|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.
A risotto in the house of Ferrari
April - June 1989
|12||Events & Meetings||
Events & Meetings
We will preserve the legend without forgetting the reality
"We will make highly advanced cars with a tradition of craftmanship", says the chairman of Ferrari. His thoughts on collecting, on a hypothetical "small Ferrari", on the four-door car, limited editions, the 12-cylinder engine, anti-pollution regulations, Pininfarina, Japanese cars, the long waiting lists, the "engineering", and more ...
|18||That was the Day ...||
Fiat-Ferrari, the pact of steel
Twenty years ago the Maranello factory linked its name to that of the Colossus of Turin.
|24||Coming soon ...||
Fast forward into the future
Daniele P.M. Pellegrini
The Ferrari 348 is the latest and most important new development to emerge from the Ferrari factory. On the horizon, a classic coupé with a front-mounted V12 engine, and a revolutionary model with four-wheel-drive.
Forty years carried gracefully
Ferrari 166 Inter
Born at Maranello long ago in 1949, the Ferrari 166 was one of the first cars of the Cavallino marque to appear.
The Woman in Red
Ferrari 166 Inter
Snatched from her home and carried away by an outsider, she is still dressed in the same flaming red as Beatrice who fired Dante's heart.
Like Beatrice this beautiful 40-year-old wears that brilliant red with modesty and grace.
|40||Le Mans 1960||
Winning the "24 Hours"
Paul Frère crown the dram of his long career by winning this most demanding French race.
The tale of a table-top racer
Eight thousand hours of work to achieve a dream.
Berger's terrifying ordeal in the flames
San Marino GP
Only one Ferrari on the Monaco circuit
A return and a confirmation
Berger the whirlwind returns at Phoenix
US Grand Prix
|56||Mille Miglia 1989||
On the legendary roads
The memory of the world's most famous race is relived every year on the classic route, starting and finishing at Brescia.
In this second section, we continue with the review of Ferrari production from the very beginning to the present day by looking individually at the Grand Touring cars designed for road or competition.
Ferrari and the Alfa 68 years on
The photograph you see here is probably the last picture for which Enzo Ferrari agreed to pose in front of the camera. The data is 16 February last year, two days before his 90th birthday.