Ferrari World issue 21

April / May 1993

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 21, April / May 1993

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Contents Contents
3 Editorial Editorial

Alessandro Giudice


Spring is in the air in the Western World and the worst of the recession seems to be over, but the first signs of recovery are being kept very muted, almost to prevent any excessive optimism.
5 Notebook Notebook

September - January


12 Formula 1 Formula One: an ultimatum

Roberto Gurian


Luca di Montezemolo has caused concern in the world of Formula 1, but that does not worry him and he is throwing down the gauntlet again. Either the rules are changed or Ferrari will not take part. The President has spoken. Meanwhile Berger and Alesi are bringing the new F93 to the circuit.
18 Profile The cult of the engine
Carlo Chiti

Daniela Zacconi


For him, designing is like a religion, a mission. The engineer Carlo Chiti, has been building engines for 40 years, it is his only passion, apart from dogs ...
24 Feature A silver Dream
Ferrari 275 GTS

Phil Ward


All Ferraris generate strong emotion and the sight and sound of an open top V12 is the ultimate motoring experience. The Pininfarina styled 275 GTS qualifies in every respect.
32 Feature The Elixer of Life still flows
Ferrari 400 automatic

Luigi Ferrarini


This four-seater Ferrari, to remain actually unchanged for almost twenty years, boasted two important 'firsts'. It was the first car produced by Maranello to be fitted with an automatic gearbox, and the first with ABS.
40 Feature Together from the very beginning
Ferrari & Monza

Mauro Mori


There is a very special link between the Scuderia of Maranello and the Monza Autodromo. 11 victories have marked the participation of the Cavallino's single-seaters in the Italian Grand Prix on the Lombardy circuit.
46 Art The roar of the brush

Daniela Zacconi


The car, seen both as a product of technology and as an expression of culture, is the inspiration of the paintings of Enzo Naso, an artist of great orginality from the city of Naples.
52 Collecting The passion for automobilia

Daniela Zacconi


This passion is sometimes transmitted from father to son, or it can be spontaneous. But there is no cure for the fever of collecting: sometimes it is a difficult life.
57 Profile First lady
Sue Newton

Phil Ward


Sue Newton, Ferrari racing driver. Overflowing with confidence, this very determined lady has exploded all the myths surrounding the competition abilities of women.
61 Profile His and Hers
Readers' Cars

Phil Ward


Sue and Paul Skinner are advocates of the philosophy that life begins at forty, their justification for this statement coincided with the purchase of their first Ferrari.
64 Club American horses

James M. Pyle


Nearly 3500 members, regional organisation, annual mega-meetings: these features make the Ferrari Club of America one of the best organised in the world.