Ferrari World issue 26

April / May 1995

Language English language icon English
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.

Cover of Ferrari World issue 26, April / May 1995

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Contents Contents
3 Editorial Editorial
The duty to win

Alessandro Giudice


It looks like a slogan but it's really a motto. Ferrari, which has always been bound by this simple yet terrible phrase, it still irremediably entangles in its implications with the result that what was once a proud declaration of intent has become a species of sword of Damocles.
4 Notebook Notebook
October, November
10 Formula 1 A lot of Science - a touch of Magic
The Ferrari 412 T2

Roberto Boccafogli


A great faith in the most recent technology with a nod in the direction of the fates: the new F1 single-seater from Maranello.
18 The Champions Ascari: A life in the Fast Lane
Akberto Ascari

Marco Valle


Two-time champion, unchallenged dominator of the international circuits, winner of a legendary Mille Miglia, Alberto Ascari left an idelible mark on the world of motorsport. The incredible destiny of an uncommon man who amazed both friends and opponents.
24 Feature The star sprangled Runner
Ferrari 512 M Sunoco

Mauro Borella


In 1971 an American took it to the States to race it, prepared by Penske, in Sports-Prototype competition. The Ferrari, in its dark blue livery, proved very quick.
38 Feature How to treat a Lady
Ferrari F355
The lady in question was the Ferrari F355. Two great drivers, Alboreto and Frère, put the beautiful and potent berlinetta from Maranello through a tough road test. The result? Top marks!
48 Feature Ferrari 355 Challenge
Ferrari world presents the F355 in the trim required for the 1995 racing season.

Angelo Bianchetti


These pages show some details of the aggresive new-look F355 whose roadgoing sister is every bit as exciting: the only difference lies in the racing kit supllied to competitors by Maranello.
50 Watches A Chronograph for Ferrari

Eugenio Zigliotto


The date was the 21st of June 1994, the place La-Chaux-de-Fonds, and the watch was the new gold split-seconds Ferrari chronograph created by Girard-Perregaux.
A 499-piece limited edition of a very exclusive product.
54 Events Motorshow in the read
Ferrari steals the show yet again of Bologna with sports cars and production models.