It all began in Maranello, a small town south of Modena, Italy, where Enzo Ferrari created
a make of car that would conquer the realm of automobile enthusiasts
for a long time to come. A love for Ferrari lasts a lifetime: anyone who
has entered the magic triangle of power, speed, and beauty under the
sign of the prancing horse remains captivated. Ferrari fascination: the
aim of this updated edition is to convey a little of its allure to the
reader and the viewer. This book presents the long series of models in
chronological order, from the Spider Touring of 1948 to the new LaFerrari of 2013.
With 424 pages, more than 550 photographies, and an abundance of information, the exciting text consolidates the total picture.
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch studied photography
design in Munich and in 1964 opened a studio for advertising
photography. Even during his studies, visits to car races led him to
discover his passion for motor sports and fast cars.
studies of English and German philology took him to Geneva, Münster,
and Bonn. He has written numerous contributions for publications
including auto motor und sport and ADAC-Motorwelt.
Jochen von Osterroth
first worked as a cartoonist. In 1971 he joined World News and became a
Grand Prix reporter for rallye racing, RTL, sid, dpa, and daily