History

The Wilderness Years 1

The Wilderness Years

After being fired by Alfa Romeo then having his new company nationalized for the war effort, Enzo Ferrari turned to manufacturing mechanical components and machine tools.

Surf and Turf 1

Surf and Turf

With the Testarossa sweeping the exotic-car world off its feet, Ferrari set out to make some literal waves.

Expeditionary Force 1

Expeditionary Force

Enzo Ferrari sent four Grand Prix cars to contest the 1952 Indianapolis 500. We drive one of them.

Testa Rossa With a Twist 1

Testa Rossa With a Twist

In the early 1960s, two Swiss brothers built and raced their own Ferrari-based sports car. Today, that long-ago machine has been reborn.

Italian Invasion 1

Italian Invasion

America discovered Ferrari following its one-two finish in the ’51 Carrera Panamericana.

Creating Ferrari's First Championships 1

Creating Ferrari's First Championships

By emphasizing logic, quality, and reliability, Aurelio Lampredi redefined Maranello’s engineering approach. The results speak for themselves.

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.

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