Ferrari World issue 32

April / May 1996

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 32, April / May 1996

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Contents Contents
3 Editorial Editorial
And they're off!

Alessandro Giudice

If the first Sunday of the new Formula 1 season had a colour then that colour was red, largely out of respect towards the thousands of red-eyed Ferrari fans who had manfully hauled themselves out of bed at half past three in the morning (European time) to catch the action from Down Under.
5 Notebook Notebook
December, January
10 Formula 1 Ferrari Down Under

Roberto Boccafogli

From the presentation at Fiorano to the first world championship meeting in less than a month, the Ferrari F310 looked good and performed even better. The "Montezemolo treatment" is begining to bear fruit.
16 Formula 1 V12 Addio!

Paolo D'Alessio

The Ferrari Formula 1 engine for 1996 marks a departure from tradition. Thus ends the age of the V12, an engine that had acquired symbolic status over the years.
27 Racing Parabolica Motorsports

David Morrison

Meet the people behind the Ferrari race company which claims to offer "The Ultimate in Driving Ambition"
28 Feature The Well Dressed Sports Car
1952 Ferrari 212 Inter Vignale Coupé, s/n 0287 EU

Paolo Gecchelin

Original, ground-breaking lines and a superlative 12-cylinder engine: these are the major ingredients of the Ferrari 212 Inter Vignale.
36 The Champions The Driver who used his Head
Niki Lauda

Franco Lini

Four years, two world titles and a third lost owing to brutal bad luck: this was Niki Lauda's contribution to the Ferrari legend.
40 Art LAC's Obsession

Arianna De Luca

For many years now Laurent-André Chapuis, LAC to his friends, has been painting the world's most beautiful sportscars with meticulous, almost photographic perfection.
50 Mondo Ferrari The Brussels Motor Show, 18-28 January 1996
The Expo Palais in the Place du Centenaire, overlooked by the Atomium, hosted the biennal Brussels Salon from 18 to 28 January.
51 Mondo Ferrari Techno-Classica, Essen, Germany, 22-25 February 1996
The eight Techno Classica Show, the largest classic car show in Europe, was held in the Messe Eessen, filling seventeen exhibition halls totalling around 90,000 square metres of floor space, with over 770 exhibitors providing more than 1500 cars and motorcycles.
52 Mondo Ferrari Retromobile, Paris, 9-18 February 1996
The 21st Retromobile show, one of Europe premier classic car shows, which has maintained the consistently high standards by which many others are judged, once again provided a broad spectrum of classic machinery to delight the visitors in 1996.
52 Mondo Ferrari 27th Salon Competition, Paris Le Bourget, 3-11 February 1996
The main theme of this year's salon was Italian cars, and the organizers provided a fine selection of Italian exotica to delights the crowds that swarmed to the exhibition hall just oof the A1 autoroute to the north of Paris.
53 Mondo Ferrari Rolex 24, Daytona, Florida
53 Mondo Ferrari Brocket Trial conclusion
53 Mondo Ferrari Reunited at Talacrest, in England
54 Mondo Ferrari International Performance Motor Show, Olympia, London, 15-18 February 1996
54 Mondo Ferrari Shell returns to Formula One with Ferrari
55 Mondo Ferrari Challenge Historique Ferrari Shell 1996
55 Mondo Ferrari Calendar of Events
National and international meetings that Ferrari enthusiasts cannot afford to miss.
56 Mondo Ferrari Asprey - The new Jewel in Ferrari's crown
Asprey, the luxury Bond Street store, were announced as long term sponsors of the Ferrari Formula One Team at the unveiling of the 1996 Formula One car at the Fiorano track on 15 February.
58 Profile Ferrari 308 GTB/S
When the Ferrari 308 GTB was presented at the 1975 Paris Salon, it was viewed as a direct replacement for the Dino 246 GT that had ceased production in 1974.
59 Market 1995 Ferrari Yearbook
59 Market Girard-Perregaux pour Ferrari
59 Market The interactive guide to Ferrari road cars CDROM
60 Models Ferrari's own model creater
BBR Promotion

Brian Harvey

Guess who was the first man outside Ferrari to see this year's startling-looking John Barnard-designed new Formula One car? The outsider who saw the car first was model creator Alberto Ballestrini from Saronno in Italy.