Il marchio Ferrari è stato certificato come il più forte al mondo.
L’azienda di Maranello ha visto uscire la prima autovettura dai suoi stabilimenti nel 1947 e sicuramente deve la sua gloria a un uomo: Enzo Ferrari che con la sua Scuderia raccoglie fin da subito strabilianti successi nelle competizioni contribuendo a creare il “mito Ferrari” in tutto il mondo.
Visit the Enzo Ferrari Museum
Come and discover the story of Enzo Ferrari and the house where the legend of the Prancing Horse was born.
The Museum in Maranello tells the tale of Ferraris of today and tomorrow, sinking its roots in the extraordinary story of the Prancing Horse. At a permanent exhibition dedicated to the Formula 1 and World Championships where, in addition to the single-seater, in the “box wall” you can understand what the telemetry is and how to guide a racing driver, there are also five other rooms that offer other interesting themed exhibitions.
Ferrari, which still has its headquarters in the historic headquarters in Maranello, produces over seven thousand cars a year and is present in over 60 countries worldwide.
Guided tours of the Ferrari plants are reserved exclusively for Ferrari customers and official sponsors or Scuderia Ferrari Club members, on dedicated days. Otherwise it is always possible to take the panoramic tour by shuttle, departing from the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, which is certainly the construction of great architects and the logistics of a car plant that produces its own new cars.
There is no championship or prestigious race in which a Ferrari has not raced and excelled: Daytona, Le Mans, Sebring, Mille Miglia, Targa Florio as well as all the Formula 1 tracks where Ferrari, is the only team that took part in all the Championships. The extraordinary momentum of experience that has never been and has always looked for the best both on the slopes and on the streets can be summarized in a historical quote by Enzo Ferrari: «For me, the most important victory is the one that I still have to achieve and my favorite Ferrari is always the next one ».”