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Ferrari was producing irritating outstanding cars since 1947, becoming the biggest player in all of professional racing. And still stands ahead of most competitors. Established rebel Enzo Ferrari, the history of the famous Scuderia based on dedication, respect and very, very fast cars.
Being fascinated by the technique of driving and cars in his youth and received valuable experience racing cars driving through a series of jobs in various companies in Turin, Milan, Enzo founded the "red road legend." Scuderia originally appeared as a mixture of sponsors and trainers for Alfa Romeo (Manuals PDF page), which Enzo was working as the head of the racing department in the late 30s.
His relationship with Alfa Romeo lasted only 2 years, Enzo soon parted ways with the company after learning about their plans to usurp his Scuderia. Still dependent limits specified in his contract, the Enzo had no choice but to become a temporary supplier of tools and accessories for manufacturers such as Piaggio and RIV. After moving to Maranello in 1943, the Enzo created the Tipo 815, which was actually the first to the Ferrari, the Sport 125 and not, as at this erroneously believed.
Last really it was much more popular than the first. Express 1.5 liter V12 engine that looks unfinished model has set a benchmark for future racing dynasty. However, it was not so easy - go up to the place it occupies today. After several tense situations between the Ferrari Scuderia wife and manager, Romolo Tavoni, many key employees have been dismissed, including Tavoni and some of the leading engineers.
Paralyzed and ready for battle with the Jaguar E-Type (PDF Manual page), the company had little to do for the resumption of growth. Help came from one of the people who at one time he retired, the former chief engineer Carlo Chiti, who led the team of new people to the completion of the 250 GTO. Mission creation GTO was successfully performed a duet Forghieri-Scaglietii. The way the car was built, later helped Scuderia earn a few victories in the Sebring race.
Ferrari began to flourish in the 60s at the magic of engineering talent Forghieri. Models such as the Dino became almost instantly classic hits, significantly increasing sales. Steady cash flow allowed the Ferrari team to delve into the research and development of the new engine, which eventually culminated in the release of 250, followed by P.
In the mid 60s, the Ferrari went by the wayside after the Ford GT Mark 2, which suddenly stopped Scuderia series of victories at Le Mans. After the successful release of the FIA bill prohibiting entering LeMans in all vehicles above 3000 hp and being forced to suspend the design model 312 P, Ferrari gets acquainted with a new rival. The threat came from the Porsche, who dominated the race in the early '70s, leaving Ferrari only dream about the title.
Later, however, the Ferrari returned to the light with 312PB model. In 1973 Ferrari left the sport of racing and fully focused on F1. After a life confined between failures and victories, Enzo Ferrari died at age 90. His death put an end to the myth of Ferrari, and it has helped to increase sales and overall brand value.
At the moment Ferrari is part of Fiat (Service Manuals page), which owns most of the company's shares. As for Ferrari's current race, they are far from complete. Between 2000 and 2004. Ferrari driver Michael Schumacher won the world championship four times in a row. Subsequently, the Ferrari was the keeper of the Cup of designers in over 5 years (1999-2004).
Ferrari has long been an icon, while the Enzo Ferrari was informally appointed patron of sports cars. Curiously, Ferrari never used advertising to create a brand entirely on tradition and quality.