Ferrari World issue 3

October / November 1989

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 3, October / November 1989

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Summary Summary
3 Guest Editorial Monza and Ferrari, a long story

Pino Alvieri


Monza and Ferrari: more than history, a continuing saga. When the Lombardy autodrone was built at the beginning of this century, Enzo Ferrari was already a fairly successful racing driver who was gradually emerging into the limelight.
4 Note Book Note Book
June - September 1989
10 Book Reviews Book Reviews
12 Feature A union for life
Ferrari and Monza

Romolo Tavoni


The long adventure which united two of the most famous names in the history of motor racing started many years ago, in 1922.
18 Feature Tiny, quick off the mark, unique
The Story of Tino's Dino

Giorgio Terruzzi


It is almost a love story. Tino Brambilla, the driver from Monza, talks about the ways and means by which he came to own its first Maranello Dino.
21 That was the Day ... Too much pain, too little speed
Monza 5.9.69

Giorgio Terruzzi


A stroke of bad luck put an end to the courageous Tino Brambilla's entrance into Formula One. By a hair's breath he missed his debut at Monza in a Ferrari.
26 Feature Bred to race and win
Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta

Carlo Montanaro


The short wheelbase Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta is one of the world's most famous Grand Touring cars. A string of circuit victories was achieved against formidable opposition by the era's greatest drivers.
34 Feature Racing with the radio on
Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta

Stirling Moss


The English driver has driven in 400 races with 97 different cars. But he has vivid memories of the blue Berlinetta ...
38 Profile From Turin to Maranello to race the Cavallino
Cesare Fiorio

Roberta Gremignani


After 25 years spent as head of sporting activities at Fiat-Lancia, winning 18 World Rally Championships, the Turinese 'strategist' has come to Ferrari with the task of maintaining the Cavallino's position in Formula One.
44 Profile Brakes progress
Ferrari-Brembo
Two distinguished companies are working together but in opposite directions. One is trying to make cars go faster, while the other is trying to stop them. However, the collaboration between the two firms has a single aim: winning.
51 Formula 1 A black flag for Nigel Mansell
Canadian GP
52 Formula 1 A Ferrari does well again in the sun at Le Castellet
GP French
53 Formula 1 Mansell flies but Prost cruises
British GP
54 Formula 1 Mansell a hard-working third and Berger's
German GP
56 Stamps Greetings from Maranello

Mauro Mori


From all over the whole world, a distinguished succession of stamps celebrating Ferraris.
60 Buyer's Guide Buyer's Guide
Part three

Nicola Cutrera


In this section, we continue with the review of Ferrari production from the very beginning to the present day by looking individually at the Grand Touring cars designed for road or competition.
62 Photo Choice Ferrari, a lonely man
Monza, September 1966

Franco Varisco


His own circuit and his own solitude
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