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Ferrari

Enzo . 1898--1988, Italian designer and manufacturer of racing cars
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THE racing car legend Enzo Ferrari was born this day in 1898.
The prancing horse had been the personal emblem of Italy's highest-scoring fighter pilot in World War One, Francesco Baracca, which Enzo Ferrari claimed had been given to him to use by the dead pilot's parents.
Enzo Ferrari had raced for Alfa Romeo in the 1920s and through the next decade established his privately-entered team under the name of Scuderia Ferrari.
Limited to a run of just 400, the Enzo Ferrari already has the demand of a classic car.
Enzo Ferrari described it as "the most beautiful car in the world.
In addition to detailing the on-track battles between the two racing teams, the book also profiles the careers of Enzo Ferrari and the Maserati brothers--and the racing machines they built.
According to an interview with Garth Stein posted on Stein's own website, Enzo is named for Enzo Ferrari, "who built one of the greatest car trademarks" and because "Ferrari is a dominant player in the world of Formula One racing.
With its stylish characteristics and its use of special materials, it combines the classic and the modern in the same way as the latest production born under the sign of the Drake, as Enzo Ferrari was known.
He explains how to master problems, develop teams, design strategies, build brand equity, manage people, and other tactics, using examples from Formula 1, NASCAR, the Indy 500, Toyota Racing Development, BMW, Chevrolet, and Enzo Ferrari, as well as those in the business world.
IT always pays to be careful who we insult - something the great supercar creator Enzo Ferrari should have born in mind when he heaped derision on rival engineer, Spaniard Wilfredo Ricart in the 1950s.
Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1929, as Scuderia Ferrari, the company sponsored drivers and manufactured race cars before moving into production of street-legal vehicles as Ferrari S.
En 1996, il rejoint le Conseil superieur des arts plastiques de l'UNESCO et realise des portraits et sculptures de nombreux hommes d'Etat (Helmut Kohl, Bill Clinton, Jacques Chirac), et de plusieurs artistes et personnalites de renom (Gerard Depardieu, Enzo Ferrari, MichaE1/2l Schumacher).