One video shows the entire history of the Ferrari brand.April 11, 2019
The guys from Budget Direct Car Insurance decided to show a chronicle of the development of the Italian brand Ferrari – both its usual models and those intended for use on the race track. The only “galloping horses” that are not here are racing race cars that participated in the Formula 1 series.
Enzo Ferrari, who was the founder of the legendary car brand, was at one time a racer and leader of the racing team Scuderia Ferrari, and then ultimately led the car brand.
This video covers the full extent of his heritage. Enzo Ferrari said that he built cars for use on public roads in order to then finance his desire to win the race track. It is interesting to observe their development in this video.
The earliest models have a rounded shape, which was common after the Second World War, but Ferrari models quickly acquired a more expressive appearance with low-pointed pointed headlights.
The design gradually changed and became even more angular in the 70s and 80s, when the brand personified the modern design of the supercar of that era. Nowadays, cars have restored some of their early stylistic techniques.
Viewing racing cars in chronological order identifies two areas of development of the Italian brand. On the one hand, Ferrari was always ready to take a regular model, seriously modernize it, and then bring it to the track, as was the case with the F430 GTC. But the company also produced hardcore cars that could only be used on racetracks (512 M).
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