Issue 75

February 2007

Available as a Back Issue

Issue 75 cover


  1. Dream Machine

    Having a car designed-to-order is a dream of many enthusiasts, but Peter Kalikow actually had it done. By Pininfarina, no less.

  2. Relentless Risi

    Houston’s Risi Competizione arrived at Laguna Seca with two Ferrari F430 GTs and a slim lead in the ALMS GT2 Teams’ championship. Could Risi hang on to win the title?

  3. Flour Power

    When Count Giovanni Volpi wanted to beat Ferrari at his own game, he turned to Giotto Bizzarrini. The result was the one-off Breadvan.

  4. Market Report: Classic 2+2s

    We check out the prices for Ferrari’s “family cars,” from the ’60s 250 GTE to the ’80s 412.

  5. Bittersweet Symphony

    With three races to go, Ferrari and Michael Schumacher looked ready to win both titles. But things didn’t quite go to plan.

  6. Full Article

    Evoluzione of the Species

    Many tifosi regard the F40 as the best Ferrari of the modern era. Little do they know that s/n 74049 and its prototype siblings paved the way.

  7. March Madness

    When we think hillclimb, we don’t envision F1 cars, flat-12 sports-racers and a driveway. But all three are part of the magic at Goodwood.

  8. Hometown Rivalry, Part 9

    With speeds increasing unchecked in the late 1950s, the sports-car world championship would eventually be reined in—but not before the Ferrari 335 S and Maserati 450S took to the track.

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