Enzo Issue 11

Enzo is an all-new quarterly magazine, dedicated exclusively to Ferrari… the road cars, the race cars, and the designers, engineers and drivers who have created the Ferrari legend. Every issue is packed with road tests of the latest models, epic drive stories, track tests of iconic racers, tales from the past, and interviews with the leading personalities in the Ferrari world.

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back issues

ISSUE 2 (WINTER 2017/18) • Mid-engined V8s group test, from 308 to 488 • Enzo Ferrari profile, part two • Classic drive: 330 GTC • Great race: Le Mans ’65 • F40 close encounters • 550 Maranello buying guide ISSUE 6 (WINTER 2018/19) • Daytona meets 365 GTC/4 • Ferraris for four – 456 GT vs 612 Scaglietti • Derek Bell profile • 430 Scuderia Spider 16M road test • The last Mille Miglia • F40 buying guide ISSUE 3 (SPRING 2018) • Dino celebration – 206 vs 246, Dino engines, Dino the Man, Stratos v Fiat Dino, and more • GTC4 Lusso T drive • Great race: 1953 French Grand Prix • FXX K Evo reveal • F355 buying guide ISSUE 7 (SPRING 2019) • 250 Lusso drive • 348 handling test • F40 racer restored • 488 Pista to Mugello drive story • Great race: Mansell, Hungary, 1989 • Testarossa buying guide ISSUE 4 (SUMMER…

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all the road cars 1940s-1950s

166/195/212 (1947-1951) First true road car was 166, with 2-litre Colombo V12 (166 the capacity of each cylinder). Larger-engined 195 and 212 followed. Total built c200. 166 Inter: 1995cc V12, 110bhp, 106mph 250 GT Boano/Ellena (1955-59) First ‘volume-produced’ Ferrari with classic 3-litre Colombo V12. Most designed by Pinin Farina, but built by Boano and later Ellena. Total built: 130. 250 GT: 2953cc V12, 240bhp, 125mph 250 GT Cabriolet (1956-1962) Less sporting than the Spyders of the period, the Cabriolets were fine touring cars. Series 2 (above) arrived in 1960. Around 240 built in total. Series 2: 2953cc V12, 240bhp, 130mph 250 GT SWB (1959-62) The SWB, or Short Wheelbase Berlinetta, is one of the greatest and most collectible of all Ferraris. Around half of the 167 built were competition cars, raced with much success, including by Stirling Moss, but the…

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12 min
under the radar

Do you ever get those ‘don’t blind me with the facts’ moments? I am a regular sufferer, which may explain my many calamitous car purchases. A suspiciously cheap Lotus Esprit S3 sold by a dodgy looking bloke called Barry? What could possibly go wrong? Everything, as you have already doubtless surmised. But that was a while back. Far more recently, when I really should have known a very great deal better, I nearly got myself into so much hot water that the Esprit would have seemed a tepid teaspoon by comparison. It came about via the following infallible logic: I must own a Ferrari, this is a Ferrari, therefore I must own it. ‘It’ was a 308 GT4, which was for sale for, wait for it, £5000. And in the 1990s…

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red lines

You know You’re getting on a bit when you make a noise when rising from low furniture, when your grandkids configure your electronic devices and when you think Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s relax was at the top of the hit parade about 20 years ago. In fact, it was number one in 1984, the year that Ferrari launched the Testarossa. Back then, a mid-engined car with around 400bhp was a supercar. Today there are supercars with 1000bhp and we’re promised electric supercars with the equivalent of 2000bhp. Such enormous performance can be placed in the hands of the general public because of sophisticated electronic systems that keep them safe. The height of sophistication on later evolutions of the Testarossa was anti-lock brakes. useful on the entry to a corner but after that…

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and the overall winner is…

Thanks for all your entries to win a genuine ferrari overall, as worn by employees at the ferrari factory at Maranello. The winner is Vitor sousa, from Portugal, pictured right getting stuck into an extensive restoration of his 1994 456 GT. ‘My first ferrari was an 1988 ferrari Testarossa that I bought in Bristol and drove to Portugal,’ says Vitor. ‘I sold it in 2013 and bought the 456 GT. In february 2019 I started to take care of the 456: major service on the engine, dampers rebuilt, window mechanism rebuilt, interior redone with original Connolly leather… I hope to have the car ready around april, fingers crossed!’ Congratulations, Vitor! The overall is in the post. We also particularly liked the entries from Vern Cornell, standing proudly beside the engine that he’s removed…