History

In the Camp of the Enemy 1

In the Camp of the Enemy

Events at home in Argentina led Juan Manuel Fangio to drive for Ferrari—the team he’d been competing against for eight years.

The Rally Years 1

The Rally Years

In the late 1970s and early ’80s, Michelotto turned the Ferrari 308 GTB into a Group 4 contender.

Immorality Clause 1

Immorality Clause

Unfettered by the rules of contemporary Grand Prix racing, Scuderia Ferrari’s Bimotores were designed to tackle some of the highest-speed races of the mid-1930s.

The Lost Years 1

The Lost Years

In the late 1960s and early ’70s, this Ferrari wowed racing fans around Ecuador.

Heart Transplant 1

Heart Transplant

Four years after 375 MM s/n 0318AM was destroyed in the Carrera Panamericana, its 4.5-liter V12 found a new home on the water.

Westward, Ho! 0

Westward, Ho!

An eye-witness account of Ferrari’s first race on America’s West Coast.

The Prancing Clydesdale 0

The Prancing Clydesdale

Paul Newman and Budweiser teamed up to turn the first Ferrari 308 GTB in the U.S. into an SCCA contender.

Power Play 1

Power Play

When Lancia decided to go Group C racing, it turned to Ferrari for a brand-new, turbocharged engine.

The Last Testa Fissa 1

The Last Testa Fissa

Powered by a very special 1,500cc engine, this Scuderia Ferrari Alfa Romeo has twice finished on the Mille Miglia podium—76 years apart.

The Beast 1

The Beast

The 412 MI combined Maranello’s most powerful engine with a one-off sports-racing chassis. Today, it stands as a ferocious reminder of an era of hot-rod Ferraris.

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