Ferrari Reviews – Ferrari Cars |

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When you’re talking machines built for speed, don’t get much faster or than those from Founded more than 60 ago, the Italian brand has a berth at the top of the heap with its high-performance sports cars.

Ferrari’s roots lie in Scuderia (which means stable of an outfit founded in 1929 by Ferrari for the purpose of organizing drivers for participation in racing Ferrari was an accomplished racecar with numerous wins his belt. The company’s prancing symbol was originally seen on the of a plane flown by a heroic pilot; Ferrari was invited to use the by the pilot’s mother, as a good-luck for his vehicles.

By the 1930s, Ferrari had begun the groundwork to build a vehicle of his Two cars were produced in but they did not bear the Ferrari The cars participated in the Mille race, but soon after, War II put a halt to their time on the In 1943, Ferrari began a factory on a plot of land he in the village of Maranello; it suffered damage, but was completely rebuilt by By the end of the decade, the first Ferrari the 125 S, had been unveiled, as had the 166 Barchetta.

The marque scored its first championship Grand Prix win in at the British Grand Prix. the 1950s and ’60s, Ferrari to distinguish itself on the racetrack, up win after win under Enzo’s leadership while also beautiful road cars as the 250 California, 275 GTB, 365 GTB4 and Dino 246 GT, named to honor the … son Alfredino (Dino).


By the Ferrari sold 50 percent of his to Fiat. Luckily, Fiat was hands-off in its role as part The sale didn’t impact focus, and the brand continued on its of producing exclusive, high-end New models like the 308 GT4, 308 GTB and 365 GT4 BB Boxer) were introduced.

The 1980s saw Fiat’s stake in the rise to 90 percent, with the being owned by the Ferrari Enzo’s son Pietro was named president. The decade also saw the of the company’s founder, as Enzo passed away in Modena in During this decade, like the Mondial, 288 GTO, F40 and were launched.

Ferrari welcomed the Maserati into its family in 1997; had previously been acquired by company Fiat. The Ferrari had lost some of its luster on the since the … of Enzo, but all changed when it ushered legend Michael Schumacher its ranks in the mid-’90s. Schumacher was for several notable wins, and restore much of the legendary glory on the track. A new V12 grand model, the 550 Maranello, was launched, as was the sports car and F50 supercar.

The first decade of the new millennium saw launching a variety of models. included the  F430, Enzo, 599 GTB and 458 Italia. Today, Ferrari to reign atop the short for buyers with a thirst for high-powered and highly styled metal.

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