Must Visit Museum Exibitions for Ferrari Lovers
FERRARI MUSEUM of MARANELLO: “UNDER THE SKIN”
The “Under the Skin” exhibition, created in partnership with the London Design Museum, recounts the creative and engineering of Ferrari down the years through a series of exceptional cars beginning with a factory replica of 125S, Ferrari’s 1st car.
Some technical drawings from the historical archives of the iconic Maranello outfit, and the engines on display reveal the design process of cars of all eras, casting an unprecedented eye over the engineering work hidden behind their exterior beauty.
The ‘design’ models show the evolution of styles and technologies over the past 70 years, recalling how Enzo Ferrari was at the forefront of experimenting with new scientific techniques.
The exhibition can be seen at the London Design Museum.
FERRARI MUSEUM at MARANELLO
The exhibition celebrates 70 anni of The Scuderia with greatest Maranello’s creations for road and track
The F1 cars on display have a long series of victories to their name: from the 500F2, with which Alberto Ascari won for Ferrari the 1st world drivers’ title in 1952, to the F2004, the Ferrari that won the most GPs in history and concluded Michael Schumacher’s epic run of world titles, and finally the F2008, which won the World Constructors’ Championship.
Among the GT cars, visitors can see models from the 250 series, such as the 250 GT Berlinetta “Tdf”, which dominated races in the second half of the 1950’s, its evolution the 250 GT Berlinetta SWB and the 250 GTO, a collectors’ favorite. Then down to the present, the exhibition features a number of Limited Edition series such as the F50, the Enzo, the LaFerrari, and he non-homologated FXX K version for track only.
Here is a virtual tour of the Ferrari Museum at Maranello.
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