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Cellist Mario Brunello performs on the Fiorano track; photo Alberto Novelli

A V12 concerto

The cellist Mario Brunello discovers the unique poetry of the various sounds of a V12 engine during a special day at Fiorano. Ferrari Technical director Roberto Fedeli is the man responsible for tuning up these particular instruments; the perfect job, given his passion for music, and other role as lead guitarist in Maranello’s very own Red House Blues Band

Nick Mason at the wheel of the FF; photo Lee Brimble

Complete control

Where better to test the revolutionary FF than the snowcovered mountain roads surrounding Brunico, in the Alto Adige area of the dolomites? Nick Mason, drummer with Pink Floyd, collector and expert driver, unleashes the FF’s 660hP v12 and demonstrates the efficiency of its all-wheel drive. There’s even room on-board for his drum kit…

Bachman with his wife and son, with 3 examples of his collection; photo Richard Foulser

The yellow family

Phil Bachman, an American from Tennesee, has found a truly original way to collect only the most exclusive Ferrari models: he always buys the very last model in the series and always asks for the colour yellow. We met with him to discover his treasure trove of distinctive cars

Stroll poses with his 330 P4 on the circuit of Mont Tremblant; photo Blair Gable

Freedom road

Canadian fashion mogul Lawrence Stroll dreamt of owning a Ferrari 330 P4 when he was a child. with a lifetime’s hard work to back up those dreams, he has gone on to acquire not just a P4 but also a number of other hugely significant Ferraris, and a famous circuit to drive them on