Ferrari World issue 19

September / October 1992

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 19, September / October 1992

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Contents Contents
3 Editorial Editorial

Alessandro Giudice

The 8th of March 1982 was a Saturday. I was on my way to join friends for an afternoon by the lake. I was already looking forward to the Grand Prix the following day which we would all watch together, creating the atmosphere of the stands in front of the television.
4 Notebook Notebook

April - June

8 Feature Racing in the Blood
Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta "Tour de France", s/n 0747 GT

Cristiano Zaffaroni

Destined from the very start for racing, the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta was spontaneoulsy renamed by the public after the event in which it won the greatest number of victories. Added to its brilliant racing career, however, the 'Tour de France' managed to add a wide versatility on the road.
21 Feature The Belgian Hare
Ecurie Francorchamps

Ian Briggs

It was the roar of Chinetti's Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta in the 1948 Spa 24 Hour race which proved to be the inspiration behind Jacques Swater's formation of his team Ecurie Francorchamps with his friends Charles de Tornaco and André Pilette.
30 Drivers A Comet called Gilles
Gilles Villeneuve

Giorgio Terruzzi

His name still arouses great passion in everyone who admired the exuberance and fearless audacity of his driving. For them and many others, Villeneuve's disappearance coincided with the demise of circuit racing as a spectacle. But it was also the start of a legend which was to become stronger with time.
38 Feature Between Futa and Raticosa
That was the Day

Alberto Radaelli

A sensational recovery, a new but seasoned adversary, rain, fog and slippery roads. How a race became a legend.
46 Miniatures The 6000 pound Ferrari

Chris Horton

A genuine Ferrari 312 P sports racing car, assuming you could find one of the few survivors for sale, would probably cost you in the region of GBP 1 million, and you'd be able to drive it only on selected racing circuits around the world.
49 Events Christie's International Historic Festival
The third Christie's International Historic Festival at Silverstone at the end of July was the best yet, the mixture of historic racing, various track parades and the Ferrari Owners Club 25th anniversary celebrations.
51 Events Coys at the Nürburgring
The Nürburgring: One of the most famous race circuits in the world, and one which evokes memories of great battles between the most famous drivers and marques in the history of motor racing.
53 Events 3rd Louis Vuitton Concours d'Elegance
57 Books Books
58 Models Jaune Love

Ian Briggs

Considering the number of cars the Ecurie Francorchamps raced (or prepared for other people to race) over the years, you would expect at least a few examples of their chassis to be represented in the catalogues of model manufacturers.
60 Gallery Gallery
62 Letters Letters
64 Style News Style News
Design Studio Spadolini