|Ferrari's Anniversary Celebrations Get Underway With Re-Enactment Of 125 S Driving Through The Maranello Gates|
|Maranello (Italy), 10 March 2017 – On March 12 1947, Enzo Ferrari fired up the 125 S, the first car to bear his name. That test-drive on the streets of Maranello marked the start of modern Ferrari history. The then-modest factory quickly grew into one of the great internationally-renowned Made in Italy icons. Now, exactly 70 years later, on March 12 2017, Ferrari launches its official celebrations for this milestone anniversary.
To coincide with the official start of the celebrations a...[Read more...]|
|Mille Miglia to Formula 1 - The Cars are the Starsat Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion|
|MONTEREY, Calif., Aug. 1, 2016 —When the green flag waves Aug. 18 to kick-off the seventh edition of the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, spectators will enjoy a paddock filled with 550 authentic race cars steeped in history.
From pre-war to the '80s, the overload of sights and sounds at the raceway Aug. 18-21 will provide a sensory experience unique to the renowned Monterey Classic Car Week. Forty eight cars will be running in Group 1A that is comprised...[Read more...]|
|1956 Argentine Grand Prix: Least in the Kingdom is Greater|
| ||Speaking of the power of humility, the Bible says the least, within the context of the world, if they follow God's commands, shall be greater than those considered great.
To say that Luigi Musso was the least within the kingdom of Scuderia Ferrari would be a terrible understatement. Having a reputation for caring more about his cars than those that pilot them, it was certainly true that Enzo held little place in his heart for his fellow Italian. However, in the Roman's very first Formula One...[Read more...]|
|Luigi Musso: Talented, Tempting and Troubled|
| ||Following Alberto Ascari's back-to-back titles in 1952 and 1953 there have been no Italian Formula One World Champions. While there has been a great amount of hope throughout the years, Italians have been left without a World Champion. Perhaps, it could be argued, all such hopes died with Luigi Musso on the 6th of July in 1958.
Since Ascari there have certainly been some notable Italian drivers within Formula One history books. Such names as Michele Alboreto, Elio de Angelis, Alex Zanardi, Ri...[Read more...]|
|The Trident is Raised|
One of Italy's most famous marks, and perhaps most troubled, the trident-bearing automaker continues to provoke passion through its search of excellence.
Five brothers would come together in December of 1914 to found a motor company bearing their name—Maserati. Alfieri, Bindo, Carlo, Ettore and Ernesto had all demonstrated a passion for automobiles, particularly racing, during those early years at the turn of the 20th century.
The foundations of the company would actually begin ...[Read more...]|