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    Por Defeito Tópico Ferrari - Il Cavallino Rampante

    Ainda não há qualquer tópico dedicado totalmente à marca que sempre fez parte dos nossos sonhos de infância..



    Como tudo nasceu..

    Enzo Ferrari was born in 1898 in Modena, Italy. His father, Alfredo, ran a local metal- fabricating business. When he was 10 his father took Enzo and his brother Alfredo Jr. to an automobile race in Bologna. There he saw Vincenzo Lancia battle Felice Nazarro in the 1908 Circuit di Bologna. After attending a number of other races he decided that he too wanted to become a racing car driver. Enzo's formal education was relatively sketchy, something that he would regret in his later years. In 1916 tragedy, which would haunt Enzo his entire life, struck his family to its core with the death of his father and brother in the same year. He spent World War I shoeing mules but the world-wide flu of 1918 brought upon his discharge and almost ended his life. Looking for work he applied for a job at Fiat only to be turned down. Eventually he was able to get a job at CMN, a small carmaker involved with converting war surplus. His duties included test driving which he did in between delivering chassis to the coach builder. About this time he took up racing and in 1919 he finished ninth at the Targa Florio. Through his friend Ugo Sivocci he got a job with Alfa Romeo who entered some modified production cars in the 1920 Targa Florio. Enzo, driving one of these cars, managed to finish second. While at Alfa Romeo he came under the patronage of Giorgio Rimini, who was Nicola Romeo's aide.

    In 1923 he was racing and winning at the Circuit of Sivocci at Ravenna when he met the father of the legendary Italian W.W.I ace Francesco Baracca. The senior Baracca was enamored with the courage and audacity of the young Ferrari and presented the young driver with his son’s squadron badge, which was the famous Prancing Horse on a yellow shield. In 1924 he scored his greatest victory, winning the Coppa Acerbo. After some more success he was promoted to full factory driver. His racing career up until that time mostly consisted of local races in second hand cars but now he was expected to compete driving the latest cars at the years most prestigious race the French Grand Prix. What happened next is not quite clear but it seems that Enzo suffered a crisis of confidence and was not able to take part in the the biggest race of his career. A lesser man may have been permanently scared by this but Ferrari was able to resume his position at Alfa Romeo becoming Rimini's "Mr. Fixit". He did not race again until 1927 but his racing career was pretty much over before it really began. Recognizing one's limits in this most dangerous of sports should not be minimized. He continued to compete in minor events and in this he was quite successful. Ferrari by this time was married and owned an Alfa distributorship in Modena. In 1929 Enzo started his own firm, Scuderia Ferrari. He was sponsored in this enterprise by the Ferrara-based Caniano brothers, Augusto and Alfredo, heirs to a textile fortune. Alfa Romeo had temporarily withdrawn from racing in 1925 and the Scuderia’s main task was to assist his wealthy Alfa Romeo customers with their racing efforts by providing delivery, mechanical support and any other services that they would require. With Alfa Romeo he exchanged a guarantee of technical assistance with stock in his company. Enzo then made similar deals with Bosch, Pirelli and Shell. To supplement his "stable" of amateur drivers he induced Giuseppe Campari to join his team. He followed this with an even greater coup by signing Tazio Nuvolari. In his first year the Scuderia Ferrari could boast 50 full and part-time drivers! The team competed in 22 events and scored 8 victories and several good placings. Scuderia Ferrari caused a sensation. It was the largest team ever put together by one individual. None of the drivers were paid a salary but received a percentage of the prize money won. Any extra technical or administrative assistance a driver required was gladly given for a price. The basic plan called for the driver to get to the race and his car would be delivered to the track and any entrance fees or duties were handled by the Scuderia. It is not surprising that Ferrari would look fondly back upon this period. It is also not out of the question that if anyone could survive as an independent in the current Formula One world then the younger Ferrari would be that man.

    Alfa Romeo would continue to support the Scuderia either as a client or as the official racing department of the factory. But soon everything would change as Alfa Romeo announced another withdrawal; from racing starting with the 1933 season due to financial problems. At first this seemed to be just the opening that Ferrari needed but then it was realized that their own supply of new racing cars would soon dry up. Luckily for the Scuderia, Pirelli interceded and convinced Alfa to supply Ferrari with six P3's and the services of engineer Luigi Bazzi and test driver Attilio Marinoni. The Scuderia would now be in effect Alfa Romeo's racing department. In 1932 his first son also named Alfredo after his father, and known as Dino was born, and Enzo took this opportunity to retire from driving. A more professional turn was also taken by the team. This upset Alfredo Caniato and he was bought out by Count Carlo Felice Trossi who was a part-time driver as well as a full-time millionaire. All looked set for Ferrari to make his true mark on the racing scene. What he did not count on was a German tidal wave in the form of Auto Union and Mercedes. In 1935 Ferrari signed the French driver Rene Dreyfus who most recently drove for Bugatti. He was struck by the difference between his old team and Ferrari.

    Through the years the Scuderia Ferrari would employ such great drivers as Giuseppe Campari, Louis Chiron, Achille Varzi and the greatest of them all, Tazio Nuvolari. Except for Nuvolari's great victory in the 1935 German Grand Prix, victories in any of the major races were few and far between. During these years his team faced the German might of Auto Union and Mercedes. On one occasion Ferrari had the opportunity to passenger the great Nuvolari. At the trials on the "Three Provinces" Circuit, when he asked his companion (Ferrari was also driving there with a more powerful car than the Mantuan's) to take him with him. It should be added that Nuvolari did not know that circuit. "At the first bend," Ferrari writes, "I had the clear sensation that Tazio had taken it badly and that we would end up in the ditch; I felt myself stiffen as I waited for the crunch. Instead, we found ourselves on the next straight with the car in a perfect position. I looked at him," Ferrari goes on. "His rugged face was calm, just as it always was, and certainly not the face of someone who had just escaped a hair-raising spin. I had the same sensation at the second bend. By the fourth or fifth bendbegan to understand; in the meantime, I had noticed that through the entire bend Tazio did not lift his foot from the accelerator, and that, in fact, it was flat on the floor. As bend followed bend, I discovered his secret. Nuvolari entered the bend somewhat earlier than my driver's instinct would have told me to. But he went into the bend in an unusual way: with one movement he aimed the nose of the car at the inside edge, just where the curve itself started. His foot was flat down, and he had obviously changed down to the right gear before going through this fearsome rigmarole. In this way he put the car into a four-wheel drift, making the most of the thrust of the centrifugal force and keeping it on the road with the traction of the driving wheels. Throughout the bend the car shaved the inside edge, and when the bend turned into the straight the car was in the normal position for accelerating down it, with no need for any corrections." Ferrari honestly admits that he soon became used to this exercise, because he saw Nuvolari do it countless times. "But each time I seemed to be climbing into a roller coaster and finding myself coming through the downhill run with that sort of dazed feeling that we all know."

    Production sports cars were also an important endeavor for Enzo but in marked difference with other car manufacturers, racing was not used to sell more cars, rather cars were sold so that the team could go racing! Many of the cars that were sold were last year’s models to private entrants. Ferrari was not a sentimental person when it came to his cars and those that were not sold were turned to scrap or scavenged for parts. Ferraris would become common feature at all major sports car events including Le Mans, the Targa Florio and the Mille Miglia. It was at the Mille Miglia that Ferrari would claim some of its greatest victories. In 1948 Nuvolari already in bad health was scheduled to drive a Cisitalia but the car was not ready in time. Ferrari gave him a car intended for Count Igor Troubetzkoy, an open Ferrari 166C. Nuvolari, realizing that his body was failing him, drove as if the devil himself was in pursuit. By the time the field reached Ravenna, Nuvolari was already in the lead. Despite losing his fender and later the engine bonnet, nothing could stop the"Flying Mantuan". By the time he reached Florence, he was more than an hour ahead of Ferrari’s normal lead driver. The seat had come lose from his car to be replaced by a sack of oranges and still he drove on driving faster and faster. Some in the crowd began to fear that the "Great Little Man", knowing that time was running out, l was determined to die behind the wheel. Ferrari, at one of the last control stops, saw the state of his driver and with tears in his eyes begged his friend to stop. For even though they had at various times been at each other’s throats each understood the other. Nuvolari was the last driver that could look Ferrari in the eye as an equal. Finally, at Reggio Emilia what no competitor could ever accomplish, Nuvolari was beaten by a broken spring. Exhausted, he had to be carried from his car.

    During the 1952-53 seasons there was a shortage of Formula 1 cars so the World Championship would be staged for Formula 2 cars. The Ferrari Tipo 500 would dominate the championships both years. In the hands of double World Champion Alberto Ascari, Ferrari would win 9 races. For 1954 Ascari left Ferrari and joined Lancia where he would drive one of the Jano- designed D50s. Lancia's hopes for a title were dashed first when the car was late in arriving and fatally when Ascari died testing a Ferrari sports-car. Lancia was forced to withdraw and Fiat, their parent company, turned over all of Lancia's cars to Ferrari also including their designer Vittorio Jano! Ferrari's next challenge came from the new british teams. Guy Vandervell supplied Ferrari with the special Thinwall bearings that were used in all of their engines. Vandervell had been a part of the BRM group but quit in disgust. After purchasing and racing a pair of Ferrari's, he built his own cars that eventually beat theItalian cars. It was only by outlasting the Vanwalls, as the cars were named, was Ferrari able to climb back on top. But this was only the beginning of the British invasion. These manufacturers did not produce their own engines but concentrated on chassis design and aerodynamics, areas of traditional weakness for Ferrari. During this period Ferrari began to produce his famous Gran Turismo car, in conjunction with Battista "Pinin" Farina. Victories at Le Mans and other long distance races which made Ferrari famous the world over. The demands of producing winning sports-cars and Grand Prix cars was proving too much for the relatively small company. In the sixties, John Surtees the 1964 World Champion in a Ferrari, would complain that Ferrari’s involvement in sports car racing was hindering its Formula One efforts. Surtees explains "At Ferrari, in those days, you started with a handicap. Until Le Mans was over you couldn't really do the work you wanted to do - and needed to do - in Formula One.

    In 1975 Ferrari attained something of a renaissance at the hands of Niki Lauda winning two World Championships and three Constructor titles in three years. It was three years after Renault had inaugurated the new Turbo Era when Ferrari joined the bandwagon. Their current Flat-12 engine had reached the end of its development, to be replaced by a 1.5-liter turbo V6. As with most Ferraris, the engine turned out to be the car's strong point, while the chassis was based on an antiquated multi-tube spaceframe. The brilliant driving of Gilles Villeneuve gave the new Ferrari several victories in 1981 but it was evident that the chassis needed to be upgraded before the car could seriously challenge for the title. At mid-season the team was joined by Dr Harvey Postlewaite, whose job it was to build an improved chassis for the following season. Postlewaite wanted to build a carbon-fibre composite chassis but had to settle on a monocoque with a Nomex honeycomb skin because of Ferrari’s lack of experience with the new material. Still, with a half decent chassis much was expected of the team in 1982. It all ended in tragedy with the death of its star driver, Villeneuve and the maiming of his estranged teammate, Didier Pironi, in different accidents. With the earlier retirement of its last World Champion, Jody Scheckter, Ferrari was now bereft of any frontline drivers and years would go by before it could count a top driver as one of its own.

    Unfortunately Enzo did not live to see that day; he died at the age of 90 in 1988. Ferrari continued to drift even though the brilliance of a Prost or Mansell would bring some victories. In 1993 Jean Todt was brought in to end the drift. Todt had been in charge of Peugeot’s Le Mans winning team and he hired Niki Lauda as a technical advisor. In 1996 they added two-time World Champion Michael Schumacher to the equation and in 1997 Ross Brawn and Rory Byrne, from Benneton, were added to finish the remade team. The season long battle came down to the last race which ended in controversy. 1998 would be the year for the return of Ferrari, now it was only left to Williams and the resurgent McLaren to cooperate!

    Unfortunately, while Williams did their best to regress, McLaren, with their partner Mercedes, produced a car that even Michael Schumacher couldn't stop on its way to a championships or Mika Hakkinen. Yet Ferrari was back and if team stability is maintained a championship will come their way whether at the hands of their hired German driver or another.

    http://www.ferrarihaven.com/History.htm

    E um dos meus Ferraris preferidos - 288 GTO




    E agora o meu preferido - 250 GTO [B)][B)][B)][B)][B)][B)][B)]











    Última edição por JRodrigues : 22-07-07 às 21:13:22
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    Excelente tópico !!!!! Fiz um com fotos de Enzos e amigas se quiserem passar pra cá, fiquem à vontade.

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    Os 250 GTO estão com preços bem acim do 1 milhão de Dólares, existem contudo vários 250 GTO falsos no mercado de usados [xx(]

    O 250 GTO não é o meu preferido de todos, mas é um dos... ;)

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    Eh pah, topico fixe, mas a marca é italiana, nao metam o titulo em espanhol!

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    citação:Originalmente colocada por pugdealer

    Eh pah, topico fixe, mas a marca é italiana, nao metam o titulo em espanhol!
    Ooops [8)]


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    Os modelos actualmente ao dispôr (de poucos)

    F430


    F430 Spider


    F430 Challenge


    612 Scaglietti


    575 GTC


    575M Maranello


    Superamerica


    FXX

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    Enzo


    250 LM


    250 GT SWB Berlinetta


    330 P3


    312 F1


    312 T F1


    365 GTB/4 ("Daytona")


    288 GTO


    F40


    F40 LM



    348 Serie Speciale


    333 SP


    Testarossa


    F355 Berlinetta


    456 GT


    F50


    F50 GT


    550 Maranello


    360 Modena


    360 Modena CS


    Enzo


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    de todos os Ferrari, os meus favoritos são:
    o 288 GTO, o 275 GTB/4, o 550 Maranello e o 575 Superamerica!

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    125s


    159s
    [img]http://www.autosrapidos.com/ferrari/archivos/ferrari-159s01.jpg
    [/img]

    166 mm [B)]


    166 inter


    166s


    195 s


    340 america


    212 export


    195 inter


    212 inter


    342 america


    340 mexico


    250 s


    250 MM






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    hoje vi outra vez o mesmo scaglietti q vi aqui há uns tempos. um puto q ia a passar até ficou de boa aberta!

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    Eu vi este a semana passada na A5, matricula alema.

    [img]uploaded/valium/200591723756_Foto(3).jpg[/img]

    [img]uploaded/valium/200591723654_Foto(2).jpg[/img]

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    JRodrigues parabens pelo tópico, pois esta é a melhor marca para larga maioria dos amantes das 4 rodas

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    citação:Originalmente colocada por Stratos

    Os 250 GTO estão com preços bem acim do 1 milhão de Dólares, existem contudo vários 250 GTO falsos no mercado de usados [xx(]

    O 250 GTO não é o meu preferido de todos, mas é um dos... ;)
    Falta ai um zero, pois este é uns dos primeiros carro mais caros do mundo. Há uns anos valentes foi vendido um perto de 2 milhões de contos.

    Excelente tópico, para a marca mais mítica e apaixonante do mundo automóvel (para mim é calro;)).

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    Para mim o mais bonito de todos é o 288 GTO seguido do F40...

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    Ferrari F250 Testarossa








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    O 250 GTO é o mais valioso automóvel de sempre: mais de 6 milhões de contos (compreendem agora porque é que o Euromilhões é coisa pouca para alguns cujos gastos são astronómicos?!) já atingidos num leilão para coleccionadores de automóveis.

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    Relembro aqui as palavras de um Porschista «até à medula e perante o Eterno»: Alain S., piloto e jornalista da Evo.

    «Sou um porschista desde que me conheço. Nasci com um número de série da Porsche no cérebro. Porém reconheço que a Ferrari é A marca àparte: Testei Porsches, Lamborghinis, Aston Martins, Jaguares e outras lendas automóveis, mas só consigo dizer exactamente quantos Ferrari testei até hoje: 37. São automóveis que verdadeiramente destilam uma aura inimitável, são mágicos.»


    O 125


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    citação:Originalmente colocada por Johnny E.

    Relembro aqui as palavras de um Porschista «até à medula e perante o Eterno»: Alain S., piloto e jornalista da Evo.

    «Sou um porschista desde que me conheço. Nasci com um número de série da Porsche no cérebro. Porém reconheço que a Ferrari é A marca àparte: Testei Porsches, Lamborghinis, Aston Martins, Jaguares e outras lendas automóveis, mas só consigo dizer exactamente quantos Ferrari testei até hoje: 37. São automóveis que verdadeiramente destilam uma aura inimitável, são mágicos.»

    É realmente a melhor palavra para descrever estas únicas obras de arte sobre quatro rodas!!
    Sempre sonhei ter um Ferrari e regozijo-me sempre que vejo gente, que, como eu, adora cada modelo da casa de Maranello.

    Os meus preferidos são o 166barchetta, o 250 Gt Lusso e o 456 M GT.

    Guardo, ainda, uma recordação muito especial de um F355 GTS (vermelho), que foi até hoje o único Ferrari em que entrei (no motorclássico de 2004)

    Saudações Ferraristas!

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    FORZA FERRARI!

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    Um dos meus favoritos :

    http://www.seriouswheels.com/pics-19...e-Front-st.jpg
    308

    O outro é o F-40...
    Ja agora ninguem acha o 250 GTO parecido com os Tubolare Zagato (TZ) da Alfa ?

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    A mais extrema das linhagens entre automóveis desportivos:


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    citação:Originalmente colocada por Nafs

    http://eng.autoscout24.com/home/inde...=&euroto=&zip=

    Alguém interessado???
    Será uma das aqui faladas replicas?

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    citação:Originalmente colocada por Johnny E.

    A mais extrema das linhagens entre automóveis desportivos:

    Esta imagem vem no teste efectuado pela EVO a esses 4 modelos.. Foi relendo esse teste que decidi abrir o tópico...[B)][B)][B)][B)][B)][B)]

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    Double points as Schumacher gives up the crown
    Brazilian GP - Ferrari - Race


    No longer Champions and with some work to do
    Seven times a champion, Michael Schumacher today wished Fernando Alonso the best as the Spaniard took over the title of World Champion. Gracious in defeat this year, Schumacher pushed hard on track and finished fourth at the Brazilian Grand Prix just over ten seconds behind the man that takes his crown.

    Rubens Barrichello had a solid race in the second Ferrari to finish in sixth position while team boss Jean Todt urged tyre supplier Bridgestone to pull out all the stops in the final two races of the season in preparation for a come back in 2006.

    Michael Schumacher
    “First of all I want to congratulate Fernando and his team on winning the title. They have done a great job and from a personal point of view it is nice for me to see some of the guys I worked with at Benetton looking so happy. I look forward to fighting them again next season. We had a reasonable race today, certainly better than the last few. The Constructors’ championship is important to us and from that perspective this was a good result. Maybe this afternoon’s positive tendency can continue in the final two races.”

    Rubens Barrichello
    “I had a good race, but I was blocked by the people ahead of me and I had nowhere to go really and could never really push to the maximum. It was a shame. I had a particularly exciting battle with Jenson which was a bit crazy because it was a bit wet on the inside line. I just tried hard not to create any problems for myself. If it hadn’t been for the difficulty in qualifying yesterday, I could have had a much better race as the car returned to normal today. The only problem I had this afternoon was with twenty laps to go, when the power steering started pushing me to the left. Sixth was the best I could do. Congratulations to Fernando. He deserves this title.”

    Jean Todt
    “Today, we did the best we could, getting the most out of the package at our disposal. This result means we can consolidate our third place in the Constructors’ classification. Today, Fernando Alonso took over the Drivers’ title that Michael had won with Ferrari for the last five years. Fernando has put together a perfect season, supported by Renault, led by Patrick Faure and Flavio Briatore and Michelin. Congratulations to all of them."

    "There are still two races to go. Along with Bridgestone, we face a lot of work to develop the tyres. We must do our utmost in these next two rounds, because they can produce precious data that can even be useful for next year. Today, our cars proved reliable, the team worked very well and the drivers gave their all.”

    Ross Brawn
    “Our race went pretty well. I am pleased that we beat Fisichella and it showed we had a good strategy with Michael. The team carried out the pit stops very well. Of course, we would like to win races, but we are not in a position to do so at the moment. However, I think that all weekend here, we performed to our maximum doing the best that we could at this point in the season. It is a shame that Rubens was unable to start a bit higher up the grid, as he could have been up there as well. The cars worked well as did the tyres. We just need to find some more performance.”

    E.A.
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    ganda topico! parabéns!

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    Esse tópico foi feito para nós, donos de Ferrari! (j/k)
    À sério, a 355 marcou profundamente a minha infância!

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    São de facto máquinas impares, e que marcaram as nossas infâncias. Pelo menos a minha marcou:D


    Tenho especial perdilecção por estes dois modelos




    Ferrari 456GT


    [img]uploaded/MGomes/2005925223651_ferrari1.JPG [/img]


    [img]uploaded/MGomes/2005925223740_ferrari2.JPG [/img]








    Ferrari 348TB


    [img]uploaded/MGomes/2005925223846_Ferrari3.JPG [/img]


    [img]uploaded/MGomes/2005925223931_Ferrari4.JPG [/img]



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    Ferrari sempre e no topo dos topos.





    Simpleman gosta disto.

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    ...A Marca...




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