Ferrari World issue 29

October / November 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 29, October / November 1995

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Contents Contents
3 Editorial Regret and curiosity

Alessandro Giudice

These are the feelings uppermost in our minds, after the long hot summer of Formula 1. After much humming and hawing we finally witnessed the signing of the contract of the year between Schumacher and Ferrari.
4 Notebook Notebook
June - July 1995
8 Formula 1 1996 under the microscope

Roberto Boccafogli

Michael Schumacher's arrival in the Ferrari squad is going to change the face of Formula 1 thus offering fresh opportunities for analysis as well as the promise of fireworks for the forthcoming season.
14 Feature From Ferrari 288 GTO to F40
Ferrari GTO Evoluzione

Bruno de Prato

It was planned to be the spearhead of Maranello's participation in the nascent Group B and rallying.
Then Enzo Ferrari transformed it into a rolling laboratory for the legendary F40.
24 Feature A four-door Dream
Ferrari Pinin

Manuela Piscini

Fourteen years ago Pininfarina proposed what other coachbuilders had only imagined and never built: a four-door Ferrari. A fascinating experiment.
32 Portfolio THe Art of Racing
Enzo Naso
Enzo Naso, who is a Neapolitan with a degree in mechanical engineering, began painting in 1975.
He has been showing his works in one-man and collective exhibitions since 1976.
38 People Today as Yesterday
Jean 'Beurlys' Blaton

Pierre Dieudonné

A great driver and car collector, Jean Blaton shows how enthusiasm underpins an extraordinary viality.
42 Engines The "Littl'uns"
Chapter 4

Bruno de Prato

The roadgoing engines belonging to a different tradition from that of the V12 began with the V6 Dino. But the real turning point came with the eight-cylinder. Here's the story, right up to the latest "five-valver" fitted to the Ferrari F355.
50 Events Giraudi in the lead
Ferrari Challenge
The twenty-seven year old from Turin is the star of the 1995 Challenge. His opponents will have a hard time toppling him from his perch.
54 Events Made in Japan
Forza Ferrari in Suzuka
Perfect organization and a big field of over four hundred teams mark the Ferrari Club of Japan's annual meeting.