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Ferrari

(Italian fɛrˈraːrɪ)
n
(Biography) Enzo (ˈɛntso). 1898–1988, Italian designer and manufacturer of racing cars
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But, famously, it also allowed Enzo Ferrari to stay in a house in the middle of the track to watch the cars testing, and speak to the drivers, without being disturbed by fans or the media.
We first meet aging golden retriever Enzo (named after racer and sports-car creator Enzo Ferrari) when he's sick and lying, as he puts it, "in a puddle of my own making." This will immediately tug at the heartstrings of anyone who worries about their furry familiars falling ill.
Enzo Ferrari founded Scuderia Ferrari in 1929 primarily to build racing cars.
Founded in Modena on 16 November 1929 by Enzo Ferrari, who understood the potential of gentlemen drivers to deliver great racing performances, Scuderia Ferrari has written many of the most unforgettable chapters in motorsport.
1898: Enzo Ferrari, who created the most successful Grand Prix team in history, was born.
Enzo Ferrari has said, 'If there is such a thing as a soul, engines have one.' This model's soul is, as is true of all Ferraris, in its engine.
"In the collecting world, this is akin to Enzo Ferrari's Ferrari," said RIAC President Kevin Hogan.
The Dino, named after Enzo Ferrari's eldest son, was conceived as a sort of 'budget' Ferrari model.
The Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena, in particular, registered an annual growth of 19-percent in November, equivalent to 150,000 visitors, drawn by the "Driving with the Stars" exhibition that sees the Ferraris driven by stars from the sporting, cultural, industrial and entertainments worlds on display.
All on a weekend when the Maranello-based team were celebrating the 70th anniversary of late founder Enzo Ferrari's first car in 1947.
As well as the mesmerising accelerator ride, the park pays tribute to the legendary car brand's founder, Enzo Ferrari. Among the 10 other attractions are the impressive Ferrari Experience and Pole Position Challenge.
"The way Enzo Ferrari was building his cars, he wanted them to go faster than a biplane," said Jesse Vargas, General Manager, Ferrari world.