Ferrari passion: Maranello
The Ferrari Museum of Maranello is like an art gallery!
Maranello is home to a legend: Ferrari! The Ferrari Museum isn’t a normal museum at all, but some kind of Ferrari “sanctuary”, a veritable gallery where the exhibits alternate.
Enzo Ferrari only looked to the future and he never kept any of the cars he made, the all historical models shown at Ferrari museum belong to private collectors, who loan them to the Ferrari sanctuary. Enthusiasts travel to Maranello from all over world to admire these unique models.
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Maranello is home to a legend: Ferrari!
This is the faithful reproduction of the Ferrari with which Schumacher won for the first time.
This is the tyre used by Schumacher in the 2003 Japanese GP.
We are in the Po Valley, after all …
…and the cars here are hung up like salamis.
It’s almost like reliving the atmosphere of the formula one races.
This is the pit wall, and you feel as though you could almost change the tyres on a racing car.
Then there’s also the historical section.
This is the 125s from 1947, the first Ferrari to come off the production line.
This is the last Ferrari with a front-mounted engine.
But we aren’t in a museum: Enzo Ferrari only looked to the future.
He never kept any of the cars he made.
The historical models here are owned by private collectors who loan them to the “Ferrari sanctuary”.
Enthusiasts travel here from all over world to admire unique models.
This one is black, but it is a very rare 1957 Ferrari Testa Rossa.
We are in a veritable gallery where the exhibits alternate.
There is one, for example, on Ferrari in America.
Or there’s the exhibition on Italian cars: Alfa Romeo, Maserati and Lancia.
It’s the history of the automobile told like the history of modern art and design.
I’d love to become a part of Ferrari’s history!