Ferrari Museums and workshop - maranello and modena

Founded in 1939 by Enzo Ferrari as Auto Avio Costruzioni, the company built their first Ferrari badged car, the 125 S, in 1947.

Since then, they have produced over 130,000 cars.

"If you dream it, you can do it..." - Enzo Ferrari

Members of the public can see a selection of their finest creations at the Ferrari museums in Modena and Maranello.

1962 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso
"Without a doubt it is the greatest Ferrari road car – perhaps the greatest road car of any make. You really could drive it to a race, compete – and win – then drive it home." - Sir Stirling Moss on the 250 GT
1:3 scale wind tunnel models
"If someone said to me that you can have three wishes, my first would have been to get into racing, my second to be in Formula 1, my third to drive for Ferrari" - Gilles Villeneuve
"I build engines and attach wheels to them" - Enzo Ferrari
1981 F1 126 CK
F40 LM
"Racing amuses me" - Enzo Ferrari

Ferrari unico: one Of a kind

Available only to Ferrari's best customers, the Unico program invites a select few to create a bespoke car. This takes both a lot of time and, of course, a lot of money. Maranello has a selection of these cars on display.

SCuderia Ferrari

The oldest and most successful Formula One team in the world, Scuderia Ferrari have won 16 constructors and 15 drivers titles since their firsts race at the 1950 Monaco Grand Prix.

At Museo Ferrari Maranello there is a display of World Championship winning cars.

1999 F399
F1-2000
F2001
F2002
F2003-GA
F2004
F2007
F2008
Exit Maranello!

Modena: The workshop and museum of Enzo Ferrari

Old meets new

The museum at Modena is housed in a futuristic glass building, opposite the original Ferrari workshop.

Enzo Ferrari competing in the Targa Florio.

Scuderia Ferrari started out as a company that prepared Alfa Romeo race cars for privateers, before becoming the official Alfa works team in 1933.

Ferrari F40
"A mix of sheer terror and raw excitement" - Car & Driver

The workshop

"The Museo Enzo Ferrari also encompasses the former workshop of Enzo Ferrari’s father which has been meticulously restored and now houses the Museum of Ferrari Engines where visitors can see the Prancing Horse’s most experimental power units as well as the perfect engines that equip the track and road cars that have given such satisfaction to both Ferrari and its tifosi" - Museo Ferrari
"I have never gone on a real trip, never taken a holiday. The best holiday for me is spent in my workshops when everyone else is on vacation" - Enzo Ferrari

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All photographs were taken with an Apple iPhone 6 Plus in March 2016 and edited in Snapseed and Lightroom Mobile.

Created By
Rhys Turner
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