A history of cars, drivers, engineers and victories known by heart among enthusiasts from all around the world, who are utterly captivated by the Prancing Horse. A “Made in Italy” legend thanks to which the red racecars from Maranello have been known around the globe since the 1940s, when Ferrari won the hearts of the world’s auto racing fans. For years, the Scuderia has come out victorious on racetracks all around the world, in the Formula 1 and in a wide variety of endurance races, with alluring, highly successful models that have gone down in the history of racing, from the 250 Testa Rossa in the ’50s, to the 458 GT in our time. These cars and technologies have come to us thanks to the vision of the designers in Maranello, have kept alive the tradition of the great Enzo Ferrari and the talent of Modenese craftsmen. Ferrari’s automobiles are so synonymous with technical perfection and aesthetic elegance that they’ve even been put on display at New York’s MOMA, captivating modern art critics alongside ardent fans.
For over sixty years since the 125 S, which was the first to bear the Ferrari name the legend of the prancing horse has been celebrated by the most famous racecar drivers and most passionate gentleman drivers on racetracks all around the world, behind the wheel of these racecars and amid the cheers of those who love all things fast.
A worldwide cult name since 1947, Ferrari has selected as exclusive suppliers the S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna brands, which are also “Made in Italy” icons in the sector of international fine dining. All forms of Italian excellence that stand out for their prestige and high quality standards.