|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.
At fifty-four, Mario Andretti is a legend; a real one, not one of those instant just-add-water affairs created by advertising men. Think of Andretti and you automatically start thinking of concepts bound up with opportunities, willpower, and effort.
August - September
Back on track
The Championship that is about to begin contains a good deal of question marks. Ferrari has the cards to play a leading role. Just like in 1975 ...
The number One
Ferrari 125 Sport
The first chapter in Ferrari history was written by a small and numble sports car: the Ferrari 125 S. Born to race, it was nonetheless designed with an to the 'esteemed clientele'.
The coach builder from Turin
Giovanni Battista Farina
The story of Giovanni Batista Farina, alias Pinin, the car 'couturier'. From his genius sprang a great company and an inimitable style.
Ferrari F512 M
The third version is grittier and sportier than ever. Today, ten years after its arrival, the Ferrari Testarossa has finally dropped the mask to reveal its real identity.
The evolution of the V12
Bruno de Prato
This number marks the beginning of a journey though the world of Ferrari engines. The series begins with a great classic: the V12 fitted to the latest version of the Ferrari 456 GT 2+2.
The Grand Finale
Monti winds the 1994 Challenge trophy. After a stirring finish, the 1994 Ferrari 348 championship underlines the enormous appeal of a successful formula.
When the time was ripe the Novara-based driver showed he could deliver the killer punch. His secret? Enormous determination.
A family party
Thousands of spectators, illustrious guests such as Agnelli, Romiti and Andretti, dream cars: all the right ingredients for the great Cavallino party.
Green, white and gold
Coppo d'Oro delle Dolomiti
The Dolomites Gold Cup has been split in two: the Green Cup in September and the White Cup in February will strengthen a winning formula.