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The Daytona myth

With an exhibition at the Museo Ferrari in Maranello, Ferrari celebrates the Daytona circuit, whose name is closely linked to the extraordinary Prancing Horse race and road models. The queen of the exhibition is the legendary P4, winner of the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona Race

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Garage Band

Noisy, glamorous and with that teasing frisson of danger, fast cars and rock stars have always been made for each other. We discover how, in the glittery world of the guitar hero and Ferrari collector Sammy Hagar, the power of the Prancing Horse has even influenced his singing style

Eric Fellner with his Triumph Bonneville and his 458 Italia; photo Neil Bridge

Movie man

Eric Fellner is one of the most successful movie producers in the world. His company, Working Title, has racked up 100 Films, including monster hits like Four Weddings and a Funeral and Bridget Jones’ diary. Though he usually prefers to let his work do the talking, Fellner was happy to discuss cars and in particularhis abiding love of Ferrari in this exclusive interview with The Official Ferrari Magazine

Nino Vaccarella

A special headmaster

When he was at the wheel of a Ferrari in the World Championship, he was also keeping busy as the owner of a school in Palermo. Nino Vaccarella reveals just how different it was to be a driver over 30 years ago

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The greatest 12-Cylinder? All of them…

Important customers and international journalists tell us which Ferrari V12s should be a candidate for ‘part of the world’s heritage’. Lots of opinions, lots of different models. which V12 is the greatest? All of them…

Nick Mason and Eric Clapton, photo: Jack English

Hitting all the right notes

Nick Mason, Pink Floyd’s drummer, talks for the Ferrari Magazine to rock legend Eric Clapton about his other great obsession: cars

Panamerican 20000, photo: Gabriela Noris

The ultimate endurance test

It doesn’t seem possible that production Ferraris could negotiate the steep, twisting roads of the Andes or tour the whole of China and India with minimal underbody protection. But we discover they’ve done just that and with whom