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History

Genesis 1.5:12 1

Genesis 1.5:12

Enzo Ferrari commissioned an ambitious V12 engine for the first cars built under his name. And while it was a risky, even foolhardy, move, the gamble paid off.

First Drive

The Best of Both Worlds 1

The Best of Both Worlds

Combining the F430 Spider and 430 Scuderia makes sense on paper, but does the Scuderia Spider 16M deliver the goods on the street?

People

The Short, Happy Life of Tom Cole 1

The Short, Happy Life of Tom Cole

Privateer racer Tom Cole made a name for himself in the early 1950s, but paid the ultimate price for his love of motorsport.

People

Piero on Ferrari  1

Piero on Ferrari

We talk with Enzo Ferrari’s son about cars, racing and the company today.

Classics

Lovely Lusso 1

Lovely Lusso

This 250 GT/L’s beauty is more than skin deep—it also has 300 horsepower!

Restorations

Labor of Love 1

Labor of Love

Although it took much longer than expected, Paul Newman has no regrets about restoring his 308.

Driven

Handling With Care 1

Handling With Care

With the HGTE package, Ferrari engineers set out to improve the 599’s performance without reducing its comfort. Did they succeed?

Comparison

Boxer Rebellion 1

Boxer Rebellion

With mid-mounted flat-12 engines, the Boxer Berlinetta and Testarossa modernized Ferrari’s road-car lineup.

Road Test

Will it Play in Peoria? 1

Will it Play in Peoria?

We visit the typical American city to drive an atypical Ferrari—a 620-horsepower 612 Scaglietti.

Classics

Italian Muscle 1

Italian Muscle

Wanting to counter the onslaught of big-bore American V8-engined racers, Enzo Ferrari ordered the creation of a car with a 4.1-liter V12—appropriately enough, it was dubbed the 340 America.

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