Yes. It officially offers 26 series colors. It also fulfills individual customer preferences - with the exception of the red-yellow combination.
4. Why there are so many reds Ferrari?
To fund the races, Ferrari was selling racing models to private buyers. And they were all in red because it was the official color of the Italians at the Grand Prix races.
5. Where it originates from Ferrari horse?
Italian fighter pilot Francesco Baracca, who asked for that horse to be painted on his plane because his squadron belonged to a cavalry regiment. After knocking down his plane Ferrari took that symbol from Francesco's mother.
6. Why do you Ferrari the horse propins on a yellow rather than a red background?
Red is the most commonly used color code Ferrari, but the yellow color is Modena, where Enco Ferari was born.
7. Does he own Ferrari workshops outside Italy?
No, it's only made in Maranel and Modena.
8. Why is August 1, 1976 a "black day" for Ferrari?
Ferrari driver Niki Lauda (Andreas Nikolaus - Niki Lauda) was severely injured on the trackNurburgring and for four days he fought for life. He survived with severe sequelae from burns.
9. Who first scored the win for Ferrari?
Franco Cortese. He won on May 25, 1947 in Rome, with the model "125 Sport".
10. Is it Ferrari an independent manufacturer?
No. Fiat it belongs to 85 percent Ferrari, 10 percent is held by Enzo Ferrari's illegitimate son, Piero Lardi Ferrari, and 5 percent belongs to Piero Lardi Ferrari. Mubadala Development company.
11. What are the most famous "big screen" Ferrari cars?
- Enough Ferrari's models have participated in films, but the most famous are certainly white Ferrari Testarosa and red Ferrari 308 GTS from the popular Miami Vice series.
12. Where is Ferrari most sold?
- About 90 percent of all "Ferraris" are exported. Most of it is in America, and in Europe it is mostly sold in Germany.
13. Who has the largest private collection of Ferrari?
- There are no official data for that. But, the collection of the Sultan of Brunei with gilding is considered to be the most numerous and most spectacular F40 and six models F50.
14. Are there all-wheel drive Ferrari?
- No. Ferrari basically makes rear-wheel drive models.
15. What is the most expensive souvenir at the Ferrari store in Maranel?
- Engine Formula 1 from 1999, costing € 48,000.
16. How many Ferrari's are still ordered in red today?
- A total of 45 percent: 38 percent in the color "roso corsa" and 7 percent in the color "roso skuderia".
17. Why is the first “Ferrari V12” also called “Colombo Ferrari”?
- After the designer's last name, Gioacchino Colombo.
18. What is the meaning of the "berlinet" that is commonly found in Ferrari?
- Berlin is a common limousine designation in the Romance-speaking area. "Berlineta" simply means "little berlina".
19. In which Ferrari, intended for street driving, did the boxer motor first appear?
- More precisely, in none. Model "365 GT / 4BB" was called, admittedly, "berlineta boxer", but it carried V12 engine set at 180 degrees.
20. When did the first Ferrari with an automatic transmission appear?
- Ferrari with automatic transmission first appeared in 1968. It was the "365 GT 2 + 2" model.
Text: Stefan Zivkovic
Retrieved from: wannabemagazine.com
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