Passion

Passion

Maranello goes back to work

Maranello goes back to work

Ferrari resumes its activities and a Monza SP2, an 812 GTS and an F8 Tributo are the first cars to roll off the production lines

Unity is strength

Unity is strength

Clients who have taken part over the years in Cavalcade events joined forces with Ferrari for a concrete help to the health system in the Province of Modena

The Lion Heart

The Lion Heart

Sir Stirling Moss was one of motorsport's greatest drivers. Despite 16 Formula One GP wins he never became World Champion. But he triumphed in all the big sports car races, several times driving a Ferrari. He passed away recently at 90 years of age. We honour the British racer's life and extraordinary career by re-publishing this exclusive interview from issue 5 of The Official Ferrari Magazine, in 2009

A challenging Tailor Made request

A challenging Tailor Made request

It was quite an unusual request: create a string of unique cars to pay homage to a series of iconic Ferrari models of the past. The Ferrari Tailor Made programme was up to the task

Along the streets of Hanoi

Along the streets of Hanoi

For the first time ever Vietnam was supposed to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix. It will certainly take place next year. In the meantime we tried out the city circuit in a Ferrari 488 GTB. Discovering a city full of charm and history

Modelling perfection

Modelling perfection

Bristol-based Amalgam has been making scale models of Ferrari cars - including highly personalised Atelier models - for 20 years. Demand is high, just like the level of precision in the work

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