Passion

Passion

THE FARMSTEAD OF CHAMPIONS

THE FARMSTEAD OF CHAMPIONS

Still today, seen from outside the front gate, the historic Maranello headquarters resemble a typical farmstead building in Emilia-Romagna. That's how Enzo Ferrari was obliged to build it during the Second World War, owing to the limited resources available at the time. A hi-tech factory, featuring cutting edge architecture, has since grown up within it. But even to this day all new Ferrari cars pass through that historic entrance from which the legendary 125 S first emerged in 1947

The power of Passion

The power of Passion

When Ferrari becomes art. For many, its cars are already works of art, art in its pure form, in the sculptured lines of their bodywork, in the harmonic sound of their engines, and in the emotions that they provoke at first sight. And it's a form of art that inspires artists. Here some of the world's greatest illustrators portray the Ferrari universe in their own personal and unique style

In honour of Gianni Agnelli

In honour of Gianni Agnelli

After an extremely hard-fought season Schumacher takes his sixth Drivers' title and Ferrari its 13th Constructors' championship, a fitting homage to 'the lawyer' - Gianni Agnelli - who died at the beginning of the year