Tracking history

Scuderia Ferrari 90th anniversary

Ferrari's turbo revolution

Ferrari's turbo revolution

From Villeneuve on the cover of Time magazine to the technical revolution completed with the 488

After hours in Rome

After hours in Rome

Cars | Every issue of The Official Ferrari Magazine carries a short story featuring a Ferrari. Written by international authors, their inspiration comes from the design of the car, its colour or technical features. In this issue, Ben Schott, best-selling author of 12 books, takes us on a Roman intrigue, inspired by the new Ferrari Roma. It all begins when a Russian oligarch commissions a 'specialist' to recover a stolen copy of a book of poems by Pushkin...

True Brit

People | 50 years ago Paul Smith opened a small boutique in Nottingham which sold established clothing labels, alongside pieces that he had designed himself. Knighted in 2000 for his services to British fashion, Sir Paul Smith is one of the country's greatest designers. A man who famously finds inspiration in everything, he's also a huge music fan and a big fan of wheels. Of any kind… We celebrate his 50th anniversary in fashion with this interview published in Tofm's issue 36 in 2017

The aerodynamics of the SF90 Stradale

Cars | Managing airflow around a car is crucial to performance. None more so than for the SF90 Stradale, Maranello's first hybrid. We get a guided tour of the innovations that led to two patents for Ferrari