Museo Ferrari in Maranello: Celebrating the Ferrari Legacy
Explore Ferrari’s 70-year history of the Prancing Horse at the Ferrari Museum, showcasing some of the most exclusive creations for track and road.
The Ferrari Museum in Maranello
The Museo Ferrari in Maranello holds an exhibition titled “Under the Skin” to invite visitors to experience the Prancing Horse dream, featuring the creative and engineering development of Ferrari and a series of exceptional cars, technical drawings from the historical archive, the engines on display and more. The exhibition will move to the London Design Museum from November.
The Formula One cars on display have a long series of victories to their name: from the 500 F2, with which Alberto Ascari won Ferrari’s first world drivers’ title in 1952, to the F2004, the Ferrari that won the most GPs in history (15 like the F2002) 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 admire various models from the 250 family, such as the 250 GT Berlinetta “Tdf”, which dominated races in the second half of the 1950s, its evolution the 250 GT Berlinetta SWB.
Then down to the present, the exhibition features a number of limited special series such as the F50, the Enzo and the latest, the LaFerrari, also present in the non-homologated FXX K version.
Visit Museo Ferrari Maranello for more details on the current exhibition.