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Phil Hill

American Spirit


Ferrari’s relationship with the US has continued to grow ever since the first Maranello model landed stateside 60 years ago. We tell the story of gentlemen racing drivers, spirited team privateers and faithful tifosi, who nourish American appetites for the Prancing Horse to this day

The novelist Garth Stein poses with the 458 Italia; photo Sinisha Nisevic

The write stuff

The hero of Garth Stein’s best-selling novel ‘The art of racing in the rain’ took a test drive in a Ferrari F430. So how would the man himself find the 458 Italia on the streets of Los Angeles? In an exclusive interview with The Official Ferrari Magazine, we spoke to the Seattle-based writer about his love of motor racing and the prancing horse

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