In 1947 Enzo Ferrari established an enterprise that made it possible for him to satisfy his instinctive urge to race artfully engineered, sensuously sculpted cars for the glory of Italy. The impact these ferocious machines had on the automotive world was immediate and enduring. From their melodious V12 engines to the sculptural quality of their mechanical components, every aspect of their engineering proclaimed their creator's artistic sensibility. The year 2007 marks the sixtieth anniversary of this firm whose name continues to evoke beauty, performance and exclusivity. Ferrari remains one of the few automakers that can lay claim to an uninterrupted sixty-year association with the wealthiest and most glamorous people on earth.
Ferrari: Sixty Years of Greatness
April 1, 2007 - October 1, 2007
- Aerodynamics: From Art to Science
- Fins: Form Without Function
- Art Wall: Theodore W. Pietsch II
- Braving Baja: 1000 Miles to Glory
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