Ferrari World issue 33

June / July 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 33, June / July 1996

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Contents Contents
3 Editorial Editorial

Alessandro Giudice


Among the many facts to emerge from the San Marino GP, one in particular is arguably more comforting than the rest: the mistake made by Schumacher at the start. Let's be clear about this: Ferrari's new-found competitiveness is most satisfactory, but we've been waiting for it for so long that, now that it has been achieved, rather than happiness it is a source of a certain tranquility.
5 Notebook Notebook
Febrary - March 1996
10 Formula 1 On the Right Track
Here come the Reds!

Roberto Boccafogli


A promising start to the season, a steadily improving car and, finally, some results. The Ferrari F310 is ready to take on the best of them.
16 Portfolio A question of Lines
Ferrari 250 Tour de France, s/n 0767 GT

Renzo Beltrami


It was bought to race and it defended itself honourably. Today, after undergoing several mechanical and styling modifications, it has been restored to its original splendour. For the Ferrari 250 "Tour de France" 767 GT life has begun anew. On the track.
26 Interview La Mia Ferrari
Luca di Montezemolo

Alessandro Giudice


After four years in the front line spent breaking, spurring on, and reining in a Prancing Horse that was often decidedly skittish, Ferrari Chairman Luca de Montezemolo, talks of his experience at Maranello. Starting with that time on the radio ...
34 Champions "Baby Bear" Jody
Jody Scheckter

Franco Lini


At the time of his F1 debut Jody Scheckter was all but unknown. Then he won the world title. With Ferrari.
40 Media The official Ferrari web site
http://www.ferrari.it

Luca Colajanni


This is the address at the official Ferrari web site, the Internet page that offers data, statistics, news, videos and lots more goodies for Ferrari fans.
47 Profile Tower Garage
A name synonymous with Ferrari in the UK for nearly thirty years.
49 Mondo Ferrari Mondo Ferrari
50 Events 66th Salon International De l'Auto
Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland, 7-17 March 1996
The annual Geneva Salon is generally regarded as one of the most prestigious and important motor shows in the world.
51 Events 19th Oldtimerbeurs
Antwerp, Belgium, 1-3- March 1996
New long established as one of Belgium's major classic shows, the Oldtimerbeurs was held in four halls of the Bouwcentrum, just off the Antwerp ring road.
52 Events Tour de France Auto
24-27 April 1996
This fifth Tour de France Auto event coincided with the centenary of one of the organizers, the ASAC Nice, so it was only appropriate that the renowned resort on the Cote d'Azur should host the finish of the event.
53 Events THe Brands Hatch Indy Circuit
7-8 April 1996
From the south of France, the series moved to the south of England for the second event in the series, with a total of thirty five competitors taking to the Brands Hatch Indy Circuit for the two day Easter meeting.
53 Events The London Classic Motor Show
Alexandra Palace London, 13-17 March 1996
The Great and Wes Halls at Alexandra Palace were the venue for the London Classic Motor Show over the weekend of 16-17 March.
54 News News
56 Events Calendar of Events
National and international meetings that Ferrari enthusiasts cannot afford to miss
57 Market Market
59 Buyer's Guide Ferrari Testarossa
Testarossa - 512 TR - F512M
The Testarossa made its debut before concessionaires, invited press and guests at the famed Ludo night club in the Champs-Elysées in Paris on the evening prior to the 1964 Paris Salon.
61 Models Dhont's exquisite creations

Brian Harvey


I keep a computer database on which I log every model currently available. Currently there are over 5,400 but that's conservative - it could be 25,000 or more if all the 'toy' and low-detail die cast models and plastic kits were to be included.