Antonio Ghini, Ferrari’s former Brand and Communications Director and now editor-in-chief of The Official Ferrari Magazine, takes us through all the latest news and interesting facts, as well as chatting with readers.
Full-size, smiling and usually standing alongside something that shows off their work, the technicians and test-drivers behind the development of the LaFerrari supercar welcome visitors to the exhibition at the Ferrari Museum that stars the most extraordinary Ferraris ever built, from the 250 GTO to the F40, the F50, the Enzo and the related competition models
The birth of a supercar: an unprecedented exhibition opens at the Ferrari Museum in Maranello this March
The Prancing Horse’s eagerly-awaited new Enzo-replacement supercar will be unveiled to the world simultaneously at the Geneva Motor Show and the Ferrari Museum. That event provides the inspiration for a new exhibition illustrating the technical and stylistic development of the Prancing Horse’s unique supercars, past and present
People relate to each other in many different ways. And it’s often difficult to guess what any other individual, no matter how affable or polite they may be, is really feeling. That’s why it was so especially touching and uplifting to hear Luca di Montezemolo’s Christmas speech to the Prancing Horse employees during which he spoke about the emotion he feels every time he walks into Ferrari.
Eddy Cue, one of Apple’s Senior Vice Presidents, has joined the Ferrari Board of Directors. This was an ingenious move by Chairman Montezemolo which further broadens the horizons of Ferrari, a company for which technology and innovation have always been core values
Safer cars and circuits each season encourage drivers to take risks. How can we stop them?
Yes, I know. Big news. However, it’s something that makes a very important difference indeed in Maranello.
It might seem like a bit of an exaggeration to say that not one of the 37 little 166 Inters built was exactly same as any other.
Some champions – usually the most popular – think it could never happen to them
The most beautiful Ferraris ever built paraded across the Venice Lagoon on three huge barges. A real world first and a truly once-off spectacle.
The optimism of the emerging nations helps us forget the pessimism of European art