„Ein Auto muss man zuerst träumen.“ Enzo Ferrari

Museo Ferrari

“Live the dream”

“Live the dream” is the claim that welcomes visitors, promising an immersive, unique experience. The Museo Ferrari in Maranello focuses on Ferrari’s present and future, whilst remaining deeply rooted in the Prancing Horse’s extraordinary history. A permanent exhibition dedicated to Formula 1 and the World Championship, complete with cars and a “pit stop wall” where visitors can gain an understanding of telemetry and pilots’ in-race driving behaviour, is flanked by five rooms that host themed exhibitions with wide-ranging appeal. Many other attractions await visitors: a Screening Room where themed films are screened on a loop, Formula 1 simulators – a semi-professional one for adults and a junior one, based on an actual Formula 1 car; the opportunity of tackling a real tyre change, mega screens to view Grand Prix action, a large Ferrari Store and a welcoming cafeteria.

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01.04 - 31.10

Via Dino Ferrari 43 | 41053 Maranello (MO) | Italy

T: +39 0536 949713 | F: +39 0536 949714

E: museo@ferrari.com

Museo Enzo Ferrari

“Living the dream”

The space dedicated to Enzo Ferrari, rather than a museum in the traditional sense of the word, is a fascinating, exciting event that manages to combine truly unique elements: in the futuristic 2,500 m2 pillar-free hall visitors can get close and personal with the many cars exhibited, but also experience a show that – through an immersive biopic screened using 19 projectors – tells Enzo Ferrari’s incredible life story, spanning 90 years, taking them through his various incarnations: from the child who discovered racing at the beginning of 1900 to the pilot, from the manager of Scuderia Ferrari through to the manufacturer with so many triumphs to his credit. The counter-piece to this injection of pure emotion is the Museo dei Motori Ferrari, housed in the painstakingly renovated workshop where Enzo’s father used to work: a history within the history that enables visitors to understand why Ferraris are such unique cars. It is the latest work of the brilliant architect Jan Kaplicky, of the Future System London practice. The imposing hall built using the most cutting-edge, environmentally-friendly building techniques spans over 5,000 m2 of pillar- and obstacle-free exhibition space. Visitors, after the emotional impact of an architecture that references the contours of 1950s racing car bonnets, have the feeling of having entered a temple dedicated to the Car and its history. A unique, pure white space, which every 30 minutes or so turns into an all-round screening room where images of the history and the men and women who made it are projected from wall to ceiling.


Via Paolo Ferrari 85 | 41121 Modena | Italy

T: +39 059 4397979 | F: +39 059 245267

E: biglietteriamef@ferrari.com

Ferrari Online Store

Discover the Ferrari Accessories World

Real Ferrari fans will enjoy the wide variety of Ferrari sports accessories available on the Ferrari Store UK. Be it Ferrari driving gloves, leather belts for men and women, Ferrari keyrings or other accessories: You will be spoilt for choice! In just a few clicks, you can sort all our products by colour, gender, size and price. Admire the innovative design of the Ferrari Cavallino Rampante Scarf, the Ferrari Prancing Horse Men's leather belt, the red and white Ferrari Lady driving gloves or the Small Diamond Horse pendant. Also discover our Ferrari keyrings in carbon fibre and steel embossed with the Ferrari Prancing Horse logo. One look at the Ferrari Store Website is enough to see that all Ferrari accessories are made of excellent materials such as silk or real leather. Sporty, elegant and timeless: Some of our sports accessories are simply indispensable in any Ferrari enthusiast’s collection.


Agnellis 166 MM dominiert in der Villa d’Este

Maranello, 26. Mai 2015

Ein Ferrari dominierte den Villa d’Este Concours d’Elegance 2015: Der 166 MM Baujahr 1950 mit seiner ungewöhnlichen Geschichte. Der erste Besitzer dieses Fahrzeugs war kein anderer als Gianni Agnelli, der das Modell im Juli des Jahres 1950 in Empfang nahm. Zwei Jahre später wurde der 166 MM an den belgischen Vicomte Gery d’Hendecourt verkauft, der ihn später an die Garage Francorchamps übergab. Das Team startete den Wagen mit einer blauen Lackierung schließlich in Motorsportwettbewerben.
In den Händen des „Helden von Le Mans“ – Olivier Gendebien – siegte der 166 MM beim Coupe du Spa-Francorchamps und dem Grand Prix de Spa. Im Jahr 1957 wechselte das Modell erneut den Besitzer und ging an Armand und Jean Blaton. Mit “Beurlys” (Jean) am Steuer gewann der 166 MM weitere Rennen in Belgien und Dänemark.

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