|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.
Staying away from you all for over a year hasn't been easy for us. But here we are again, with that blend of reports, information, data and excitement with which we have been regaling our readership since the first number came out in 1989.
From the Ferrari T1 to the T1B
All the retouches and engineering modifications that have changed the look and the heart of the single-seater from Maranello. Right up to the longed-for victory.
The Frenchman arrives
Jean Todt, Ferrari's new racing director is tough, ambitious and very charismatic. To him falls the task of bringing victory to the Cavallino's new technology.
Thirty and still Sexy
Ferrari 250 LM
Born to race in GT competition it had to compete against more powerful sports cars. And it won. It was the Ferrari 250 Le Mans, stunningly beautiful and revolutionary.
The return of the Bronze Age
J. Paul Nesse
The hands of J. Paul Nesse have brought some pages of automotive history back to life. A great sculptor in love with speed.
Ferrari 512 TR and Mercedes-Benz 600 SEC
Back to Back
Two different construction philosophies sharing almost identical power. A top-level comparison of the pleasure and excitement of the Ferrari 512 TR and Mercedes-Benz 600 SEC.
Right to the last bend
Ferrari 348 Challenge
With two more race to go, this is how long we'll have to wait to see who, from a large group of talented and competitive drivers, will finally win the Ferrari 348 Challenge of 1994.
A white-hot final
The continuous rise of Vittorio Colombo has by now defined the Jolly Club's end of season strategy. But the opposition isn't prepared to stand by and watch.
500 Miles in Ferrari
A very beautiful route along the roads of the Abruzzo, a meeting that has become a tradition animated by a guest who is very popular with fans of Ferrari and F1: Ezio Zermiani.
Reds on display
Here are three little Ferraris which faitfully reflect the current production car range: the Ferrari 348 Spider, the Ferrari 512 TR and the Ferrari 458 GT 2+2. In 1/43 scale, of course.