|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.
Ah, how nice it would be if 1996 were the year ...
The dawning of a New Era
A new era is about to dawn at Maranello. The stage is set for the new men and a new season while the potent new V10 is waiting impatiently in the wings.
Are men more important than machines? Will the Prancing Horse finally gallop to victory?
We take a look at the pros and cons.
Ferrari 166/212 'Uovo', s/n 024 MB
Ferrari predicted it would fall apart. But it didn't. Its designer tells the story of one of the most incredible cars ever built.
"Ferrari drivers" is a total immersion course in the secrets of fast, safe driving run by Andrea di Adamich.
In the course of a meteoric career John Surtees first became World Motorcycle Champion and then went on to win the F1 world title aboard a Ferrari in 1964.
Arianna De Luca
Not many people "down under" are involved in automotive art, but Greg McNeill is already known world wide.
The Turbocharged V8
Bruno de Prato
From the experiments in F1 to the muscliest road cars ever built at Maranello. Here's how a little gadget with a funny name led to the awesome Ferrari F40.
The Earls Court Motor Show
Keith G. Bluemel
THe absence of Ferrari from the 1994 Motor Show at Birmingham N.E.C. meant that four of the five models on display at Earls Court were making their official UK Show debuts.
A warm welcome from Club Med
The Ferrari Club of Sardinia's brief history has not stopped it from staking a claim to being an efficient outfit. All that blue sky and sea doesn't hurt either.
Calendar of Events
National and international meetings that Ferrari enthusiasts cannot afford to miss.