Issue 98

December 2009

Available as a Back Issue

Issue 98 cover


  1. Full Article

    Road Test: The Best of Both Worlds

    To create the final F430 model, Ferrari merged the Scuderia’s go-fast parts with the Spider’s chassis. The result? Wow!

  2. Cresting the Summit

    After struggling for more than half of the 2009 season, Scuderia Ferrari finally wins a Grand Prix.

  3. Full Article

    A Short, Happy Life

    Tom Cole inspired the Cad-Allard in America, then turned his attention to racing Ferraris in Europe. But his grand adventure soon came to an unfortunate end.

  4. Victory Lap

    We ride along as the 1950 Mille Miglia-winning Ferrari 166 MM/195 S returns to Italy to tackle the modern-day Mille Miglia Storica.

  5. Contemporaries: Carbo-loading

    Many Ferrari fans look down on the Mondial for its lack of power. One Mondial owner solved that problem in an unusual fashion—with a quartet of carburetors.

  6. Star Struck

    The Goodwood Festival of Speed attracts celebrities of all stripes, from Jesse James in his 900-hp desert racer to Marc Gene with a Ferrari F2008.

  7. Risi’s Roller Coaster

    Risi Competizione won at Sebring and Le Mans this year, but has struggled in the shorter races.

  8. The Modern 12s

    With prices falling, the Testarossa and 456 have become even better bangs for the buck. The Boxers and 550/575M Maranellos aren’t bad, either.

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