Ferrari World issue 35

October / November 1996

Language English language icon English
Dimensions softcover, 72 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 35, October / November 1996

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Contents Contents
3 Editorial Editorial

Alessandro Giudice


Even though the statistics might have us believe otherwise, the Italian Grand Prix somehow brings the championship back to square one. In reality the season is almost over and yet the Monza event represents a species of launching pad for the season to come as well as a chance to wind up a so-so season in style.
5 Notebook Notebook

June - July 1996


10 Formula 1 The Monza Genius

Roberto Boccafogli


Schumacher and Ferrari went to Monza knowing that millions of the faithful were hoping against hope for that long-awaited victory. The feeling was that the moment of truth was at hand. It was. And the truth was Ferrari.
16 Portfolio The Berlinetta
Ferrari 550 Maranello
A sporting cocktail of extraordinary performance and muscular lines. Past and future have been cunningly blended to create the new front-engined Ferrari.
27 Profile Graypaul
A £ 25 off the Shelf Comapny Name that is now one of the country's most respected Ferrari dealers.
28 Feature Phoenix arisen
Dino 206 S, chassis 026

Silvana Casarotto


It had been completely destroyed. But a Dino 206 S never dies. The joys and sorrows of 026, the little prototype that rose from the ashes.
36 Champions The Professor
Alain Prost

Roberto Boccafogli


When he arrived at Maranello Prost had everything: skill, charisma, class, and three world titles. But it wasn't enough ...
42 Formula 1 The Anti "Wing car"
Ferrari 312 T3, chassis 036

Alessandro Giudice


Reutemann won with this car and Villeneuve used it to earn his F1 spurs. It was to be the last great bulwark against the assault of the ground effect cars. The story of Ferrari 312 T3 number 036.
49 Mondo Ferrari Mondo Ferrari
50 Events Ferrari at the British Grand Prix
Silverstone, 12-14 July 1996
Before the Ferrari F310s took to the track, Jean Todt and Eddie Irvine attended a press conference hosted by Shell in their hospitality suite on the evening of Thursday 11 July.
51 Events Ferrari Racing Days
Nürburgring, Germany 19-21 July 1996
The Nürburgring witnessed the largest ever factory organised Ferrari gathering over the weekend in July, with over thirteen hundred examples of the marque in attendance on the Sunday.
52 Events Coys International Historical Festival
Silverstone, 3-4 August 1996
The Silverstone Circuit was modified after the British GP in mid July specifically for this meeting, the revised circuit being called the Historic Grand Prix Track.
53 Events Boys 275 Day Out
Oxfordshire, 31 july 1996
On 31 July, Brand Wang hosted a gathering for Ferrari 275 GTB owner friends at his country retreat in Oxfordshire.
54 Events Auto Italia International Weekend
Goodwood - Brooklands, 6-7 July 1996
The Auto Italia International Weekend for owners and enthusiasts of Italian cars, began at the Goodwood circuit on Saturday. The gathering was truly an international with a variety of Italian marques registered in Germany, Holland, Switzerland, USA and a large continent from the Fiat Club Belgio with some very rare models.
54 Events Calendar of events
National and international meetings that Ferrari enthusiasts cannot afford to miss.
55 Events BBC Top Gear Live
Silverstone, 18-23 July 1996
The inaugural BBC Top Gear Live Show was held over a five day weekend, within the infield of the Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit.
57 News News
61 Market Market
65 Buyer's Guide Berlinetta Boxers
Ferrari 365 GT4/BB, 512 BB, 512 BBi
The Berlinetta Boxer was the first mid-engined road car produced by Ferrari to bear the Ferrari badge. Although manufactured by Ferrari , the 206 GT and 246 GT Dinos were only ever badged as Dinos.
67 Models Are you sitting comfortably?

Brian Harvey


Once upon a time in the early 1970s there were no models of racing or classic cars worth collecting.