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Ferrari

Enzo . 1898--1988, Italian designer and manufacturer of racing cars
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Dieter Knechtel, chief executive officer, Far East and Middle East, Ferrari, said, 'We are truly proud of the incomparable heritage and history of our brand, founded by the great Enzo Ferrari, which continues to enthrall 'Ferraristi' worldwide even today and bring in more people into the Ferrari family.
This fact might have saddened Enzo Ferrari, who passionately believed in racing above all else.
The ride's name honours World War 1 Italian fighter ace Count Francesco Baracca who famously used the Cavallino Rampante or Prancing Horse emblem in battle and which was later adopted by Enzo Ferrari as the company's official symbol.
A Motor Sport Hall of Fame paid tribute to Enzo Ferrari, Ayrton Senna, Juan Manuel Fangio, Michael Schumacher, Tazio Nuvolari, Stirling Moss, Jim Clark and Sir Jackie Stewart A special feature celebrated the 60th anniversary of the avantgarde Citroen DS.
The decision to produce such a small number is in line with the 1967 275 GTS4 NART Spider, the open version of the 275 GTB4 that importer Luigi Chinetti specifically requested from Enzo Ferrari for his US clients.
Two years later, Jack went after Enzo Ferrari and the Scuderia.
Thrilling design is a tall order given the F-Type's inspiration: the E-Type of the '60s, a car Enzo Ferrari deemed the most beautiful ever made.
1898: Enzo Ferrari, who created the most successful grand prix team in history, was born.
The pair also checked out Red, Ferrari World's new theatrical spectacle celebrating Enzo Ferrari and his love for speed, style and everything Italian.
In his autobiography, he describes his relationship with many drivers and team owners of his era, from Stirling Moss to John Surtees, Nigel Mansell to Ayrton Senna, Damon Hill to current world champion Michael Schumacher, and Enzo Ferrari to Ron Dennis of McLaren.
In a move that the late team founder Enzo Ferrari would have thought perfectly normal, they picked up the telephone to headquarters.
It was built just after the Second World War by manufacturer Enzo Ferrari and has now been restored for 500,000 dollars by one dedicated owner, the Daily Mail reported.