Issue 165

May 2018

Available as a Back Issue

Issue 165 cover


  1. Full Article

    Power Corrupts!

    When launched in 2012, the F12 was the most powerful roadgoing Ferrari ever.

  2. Naked Truth

    Who needs paint? This F12tdf flaunts its bare aluminum bodywork.

  3. Full Article

    Marzotto's Bet

    Carrozzeria Fontana created two unique Ferraris, including the aptly named Egg.

  4. Untapped Potential

    A string of mishaps hampered Maranello’s efforts at the 24 Hours of Daytona.

  5. Snap Judgment

    Buying a Ferrari Formula 1 car on a whim sounds like a fairy tale, but in real life there might just be a few drawbacks.

  6. Life Lessons

    After sitting in a barn for 17 years, this Dino 246 GT received a full-on, nut-and-bolt restoration that made it better than new.

  7. Ferrari in Formula 1: 1961-1988

    In the second installment of our series, we follow the Scuderia from its first mid-engine design to its struggles in F1’s first turbo era.

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