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Enzo Issue 7

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.

United Kingdom
Autovia Limited
Back issues only
4 Issues

in this issue

1 min
a gripping yarn…

IT WAS EITHER the first or the second run. Whatever, next time I came around the corner in the 328 for the photographer, the brand new 348tb had spun to the inside, mounted the squat, scrubby bank and broken its splitter. It was a low-speed excursion and there was little damage but the editor, who’d been driving, was in a right flap and decided he needed to take the 348 straight back to Ferrari and apologise. I thought it should have been Ferrari doing the apologising, for delivering an undercooked mid-engined car; there was no question that the older 328 was the better-sorted of the two. In this issue we meet up with the 348 again, almost 30 years after its launch. At a test track. Some of its fans think…

1 min
schumacher at 50

‘The exhibition celebrates the career of the seven-time World Champion’ ON JANUARY 3, the occasion of Michael Schumacher’s 50th birthday, a special exhibition opened at the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, celebrating the career of the seven-time World Champion. ‘Michael 50’ has been put together with the help of the champion’s charity, the Keep Fighting Foundation, and tells the story of Schumacher’s extraordinary record-breaking F1 career: seven world titles, 91 victories, 155 podiums and 77 fastest laps. The Hall of Victories displays some of the most important Ferrari single-seaters driven in his 11 years with Scuderia Ferrari, from the F310 of 1996, with which Schumacher won three GPs in his first season, to the 248 F1 of 2006, in which he triumphed at the Chinese GP for his 72nd and final victory with…

4 min
schumacher exhibition

Schumacher’s top five Ferrari drives Although at times a controversial figure, the brilliance of Michael Schumacher the racer is plain to see in the incredible statistics of his Formula 1 career, not least the five drivers’ titles won with Ferrari in consecutive years. His skill in getting the most from a car was clearly evident, especially in the wet, though another big part of his success was his ability to think about strategy and discuss options with the team, often while reeling off consistent yet scintillating laps. Here we’ve selected five outstanding drives from a truly remarkable career. Spanish GP Barcelona, June 2, 1996 schumacher’s first season at Ferrari yielded third in the Drivers’ Championship, which rather flattered the woeful F310. in spain, he showed that extraordinary skill could turn a dreadful car into a…

3 min
challenge uk is go!

FERRARI USED THE autosport international show in January to confirm a uK series of Ferrari challenge races for 2019 and announce a new initiative to get competition cars from the last 30 years out on track, albeit non-competitively. The Ferrari challenge UK series for 488 racers is the first one-make Ferrari series dedicated to a single market outside italy and shows the value the company places in the uK market. The series will conform to the same rules and regulations as the other Ferrari challenge series around the world, in north america, the eu and aPac, but will be open to drivers with a national a licence, rather than an international c. The series kicks off with a non-scoring ‘prologue’ meeting in april before moving on to the series proper, the…

3 min
are you not entertained?

IN A SOFTER MARKET there is greater pressure on auction houses to deliver exceptional cars, and the big names had certainly rooted out some stunning and varied stuff for this year’s Scottsdale sales, which were just getting under way as we went to press. Having sold a 1956 290 MM for a whisker over $22 million in December, RM Sotheby’s arrived in Arizona with 23 ferraris, including a car fit for a queen – or a princess, at least. Thanks to antiquated rules intended to prevent a mere commoner from climbing too high up the social ladder, Mary Lilian Baels was not allowed to take the title of Queen upon her marriage to King Leopold iii of Belgium in 1941; she would have to make do with ‘princesse Lilian’. She never…

2 min
racing ahead

RACING IS AT THE HEART of everything that Ferrari does, so it’s only fitting that the marque’s biggest owners’ club in Europe is also heavily involved in motorsport. The Ferrari Owners’ Club of great Britain has been around for more than half a century, and for much of that time it has run two race series, one for circuits and the other for hillclimbs. Last year the club launched a third series, called the Ferrari Club gB racing series, which this year will expand in conjunction with the Ferrari Owners’ Club of germany. ‘The new series is the perfect stepping stone in to Ferrari’s own Challenge series’ The calendar for the new series runs to five rounds in 2019, taking in spa on april 27-28, Donington park on June 29, then the…