still one of the most prestigious in motor racing.
18 Styling Z for Ferrari
Ferrari 348 Zagato Elaborazione

Alessandro Giudice

After the break of nearly 20 years, Zagato is again working with Ferrari. Its task to give the Ferrari 348 tb a new, more sporty image.
26 That Was The Day A thousand problems
Brescia, 28/29 April 1951

Alberto Redaelli

Despite torrential rain, Luigi Villoresi took a brilliant outright victory for the first time in a particularly challenging Mille Miglia.
34 Feature The dominating Ace
Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta

Cristiano Zaffaroni

In 1948 Ferrari produced fewer than 50 cars, but the firm was already dominating the racing scene.
In that year the Ferrari 166 MM was born: its spider body was so original that a new name, barchetta, had to be invented to describe its form.
It easily won both the Mille Miglia and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
40 Feature The dominating Ace
Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta, s/n 0068 M

David Cottingham

44 Profile Final decision
Dario Benuzzi

Alessandro Giudice

He has the last word on the final tuning of each new Ferrari model. It's a very responsible job, but also a very satisfying one which Dario Benuzzi has been carrying out with complete professionalism for 20 years.
52 Feature A Ferrari for the year 2000
Ferrari Testarossa

Carlo Montanaro

One of the most beautiful Ferraris ever built, the Testarossa made its debut in 1984, taking its name from an outstanding sports-racing car of the 1950s.
The only 12-cylinder car still in production at Maranello, it has a six-year waiting list. Recently, Pininfarina has facelifted the car to give it another long lease of life.
58 Feature Functional beauty
Ferrari Testarossa

Sergio Pininfarina

66 Style News Style News

Daniela Zacconi