Carros & Motos
Enzo

Enzo Issue 1

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.

País:
United Kingdom
Língua:
English
Editora:
Dennis Publishing UK
Ler Mais
Nota Save 30% on your subscription!
COMPRAR EDIÇÃO
5,99 €(IVA Incl.)
ASSINATURA
21,97 €15,38 €(IVA Incl.)
4 Edições

nesta edição

1 minutos
red lines

WELCOME TO THE first edition of Enzo, an independent Ferrari magazine that sets out to entertain and inform with the best features about the cars, the people and the history of the world’s most iconic car company as it celebrates its 70th birthday. The first car bearing the Ferrari name was completed in March 1947 and, in this issue, worldrenowned car historian Doug Nye explores the formative years of Enzo Ferrari, the man whose passion and vision led to the creation of some of the most successful competition cars and most desirable road cars ever built. Seventy years on, Ferrari is stronger than ever, still competing and winning in the highest echelons of motorsport and launching road cars that set new standards. Our cover car is the latest, the 812 Superfast, whose…

2 minutos
cavallino cavalcade

SEVENTY VERY SPECIAL FERRARIS from over 20 countries descended on northern Italy in May to take part in the Cavalcade Classiche regularity rally – an exclusive event to mark the start of Ferrari’s 70th birthday celebrations. The cars and their owners, all there by special invitation, met at the luxurious Augustus Hotel in the picturesque seaside town of Forte dei Marmi for three days of touring in the Tuscany countryside. As the cars assembled in the gardens of the hotel, Rosso Corsa was the predominant colour but cars in silver, blue and Giallo Fly looked equally stunning in the evening light. ‘The cars looked stunning in the evening light’ On Saturday morning, the Cavalcade crossed the start line in central Forte dei Marmi en route to the ancient walled city of Lucca. The…

3 minutos
dino f1 engine emerges

WILLIAMIANSON.COM IT’S NOT OFTEN a piece of Ferrari Formula 1 history from the ’60s comes up for sale. This 2.4-litre Dino V6 engine, a Tipo 228, bearing the engine number 228 N1, was fitted to the 246 F1-66 that scored strong results in early 1966 in the hands of Lorenzo Bandini and was also driven extensively by John Surtees. In fact, the V6 car was built to be raced by Surtees in early ’66 in the Tasman series with its 2.5-litre ceiling, but a crash in his Lola Can-Am car put him out of action. He did, however, ‘convalesce’ by practising in the V6-engined car, but when the F1 season started he was obliged as team leader to take on the 3-litre V12 car that Ferrari had been developing, even though it…

2 minutos
sights at the museum

THE FERRARI MUSEUM in Maranello has been revamped and grown in size and this year hosts two new shows that celebrate the company’s 70 years. ‘Under the Skin’ recalls the career of Enzo himself and examines trends in innovation and style, while ‘Infinite Red’ charts the company’s history through its models. Under the Skin has been created in partnership with the London Design Museum and recounts the creative and engineering development of Ferrari down the years through a series of exceptional cars, beginning with Ferrari’s first, the 125 S. Technical drawings from the company archives and a selection of engines give insight into the design process through the years. There are also scale models showing the evolution of styles and technologies and they are linked to the life and times of…

3 minutos
less is more

IN THIS CONFUSING time of change and ‘FAKE NEWS. SAD!!!’, it is fitting that messages about the strength of the Ferrari brand should be mixed. Analysts at UBS recently suggested that Ferrari shares could hit $100, their optimism based in part on an assumption that Maranello is secretly developing that long-rumoured SUV. On July 6, the price was $85.70 a share. On July 12, when this column was written, it stood at $92.88. That’s good news for those invested – financially or otherwise – in the health of the company, and, we suppose, for those who can’t wait to invest in a shopping trolley with a Ferrari badge. Counterintuitively, though, the appetite for classic Ferraris (and we should note that the term is being used more loosely than ever) appears to have diminished…

2 minutos
club’s half century

THIS YEAR MAY mark a very significant milestone for Ferrari with its 70th birthday, but for the Ferrari Owners’ Club of Great Britain it’s an equally momentous year. The club, headquartered a stone’s throw from Silverstone, is celebrating half a century since it was formed. One of the most active of car clubs, the FOC puts on a raft of events for its members each year and it also operates two race series: the circuitbased Pirelli Ferrari formula classic and the Pirelli Ferrari Hillclimb Championship, both enthusiastically supported with a dozen or so rounds across the UK each season. Throughout the year, the FOC puts on numerous trackdays at venues such as Donington Park, Silverstone, Oulton Park and Goodwood. Open only to members, these provide the perfect opportunity to exercise seriously fast…