Issue 95

August 2009

Available as a Back Issue

Issue 95 cover


  1. Full Article

    Handling With Care

    When it came time to improve the 599 GTB Fiorano’s performance, Ferrari decided to leave weight and power alone and focus on handling.

  2. The Concrete Canyon

    Risi Competizione won at Sebring, and wanted to repeat at Long Beach. The team scored pole position, but then things fell apart.

  3. Overhaulin' the C4

    While he liked many aspects of his 365 GTC/4, one owner wanted to freshen things up. In the process, he created a unique Ferrari.

  4. Concours in Motion

    We follow the 2009 Copperstate 1000, one of the coolest road rallies in the U.S.

  5. Wing and a Prayer, Part II

    Scuderia Ferrari embraced underbody downforce in the 1970s, and soon progressed to other exciting aerodynamic innovations.

  6. Road Scholar

    When the 250 LM wasn’t accepted as a GT-class racer, Ferrari turned to the 275 GTB/C.

  7. Mamma Mia!

    Four races into the 2009 season, the Scuderia has only one points-paying finish to its name. What’s gone wrong?

  8. The Prancing Clydesdale?

    Ferrari doesn’t make four-doors, but Maserati does—and the newest one seems aimed at Maranello fans.

  9. The Classic V12s

    Now just might be the time to buy the 275, 330, 365, Daytona or GTC/4 of your dreams.

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